CNC Machining & Metal Fabrication for the Aerospace Industry
The Aerospace industry relies heavily on metal fabrication services for the designing of parts used in air and space vehicles. Our knowledgeable team here at Dynamic Design & Manufacturing has extensive experience in manufacturing precision metal parts, specifically for Aerospace clients. Dyco provides a variety of machining and metal fabrication services to various clients within the aerospace industry from sheet metal fabrication, CNC milling to laser cutting and metal punching.
From the early stages of our customers' design processes, through the many engineering changes that often occur during the development stages of a project, to prototyping and final volume production, the team is dedicated to provide you with exceptional quality, value and service. At Dynamic Design and Manufacturing, we have built a reputation for being able to deliver high quality precision metal products on-time. Our team excels in providing our customers with unparalleled value-added technical expertise and support.
Aerospace Metal Fabrication
Dynamic Design and Manufacturing's 31,000 sq. ft. facility located in Niwot, Colorado, between Boulder and Longmont, provides the capability to machine complex Aerospace parts using a wide range of materials. We specialize in working with stainless steel, carbon steel, aluminum, nickel alloys, titanium alloys, and plastics. Dynamic Design and Manufacturing is ITAR compliant and our manufacturing processes are AS9100D and ISO 9001:2015 certified which makes Dyco fully compatible with aerospace industry expectations.
Materials for Aerospace Fabrication
Common materials we use include
- 718 (Inconel) Used in rocket and aircraft engines
- 4140 (high carbon)
- Engines, turbines
- 4140 (high carbon)
- Stainless Steel
Aerospace Welding Services
Dynamic Design and Manufacturing offer a range of aerospace welding services including MIG, TIG and Spot welding services. Aerospace welding is any welding performed on a part used in aerospace application. This type of welding is distinct from standard welding in that specific standards and regulations must be complied with, namely those put forth by NADCAP.
NADCAP (the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program) is a global industry-managed standardization, assessment and accreditation initiative. NADCAP certification requires strict adherence to AWS D17.1 and AS9100D standards. Set forth by the American Welding Society (AWS), AWS D17.1 outlines standards for welding processes, including material selection and methodology.