Interior Mirrors (18)
Suppliers of vehicle interior mirrors and related components.
Cascade Die Casting Group, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A producer of aluminum and zinc die castings and related products custom made to customer specifications ready to assemble. Products used in automotive interior seats and systems, exterior body and trim, electronics and powertrain applications.
Dayton T. Brown, Inc. in Bohemia, New York.
Services provided include product design and engineering, prototype manufacture, final production, testing, technical writing & documentation and the development of complete test systems. Capabilities include dynamic, climatic, EMI/EMC, hydraulic/pneumatic, optical, mechanical, structural, fatigue, safety & survival testing as well as conformance inspection & failure analysis thru metallurgy, magnetic particle, dimensional, and X-rays.
Engineered Plastic Components, Inc. in Osceola, Wisconsin.
A provider of product engineering services, injection molding and insert molding of precision tight tolerance automotive components using CAD/CAE/CAM technology and concurrent engineering. Capabilities include instrument panel (IP) assemblies; door panel assemblies; heating, ventilation & air conditioning (HVAC) assemblies; as well as interior and exterior parts.
FICOSA North America Corporation in Shelbyville, Kentucky.
A manufacturer of truck & car rear and side view mirrors and small lamps as well as molded and painted components.
FICOSA North America Corporation in Madison Heights, Michigan.
A provider of automotive systems and components such as rear-view systems (interiors and external), gear shift systems (automatic and manual), parking control systems (hand brake manual or electrical), command and control cables, systems for seats and doors, pedals, windscreen and headlamp washer systems, air tubes, tanks for water and liquid brakes, sun visors, steering column & starter locks as well as closing and locking systems.
Gentex Corporation in Zeeland, Michigan.
Provides interior and exterior automatic-dimming rearview mirrors: exterior mirrors with and without LED turn signals, and interior mirrors with additional electronic features including telematics, LED map/reading lamps, compass and temperature displays, tire-pressure warning systems, headlamp controls, microphones with voice recognition capabilities, and TRIP functions, rear-camera display mirror and SmartBeam (high-beam assist systems).
Magna International, Inc. in Aurora, Ontario.
A supplier of automotive systems, assemblies, modules and components. Capabilities include the design, engineering, testing and manufacture of automotive interior systems; seating systems; closure systems; body and chassis systems; vision systems; electronic systems; hybrid & electric vehicles/systems; exterior systems; powertrain systems; roof systems; as well as complete vehicle engineering and assembly.
Magna Mirrors North America, Inc. in Alto, Michigan.
A supplier of exterior and interior mirror systems as well as actuators, electrochromic (EC) glass (auto-dimming), and door handle systems.
M&C Specialties Company in Southampton, Pennsylvania.
A die-cutter/converter of 3M automotive tapes, acrylic tapes, VHB products, BSR products, anti-squeak flocking, laminations, sound and vibration control products, and paint masking tapes. Applications include exterior and interior trim attachments, emblem attachment, anti-mutilation, surface protection films, shielding and conduction, anti-squeak, gaskets, under-hood labels, heat abatement, dual lock fastening, pressure sensitive adhesion, fabrics, and foams, etc.
Metal Powder Products Company in Westfield, Indiana.
A supplier of custom-engineered net-shape powder metallurgy products for a wide variety of automotive applications. Expertise includes a full range of PM material technology utilizing ferrous, non-ferrous, stainless steel and aluminum alloys. Products include clutch hubs, gears, cam caps, latch bolts, cams, and ring gears.
Research Frontiers Incorporated in Woodbury, New York.
Develops and licenses proprietary light-control technology for use in electrically operated light-control devices that regulate the transmission of light, glare and heat using light-absorbing microscopic particles suspended within a liquid. An applied electrical voltage forces the particles to align allowing for a range of transparencies. Automotive applications include self-dimming automotive sunroofs, sun visors, mirrors, side windows, rear windows, etc.
Rostra Precision Controls, Inc. in Laurinburg, North Carolina.
A provider of electronic or electro-mechanical components and systems to the automotive industry. Areas of interest include back-up cameras, cruise controls, rear sensing devices, ultrasonic parking aides, lumbar supports, seat heaters, and transmission controls. Services include design, proto-typing, testing and manufacturing.
SL America Corporation in Clinton, Tennessee.
A supplier of lamp systems including head lamps, rear lamps and fog lamps as well as center high mounted stop lamps (CHMSLs); chassis systems including parking auto shifters, manual shifters, park brake levers, pedals, fuel fillers caps and carrier-spare tires; mirror systems including outside rear view mirrors and inside mirrors, and front end module (FEM) systems including bumper beams, horns, hood-latches and sensors.
SMR Automotive Systems USA Inc. in Marysville, Michigan.
A supplier of light truck mirrors.
Trelleborg Automotive Americas in South Haven, Michigan.
A provider of vehicle anti-vibration and acoustic management services. Products include systems for engine mounting, suspension, exhaust, fluid circulation, impact protection, brake shims and flexible boots.
Wamco, Inc. in Costa Mesa, California.
A supplier of backlighting solutions including subminiature incandescent lamps, miniature incandescent lamps, LEDs, halogens, fluorescents, etc. to the automotive industry.
Webasto Roof Systems, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive roof systems including sunroofs, panorama roofs, convertible tops and roof panel assemblies as well as temperature management systems and power tonneau covers.
ZF Electronics Corporation in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin.
Designs, develops and manufactures automotive switches for windows, seats, locks & mirrors; electronic controls for sunroofs and convertible tops.