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What Role Does Precision Engineering Play In The Aerospace Industry?

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Sep 19, 2019 2:49:00 PM

 

Aerospace today wouldn't exist without outsourced, precision-engineered components. Unlike most land vehicles, almost no modern aircraft are designed, constructed, and tested entirely in-house. Due to the sheer number and diversity of disparate aeroplane, spacecraft, satellite, and helicopter components, aerospace manufacturing typically relies on a scattered production chain of outsourced commissions, to design and build each separate part to fit a grand overall plan.

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Topics: Aerospace Industry, Precision Engineering

£150M Government Funding Boost For The Aerospace Sector

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Jul 18, 2019 10:36:28 AM

At Hone-All, we have a long history of association with the aerospace industry, so we were excited to learn about a new initiative from the UK government offering grants for innovative products in this sector.

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Topics: Aerospace Industry

Why Hone-All Are The Choice For The Aerospace and Defence Industries

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Jan 23, 2019 1:00:00 PM

As a company dedicated to precision engineering, Hone-All are often asked about our quality guarantees and accreditations.

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Topics: Aerospace Industry

The UK Aerospace Industry Set For Another Stellar Production Year

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Nov 14, 2018 11:11:00 AM

Recent figures have shown that aircraft production within the United Kingdom is set to supersede previous records; a clear indication that the industry remains quite strong. As a testament to this observation, statistics illustrate that the total number of aircraft produced by July 2018 is no fewer than 809 units. Experts believe that the revenue generated from such figures could equate to as much as £15 billion – not a bad little earner. To put these observations into perspective, the aggregate number of air vehicles delivered during the 2017/18 fiscal year was nearly 1,500 units. If present statistics continue, 2018/19 may very well rise above and beyond previous figures.

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Topics: Aerospace Industry

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