Aerospace Manufacturing and Design (AMD), January/February 2008
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|January 18 2009|
Aerospace Manufacturing and Design provides up-to-date information on the latest developments in materials, manufacturing processes, and design principals for the machining and assembly of components in today's fast growing aviation sector.
Aerospace Manufacturing and Design delves into all aspects of the production of commercial, military and private aircraft and the new equipment that will ensure manufacturers are aware of the latest technology to produce products competitively and profitably.
Unprecedented access to the aeropsace manufacturing and design industry
In February 2007, the inaugural issue of Aerospace Manufacturing and Design (AMD) reached 12,500 manufacturers heavily invoved in aerospace technology. The publication provides up-to-date information on the latest developments in materials, manufacturing processes, and design principals for the machining and assembly of components in today's fast growing aviation sector.
The Aerospace Industries Association predicts industry sales will reach a record $184 billion this year. The private-sector aerospace market is expected to reach a record $61 billion (an annual increase of $10.5 billion) this year, while aerospace sales to the U.S. Government (NASA and other non-defense agencies) are estimated to grow by approximately $400 million and reach a record $17.8 billion.
Further complimenting these projections, Boeing predicts that the aerospace market will reach an unprecedented $2.6 trillion between now and 2025.
With instant access to the commercial, military, and private aerospace markets, AMD needs to be in your organization's flight pattern.
Technically Sweet Solutions
On the surface, aerospace machining is pretty straightforward: precision operations done a step at a time. Although exacting, it's frequently left-brain work that's comfortably predictable. It's mostly pocket milling, process monitoring, and prescribed recordkeeping. Or is it?
Arguably, no other sphere of manufacturing attracts so many imaginative thinkers ﾖ big-picture types who ignore trivia, but are passionate about essential details. They're innovators like Edvaldo Antonio da Rosa, the founder of a cutting-edge Brazilian aerospace shop with a name that evokes Japan ﾖ Toyo Matic.
Located in the southern city of Bragana Paulista, about 85km north of S￣o Paulo, Toyo Matic serves prominent clients in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. According to its customers, Toyo Matic helps put Brazil on the map as a center for modern precision machining. "That's been our ambition since day one," says da Rosa, with a smile. "We love to hear people say: 'You can't do that in Brazil!'" ...
Aerospace Manufacturing & Design | For the design, manufacturing, and assembly of aerospace components in the commercial, military, and private sectors.
"Aerospace Manufacturing and Design magazine provides the latest in aerospace design, manufacturing, and assembly resources."
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