About The Precision Alliance (TPA)


A Little History

We started in 2002 with less than a handful of people with an enormous amount of experience in the linear motion business.   Our knowledge allowed us to form strong partnerships with other companies in Europe and Asia.  Many of these companies had little to no presense in America thus enabling us to become a primary distribution point for them.   This arrangement provide us with big company capabilities (i.e., technology, production, and sales support) without the overhead and cost.  We closed business opportuntites by being quick and responsive.  


As we began to grow our sales we realized the need to design and prototype new products within our own market if we wished to continue on this path.  So we reinvested profits back into the company acquiring in-house machining capabilities and skilled people to support our effort.  



In 2013 we became ISO 9001:2008 certified.  With the machines, people, and quality systems in place we began a stronger push into custom designed solutions.   More OEM business came our way requiring us to build and manufacturer precision assemblies and subassemblies.

Our Business Focus and Goals

Today sales are typically split about 40/60 with 40% coming from distrubtion and 60% manufacturing.  Our goal is to continue in this direction.   To allow us better control of this split we have two websites running that we use for attacting new customers.  

Website Home PageURL
Component Product Distributionwww.tpa-us.com
OEM Assemblies and SubAssemblieswww.linearpositioningsystems.com


You are currently on the OEM Assemblies and SubAssemblies side.  Here we are show casing our custom designed products that we have developed for OEM applications.   These products are the result of special needs or challenges such as one of those listed below.


product challenges

TPA Manufacutring and Engineering Capabilities

For OEM applications, we keep are portion of our shop always available for quick prototypes.


Engineering and production daily activities include:


  • Analyzing Customer Applications
  • Designing and Modelling Custom OEM XY or XYZ Systems
  • CNC Machining Prototypes and Complex Parts
  • Assembling single axis actuators (i.e., MiniBots)
  • Assembling multiaxis stages
  • Life Testing and Evaluating New Systems
  • Rail Cutting for Linear Guides
  • Assembling Custom Linear Guides
  • Plating and Coating Special Systems

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