Turbine Nozzle & Bucket Manufacturing

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.

Fatigue and Corrosion of Turbine Blades and Buckets

Turbine blades and turbine buckets are also susceptible to material fatigue. Buckets, blades, and nozzles encounter high temperatures and extreme force from gas. Improved air cooling implemented in advanced gas turbine design can increase operational life by reducing the overall strain on materials. Incorporating more heat-resistant materials can reduce the thermal load borne by each part of the turbine.

 Corrosion from the environment is also a pressing concern for modern turbine design.   Oxidation of alloys in the path of gases can degrade turbine blades, vanes, and buckets, compromising their structural integrity.   Most turbine blade and turbine bucket corrosion solutions involve chemically resistant coatings, modification, and super-alloys that require less cooling than regular alloys.


At Hi-Tek Manufacturing, we specialize in high-performance land and aviation turbine nozzle and turbine bucket manufacturing. Our high-tech facility features a 138,000square foot manufacturing space dedicated to the precision engineering of components. Every piece we make passes through several phases of quality assurance to guarantee a high-caliber product.


Modern-designed gas turbine blades and turbine buckets need to be capable of operation under extreme industrial stresses. We use state-of-the-art CAD/CAM systems to design our turbine nozzles, turbine blades, turbine buckets, and rotor systems. Our expert team of engineers has extensive experience in machine tooling and achieves a standard of precision and excellence unmatched in the industry.


We produce Stage 1, 2, 3, and 4 turbine blades from machining and processing to finishing and sales.  Turbine buckets and turbine blades are an area of particular interest for our team, but we also make a wide range of other technical gas turbine components.  We strive to outmatch our competition with superior craftsmanship.

What are the Benefits of Using Nickel-Based Alloys for Aerospace Applications?

Creep Resistence

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.

High Strength & Corrosion Resistence

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.

Nickel Alloys are an Integral Part of Aerospace Industries and Applications

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.

Heat Treatment and Brazing

Heat Treatment is the process of changing the microstructure of a metal using controlled heating and cooling cycles.
Brazing is an operation that uses a filler metal to join two metallic parts together at high temperatures.

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AS 9100D Certification Including ISO 9001:2015