Tolomatic launches new website featuring streamlined user interface

With its clean design for quick navigation, Tolomatic’s new all-in-one website platform takes engineers easily from specs to design, request a quote to purchase.

HAMEL, Minn. — Tolomatic's new website——contains many new features to help engineers solve their design problems. Users can match their design specifications to Tolomatic products, review CAD designs and online brochures, pick the product that suits their needs and request a quote. All power transmission products are available for order online. "One of our goals with the new design is to help users find the information they need in 3 clicks or less. All of our product information is available on one page with a series of tabs for easy navigation," said Aaron Dietrich, director of marketing, Tolomatic. "The new website also provides one-click access to product information and brochures."

The interface features Tolomatic's three main product families—electric linear motion control (which includes ServoWeld actuators), pneumatic linear actuators and power transmission—and provides easy-to-access links for more information. A full suite of support options takes users from start to finish, offering sizing tools, a CAD library, how to specify information, application checklists, conversions, and a distribution finder.

Other features include complete mobile compatibility through responsive design, additional educational videos and product feature videos. Visitors can also sign up to receive Tolomatic's blog, which provides educational information on linear motion.

Tolomatic's new website is designed for quick and easy navigation.

About Tolomatic
For more than 60 years, Tolomatic has been a leading supplier of electric linear actuators, pneumatic actuators and power transmission products for factory automation. Its extensive product line also includes servo-driven high-thrust actuators, servo- and stepper motors, stepper drives, and configured linear-motion systems. Tolomatic's electric linear and pneumatic actuators are used in a variety of industries, including the packaging, material handling, medical, food processing, automotive, semiconductor and general automation industries. For more information, contact Tolomatic, 3800 County Road 116, Hamel, MN. Phone: 763-478-8000 or

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