Category Archives: quality aerospace engineering

Fluid Power vs. Electric Actuators

Most aerospace companies are moving toward the replacement of hydraulic or fluid power actuators with electric actuators. Many have come to understand the great benefits electromechanical actuation brings to the table making it an irreversible trend. The benefits are extensive, offering quality advancements … Continue reading

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Flap Handles in Pilatus Aircraft

As an aerospace qualified full-service manufacturing company including sales, marketing, customer service, design engineering, assembly, test, repair/overhaul, and customer support; we have experience in designing and manufacturing a range of mechanical and electro-mechanical products and systems for customers. A flap … Continue reading

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The Embraer KC390

The Embraer KC-390 is a military transport aircraft that is medium-sized, and that is powered by twin-engines.  It is capable of performing aerial refueling and used for transporting both troops and cargo. The Brazilian aerospace manufacturer Embraer is developing this … Continue reading

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The Innovative and Fast Paced Aerospace Industry

The aerospace industry is currently experiencing an innovative period marked by manufacturers racing to produce high quality and technologically advanced aircraft. Boeing is an example of an aerospace company that is experimenting with new technologies at an accelerated speed. Traditionally, … Continue reading

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The Future of the Regional Aircraft Market

In recent years we have seen an influx of new technologies and trends in the aerospace industry. Regional jet manufacturers are beginning to see many changes as well.  New and established regional aircraft manufacturers will face an increasingly competitive and … Continue reading

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Women in STEM and Aerospace

There has been a very long and very rich history of women in the aerospace industry. From Amelia Earhart (1st female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean) to Peggy Whitson (1st woman Chief of NASA’s Astronaut Office) there … Continue reading

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The Commercial Aircraft Life Cycle

Other than the volume, there are many similarities between the aerospace and automotive industries; manufacturing to tight tolerances, a highly regulated environment, qualification requirements, similar parts and components and much more.  Another similarity is evolving throughout the years, and that … Continue reading

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