From jumbo jets flying across the sky to rockets orbiting the atmosphere, did you ever wonder about how they are built and who makes them? The aerospace CNC machining industry manufactures the components, parts, and assemblies that make it possible for those "flying machines" to take flight.
However, engineering such high tech machines leaves zero room for error. For that reason, aerospace components must be absolutely accurate in their design, manufacture, and creation.
What is CNC machining, you might ask? CNC stands for "Computer Numerical Control," while "machining" is the process of precisely cutting a tool or component from a solid block of material, such as metal or plastic. To perform the cutting, we usually use drilling, turning, or milling tools. Today, computers control those tools.
Here at Hi-Tek Manufacturing in Mason, Ohio, we know how important precision in the manufacturing process is for the aircraft and aerospace industry. That's why we use CNC machining to create exceptionally accurate, high-performance aerospace components that are versatile enough to fit many applications. We've been in business for more than 40 years.
Aerospace component companies like ours make precision Aerospace Parts. We specialize in a wide range of aerospace applications and precision aerospace machining methods, including CNC milling, CNC turning, and more. We use these advanced capabilities and techniques to ensure that our work always exceeds expectations.
That's why we're one of the leading suppliers for CNC precision-machined components in the aerospace and aviation industry. However, we also have a stake in military industries and marine industries—and produce hot gas path engine parts, too.
In aerospace CNC machining, we create very complex parts to use in building:
We have to manufacture these high-precision components so that they can withstand extreme conditions. That's why we use high-quality materials like metal superalloys to make sure that the final machined parts won’t fail under the intense pressure.
Making components for the aerospace industry requires state-of-the-art equipment and the highest-quality metals and materials. Some metals we commonly use in aerospace applications include:
We manufacture these materials with exact positioning accuracy and precise CNC techniques to create flawless, superior components.
Having a high level of precision when manufacturing parts is critical in the aerospace industry. To supply OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) with superior-quality components, a machine shop like ours must continually adapt and learn new technologies. In addition, without the reliably precise parts that we aerospace companies manufacture, safe air or space travel would be impossible.
A cutting-edge CNC machine shop must have few limits and extremely tight tolerances in this challenging industry.
Here at Hi-Tek Manufacturing, our precision CNC manufacturing techniques provide significant advantages. We can create parts that will last through the test of time and high-pressure conditions. Our industry is vital to the American way of life, and we're proud to say that our precision parts provide the basis for safe commercial air travel and space travel, too.
Here at Hi-Tek Manufacturing, we use advanced techniques to provide our clients with precision machining services. We only use premium-grade materials and metals like titanium and stainless steel. Our team produces flawless aerospace parts that go into building some of the most complex machines known to man.
We're proud to say that we've obtained our ISO 9001:2015 certification, a prestigious honor that speaks to our superior workmanship and dedication to our craft. Attaining our ISO 9001:2015 certification has allowed us to provide our clients and OEMs with a wide range of services and earned us continued success. Some of our services include airfoil and turbine blade machining, CNC machining techniques, electrode manufacturing, and many more.
Once we've completed a project—whether it involves machining capabilities such as CNC turning, CNC milling, or even lathe work—we perform a thorough inspection to make sure it meets the clients' specifications and project requirements. And of course, all our clients and OEMs receive on-time delivery of our machined parts assemblies.
Here at Hi-Tek Manufacturing, we use only premium quality materials to create accurate machine parts for the aerospace and aviation industry. In addition, our team offers expert CNC machining services to our OEMs and clients. Our services are well-suited for a wide range of high-pressure applications.
Contact us at Hi-Tek Manufacturing in Mason, Ohio, today at 513.459.1094 for a quote. We'll be happy to explain more about how our CNC machine services have made us one of the best aerospace companies in the nation.
Using nickel superalloys for aerospace and aviation applications provides advantages you won’t get with other alloy metals. Nickel combined with certain metals can create a high-temperature alloy with numerous beneficial properties, like resisting creep and other extreme conditions while offering reliable performance.
Creep is the tendency for individual components within larger systems to move and change position under the wear-and-tear from daily use and constant high pressures. Nickel alloys have extraordinary creep resistance and can also withstand extreme conditions or temperatures.
Nickel alloys also have naturally high strength, which means they can withstand very intense pressure and situations due to the high oxidation resistance and corrosion resistance they possess. This high resistance makes virtually every nickel alloy well-suited for high-pressure operations where strength and durability are of the utmost importance.
It's plain to see how important a nickel-based, high-temperature alloy can be for applications in the aviation, aerospace, and military industries. The beneficial properties of alloys also make them perfectly suited for creating air, land, and marine-based engine parts, gas turbines, and other applications.
At Hi-Tek Manufacturing, we know the importance of using nickel alloys for aerospace applications. Our fully-equipped, state-of-the-art machine shop produces precision CNC-machined components and assemblies for aviation, marine, and land-based applications. We also manufacture engine parts, gas turbines, and a high amount of nickel aerospace alloys. We handle every project with our 40+ years of skill and expertise to produce flawless components that can withstand the high stressors of the aerospace industry. Contact us for a quote today.Request Quote