Why we believe laser cutting makes sense of the Aerospace Industry
SUBCONTRACT MANUFACTURING FOR THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY
Precision, accuracy, durability, flexibility all terms we are used to in the engineering world. At Hutchinson engineering we are in the process of bringing this expertise to the Aerospace industry. Partnering with world class companies in other sectors we understand innovation is a crucial part of the supplier client relationship, innovation is where we thrive.
CUTTING EDGE LASER TECHNOLOGY AND KNOW-HOW
We don’t just produce parts for our customers, We take the time to learn what each component does, our team goes on site to see the production process first hand. This knowledge is crucial to ensuring we provide a best in class service to the aerospace industry. We specialize in manufacturing components and small assemblies from non ferrous materials including Titanium, Inconel, Stainless and Aluminium.
Our state of the art sheet metal processing equipment, with both Laser and punch capability covers all aspects of manufacture. Machine options include: Punching, Tapping, Forming, Engraving, Embossing, Countersinking, brush tables to enable scratch free machining and a 3.2Kw Co2 Laser. It is also equipped with a bespoke Argon Die to enable the laser cutting of Titanium with a significantly reduced heat affected zone and zero splatter.
THE FOUNDATION OF OUR RELATIONSHIP IS OUR QUALITY
Accreditations including ISO9001, 14001, and 18001 form the backbone of our quality procedures, however we work with each client individually to ensure their specific requirements are met. Our dedicated quality lab has inspection equipment for various applications and includes a 3D Faro measurement arm, 2D Inspecvision scanner, and height gauges.
Stringent quality procedures to include: First article inspection, Final quality inspection, Specific customer notes added to parts to ensure full compliance. Our bespoke MRP system allows full traceability of material, as well as processes, to ensure peace of mind for our customers.