On-Demand Webinar: Custom Manufacturing for Aerospace and Defense

In this on-demand webinar, Xometry engineers Greg and Mark share challenges and solutions related to manufacturing for the aerospace and defense industries.

By Serena Ngoh · September 27, 2019

Join Xometry engineers Greg Paulsen and Mark Gallagher in this 60-minute deep dive into how to procure custom, spec-manufactured parts through Xometry’s instant quoting interface. The engineers will discuss how to optimize and order the wide range of parts required for aerospace and defense including complex enclosures, tight-tolerance propulsion components, ground support test equipment, and more.

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Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how to use the Xometry Quoting Engine to assign specifications and upload drawings
  • Designate certification and inspection requirements like AS9100 and ITAR with the Xometry platform
  • Optimize parts for specific aerospace applications
  • Learn CAD preparation techniques
  • Live Q&A


Ready to explore high-precision, 100% confidential custom manufacturing with Xometry? Try Xometry's Instant Quoting EngineSM now.

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