Aerospace with MetSource
MetSource has supplied numerous cricital materials to Aerospace OEM, Tier One and Tier Two customers produced to exacting Industry standards including AS9100, ITAR, ISO 9001 and NADCAP certifications. Please review further for our unique capabilities or contact us to learn more.
Typical Aerospace Products:
Combustion Chamber ring, housing, sleeve, support and manifold components
Fuel system nozzle, housing and support components
Air Valve body, seat and connection components
Rocket engine nozzle
Rocket engine dome
Net shape HF and SPF Forming Dies
HF and SPF Press Platens
Landing Gear Bushings
Stator case cover
Combustor support basket
Forged Seats, Seals and Flanges
Various CNC machined components
Jetway or Jet bridge components
De-Icing Equipment components
300 Series Austenitic grades
400 Series Martensitic grades
14-4H, 15-5H, 17-4PH
ASTM Heat Resistant grades
ASTM Corrosion Resistant grades
Nickel and Cobalt based
IN600®, IN625®, IN718®
Hastelloy C-276®, Hastelloy X®
254SMO, Ferallium 255®
C93200 to C94500
C95200 to C95400
C95500 to C95800
2035, 6151, 6061, 7075
Near Net-shaped Sand or Centrifugals
ISO 9001:2008 (QMS)
Customer-specific standards or requirements
Do you have a complicated machined hog-out or fabrication that may lend itself to conversion to an alternate process? Many of MetSource’s success stories are centered around converting a product from one process or multiple processes to a streamlined manufacturing process that improves the product Quality, Cost and / or Lead-time.
Material Process Selection
Do you have a part design but want a Solutions expert to advise optimal process to produce your part? Subtle changes in part design can optimize process manufacturability to reduce cost, increase part quality and / or increase throughput.
Do you want to speak to a Metallurgist regarding a part and environment to help with material selection? Alloy selection can greatly affect overall cost and part manufacturability.
On-Site Visit and / or Phone Consultation
Do you wish to have a MetSource Engineer call or visit you to discuss a particular application?