Torque Transmission is your source for non-metallic, fractional horsepower, motion control components. Our products excel in applications where light weight, heat resistance and survival in corrosive environments are important.
We recently spent time with John N Rampe, CEO of Torque Transmission, and discussed his involvement with local education.
We will close on Monday, July 18th and reopen on Monday August 1st. No production or shipping will occur at this time and our office will only be available on a limited basis.
The Madison High School science club sponsored and coached by Torque Transmission competed April 30th in the AWT Foundation RoboBots Competition. Along with their “bot” called The Streaker, the team finished three heats and had an exhilarating learning experience. On May 12th the team continued on with the display of their ...
You rely on suppliers to deliver materials for your production. The parts you rely on must be economical, consistent of quality and form, and above all else, they must arrive on time. When your suppliers don’t deliver on time, your production takes a hit. And loss of production can cost a manufacturer thousands of dollars in labor and parts.
Sometimes mistakes happen. A product may not have been ordered correctly or it may not have arrived as expected. If a Torque Transmission shipment doesn’t meet your satisfaction we want to correct the situation immediately for you. It is of the highest importance to avoid downtime for your project or production. Our no-hassle RMA process will help you receive replacement or repaired parts right away.
Torque Transmission is so easy to do business with; what is ordered will ship right the first time, on time, every time. Should it not be right, we will make it so. This is our promise to you.
We know engineers have choices when selecting the right components for their design. Purchasing managers and buyers have choices too when looking for on time delivery and specific price points. At Torque Transmission we offer the whole package.
In early December we shared with readers our work with a local high school robotics team. If you haven’t had a chance you can check out that article here. As we edge closer to the robotics competition deadline we wanted to check-in with The Streakers and see how they are doing.