Parts manufacturing for the aerospace and defense industry requires precise, responsive product development and production. Whether you need short-run, low-volume, or large-volume production with assembly, we ensure your project meets all industry standards and requirements.
We have different technologies to support the material and volume needs for our customers, like Carbon DLS additive manufacturing, 5-axis CNC machining of metals and plastics, and tooling for aerospace injection molding. We understand that manufacturing ITAR components means that we need to manage and make all parts we produce in-house in our USA facilities outside Cleveland, Ohio. We do more than simply supply parts, we are an essential part of your team.
We are committed to ensuring that all prototype and production parts we deliver meet your specific requirements, which is why we hold quality standards for ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) and ISO 9001:2015+AS9100D, as well as National Aerospace & Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (Nadcap), WBENC (National Women’s Business Enterprise Certification) and WOSB (Woman-Owned Small Business).
With ITAR and ISO 9001:2015+AS9100D certifications, we can adhere to stringent aerospace and defense quality regulations to make components for aircraft, satellites, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Our prototype and production experts will help you find an economical, high-quality material solution for your aerospace applications. Here are a few materials we use for aerospace components:
NASA Johnson Space Center needed to create the NASA Seeker free-flying robot in less than one year. Crunched on time and space on the robot, NASA turned to our Carbon DLS process to create four functioning parts used to guide the robot in space flight.
The Technology House’s (TTH) integrated approach to design, prototyping, and production allows you to bring your concept to market faster and more cost-effectively than virtually anyone else.