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How To Ensure Quality For All Components In An Aerospace Project

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Oct 28, 2019 9:14:49 AM

The aerospace market experiences scrutiny like few others. Financial accountability is coupled with moral accountability, and brands can be extinguished with minor errors. All parts of an aerospace project, therefore, require the highest levels of quality. Here’s how to ensure that every component can fly safely.

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Topics: Aerospace Industry, Precision Engineering

4 Metals Used In Aeroplane Manufacture And Why They Are Used

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Oct 20, 2019 9:12:00 AM

In aerospace manufacturing, the choice of metal makes a big difference. This is because different metals behave differently when under stress, when heated, and when cooled. The characteristics of metals have a strong influence on manufacturing techniques, such as deep hole boring and gundrilling. Here’s a quick guide.

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Topics: Aerospace Industry, Precision Engineering

Why ‘Quality Over Cost’ Is So Important In Precision Engineering

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Oct 10, 2019 9:08:00 AM

Cost or quality? Or both? Everyone grapples with this conundrum. However, dodgy parts are at the root of many engineering failures. From biomedical equipment to oil and gas components, there are multiple scenarios where precision matters. Today, we look at the enduring problem of cost versus risk.

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Topics: Precision Engineering

Why Is Effective Honing So Important For Hydraulics?

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Sep 20, 2019 3:08:00 PM

 

Machine honing is a precision metalwork technique used to create super-flat, shaped, and super-smooth surfaces. By applying an abrasive stone anvil to cut against the metalwork, and applying intense pressure and movement, pieces of any shape and size can be altered to exact material specifications.

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Topics: CNC Honing, Precision Engineering

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

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