The aerospace industry requires precision and dimensional accuracy in its components, which must comply with stringent quality and safety regulations for reliability in mission-critical applications. Aerospace parts also need to be capable of withstanding a broad range of extreme air and space environments. Aerospace CNC machining meets these challenges by producing parts with great precision and tight tolerances, ensuring the safety of the crew, sensitive data, and valuable, costly equipment during inflight operations.
Selecting an experienced aerospace CNC machining company helps make sure that your operation receives durable components that can maintain their functionality in demanding applications. At Coweta Tech Precision, we're your partner for reliable, high-quality computer numerical control (CNC) machining services for aerospace applications.
Whenever a plane or spacecraft takes flight, the aerospace industry is risking sensitive and expensive equipment as well as human life. Even a single defective part can bring all of that crashing down. Moreso than other industries, aerospace must rely on high-quality, high-performance parts that are virtually guaranteed not to fail in flight. Aerospace parts rely on precision manufacturing so that products will hold up against extremely high and low temperatures as well as varying pressures as part of their applications.
Components for the aerospace sector must also adhere to strict industry regulations, such as the AS91XX group of safety standards that covers topics like product safety and raw material quality. Regardless of these substantial requirements, manufacturers still can't sacrifice lead times as they must keep up with demand in the industry. Precision CNC machining aerospace parts gives you the quality, precision accuracy, repeatability, consistency, and throughput to meet all of these qualifications.
CNC machining is a highly effective manufacturing technique for numerous aerospace applications.
CNC machining has versatile applications in aviation, as the technique allows for the high degree of precision necessary to produce aircraft components. It generates uniform parts with tight tolerances, helping to ensure safety and consistent performance in parts like airplane wings, engines, seats, housings and shells, valves, and more.
While aircraft components are also subjected to extreme temperatures, changing pressures, and generally harsh environmental conditions, spacecraft applications are even more demanding. Spaceflight requires rugged, durable, mission-critical parts that can maintain their functionality despite their exposure to outerspace for potentially years at a time. Longevity, reliability, and safety are paramount, as faulty parts could destroy expensive equipment or result in the loss of life.
CNC machining is not only the ideal manufacturing process for the job, but it's also compatible with aerospace-grade materials that result in high-performance parts capable of withstanding the exit from and reentry to our atmosphere. It can create shafts, tubing, and electrical connectors as well as components for computer systems, oxygen generation, and rocket housings.