#DYK – We Help the Aerospace Industry Take Flight with Precision CNC Machining

Precision CNC Machining is the unsung ‘hero’ of parts that lead to the safety and success in many industries. Without such parts, industries – such as the aerospace industry, could not take flight. Literally.

What constitutes “aerospace”?

Aerospace is a term used to collectively refer to the atmosphere and outer space. Aerospace activity is very diverse, with a multitude of commercial, industrial and military applications. Aerospace engineering consists of aeronautics and astronautics.


How CNC Machining is Used for the Aerospace Industry

Precision is paramount when it comes to aerospace. From the fine details of engineering to the parts responsible for construction. When managing flight and its safety – accuracy is everything.

Zum Hingst Technologies has supplied precision CNC machining and the parts needed for our aerospace customers since 1978. We hold various approvals with major aerospace companies and are registered to ISO 9001 and AS 9100. As well, we offer the most cutting edge technology for data transfer and manufacturing methods – such as our high speed and 5-axis machining.

ZHT: Helping the Aerospace Industry Take Flight with Precision CNC Machining

Precision CNC Machining

By working collaboratively with our customers, and with nearly 5-decades in business, we have been able to perfect our machine-ability of the products we produce. This means we are both cost effective – not just locally, but globally – as well as able to achieve greater dimensional consistency.

We are licensed and proficient with the latest versions of the following software:

  • Gibbs
  • Solid Works
  • Open Mind
  • JobBoss

Advantages of CNC Machining

Precision CNC machining has the advantage of being compatible with a wide-range of materials This allows our customers to choose parts made from various metals, foam – and more.

In addition, the high-accuracy and precision engineering of CNC machining allows these parts to be replicated as needed with low variances within the tolerance required. The ability to manufacture complex geometrics for industry-specific parts is often necessary, and we deliver on this with the confidence experience offers us.

Curious to know more about our Aerospace Industry Precision CNC Machining? Contact our team by calling (604) 468-1991, fill out our contact form, or visit our office at 1452 Spitfire Place in Port Coquitlam. We look forward to discussing your business needs!