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Slidematic Products was founded in 1946, built from an empty lot in Chicago into the first multi-slide stamping house in the nation after World War I. It quickly found success with unique customization features. Companies from around the world sought after Slidematic Products' precision, attention to detail and personalization. 

We engineered, designed and produced various products - and continue to do so. From its beginning, Slidematic aided in various large-scale projects: crafting parts for the war effort in World War II or fashioning small pieces for furniture casters. At one point in our history, parts designed and created by Slidematic Products were found in all Honeywell thermostats in almost every home in America.

We also took care of the smaller-scaled projects. Slidematic Products uniquely positions itself between the large corporations and tool houses, taking on extensive clients and orders while maintaining a small business environment. We started as a job shop and maintain that legacy - with the same values, commitment to quality and attention to detail.


Slidematic Products has been around for more than 70 years, with some employee tenure lasting longer than 25 years, some more than 50. It's no secret this company was built on tradition and legacy, innovation and change.


We aim to be the enablers, the facilitators. We encourage creativity and aid innovation with brilliant engineers. We are a one-stop-shop, an automation powerhouse and a small job shop.

Mission Statement

To find a solution for our clients - working with them to create what they need, regardless of size or specificities. Committing to continuous innovation and collaboration for better ideas and execution.

Our Promise

Quality comes first. At Slidematic Products, expect high quality work, high visibility and clear communication. With manufacturing, automation and engineering in-house, we have the capacity to achieve almost anything. Through cost effective outsourcing, we help clients create unique cost-out opportunities, limit supplier base and free management to focus on critical path activities.

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