In Tolerance was established in 1947 and today is still a leader in the manufacturing of precision machined stainless steel, aluminum and plastic parts primarily for the aerospace industry.
In Tolerance was founded and incorporated in 1947 as the Norman Scott Company, Inc in response to a customer request. The customer, Arthur Collins (founder of Collins Radio) had a need for a manufacturer to provide specialty screws, knobs and connectors.
In 1986 Robert D. Becker purchased the company from John Scott (Norman’s son). The company then began an active marketing culture and grew several-fold. During this time, the company expanded its manufacturing area and moved into its third (current) location.
The company adopted the name, In Tolerance, in 1988. As the company continued its growth, Jack Hardin, the General Manager, was hired in March of 1992 to bring professional management to the company.
Expanding its philosophy of continual improvement, In Tolerance, developed and implemented its own business process control software (Automated Quote Inventory Scheduling System – AQUISS) based on 20 years of employee input and experience.
Since its inception, founded on answering a customer need, In Tolerance has continued to grow its culture of customer responsiveness. Today In Tolerance has established itself as a world-class leader in providing precision custom machined components and assemblies for a wide variety of applications, primarily for the commercial and military aerospace market, but also with customers who represent leading medical, communications, and food processing industries throughout the United States, Mexico Europe, and Puerto Rico.