eBook: Custom Manufacturing for Aerospace and Defense

Download this ebook to learn all about the materials, sourcing, and design requirements in the wild world of aerospace and defense parts procurement.

By Greg Paulsen · June 26, 2020

Manufacturing for aerospace and defense comes with special challenges and requirements. From specialized alloys and certified finishes to hardware traceability and specific quality inspections, we know that these challenges can make it hard to find a reliable supplier and communicate your needs.

Download your copy of this ebook to read about the types, properties, and nomenclature of aluminum alloys, sourcing challenges and solutions, aerospace example applications, and best practices for CAD and drawings.

eBook: Custom Manufacturing for Aerospace and Defense

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