Aerospace Machine Shop

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.

What are Aerospace CNC Machining Services?

In aerospace CNC machining, we create very complex parts to use in building:

  • Aircrafts

  • Rockets

  • Space shuttles

  • Aircraft and other engines

  • Other related air vehicles and components

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.

Why is Precision So Essential in the Aerospace Industry?

Having a high level of precision when manufacturing parts is critical in the aerospace industry. To supply manufacturers with superior-quality components, a manufacturing facility like ours must continually adapt and learn new technologies. In addition, without the reliably precise parts that aerospace companies manufacture, safe air or space travel would be impossible.

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.