Economical, time saving, high tensile strength, flexible, technology oriented, tear resistant, impervious to oil, non-compressible and easy to install are some of the essential attributes that are seen while buying SHIMS. These devices are widely used in the automobiles, aerospace components, industrial machines and other assembly line applications. Shims have multitude of uses, which ranges from supporting, adjusting, filling spaces between objects and providing a level surface. Depending on the usability, application need and business size, shims are made using assorted base materials like stone, wood, plastic, aluminum, stainless steel, and other precision alloys. The standard size of a basic shim is 0.050 mm. The worldwide standardized certifications of shims are ISO 9000:20000, DIN, and ANSI.