Engineering: co-design and collaboration for improved efficiencies
The thyssenkrupp Aerospace team of skilled manufacturing engineers has over 35 years of experience in the industry. They are experts at conceiving high quality CNC programs for both low- and high-volume parts production. We can offer you a complete CNC programming solution, from demand receipt to tryout tracking, using the most advanced and efficient machining strategies and the best software available on the market. Our services include creating written procedures and set up sheets, designing and manufacturing custom tooling, as well as cycle time reduction.
Working with you on a collaborative basis to co-design aerospace systems is a proven method for reducing the complexity of component design and improving engineering efficiency, which in turn reduces development times and lower costs. The aerospace industry demands products that meet exact specifications and the highest standards for reliability and quality. Even the smallest components play significant roles in the overall functioning of an aircraft.
Aerospace components conception requires very specific expertise from talented engineers. Aerospace parts designers must employ innovative approaches to the creation of a full range of aerospace components while maintaining high levels of quality and precision at each stage of the process. This ensures that parts perform optimally. It also plays a role in keeping production costs down.
Engineering development of aerospace programs often face late-stage issues that only become apparent during the manufacturing process. These should be prevented in the design phase but traditional engineering techniques make it difficult to identify potential issues before the final system is assembled. Co-designing by OEMs and their suppliers (normally Tier 1) has become a widely accepted means of avoiding these issues while developing new products or systems, especially technologically-complex items such as aircraft components
Based on collaborative tools, co-designing aerospace systems enable discipline experts to define and validate the operational requirements of component architectures. This helps maintain traceability between requirements, system definitions and digital mock-ups for detailed design.
Co-designing also helps to mitigate complexity by using digital modeling, technical requirements decomposition, and interface mastering in an inter-disciplinary approach. In this sense system architects and component designers are able to reduce development times and costs by improving engineering efficiency.
Our engineering services and customer benefits:
thyssenkrupp Aerospace offers customized engineering solutions combining CNC machining services with other value-added services (VAS) making us a true one-stop provider for your material preparation needs:
Experienced process engineers with 35+ years aerospace industry experience
State-of-the-art engineering capabilities with operational experience in feasibility and consulting on process improvements using smart technical solutions.
Operations performed with the latest technologies produce cost savings and significant efficiency benefits
Co-designing components reduces the complexity of this vital procedure
Combined machining and engineering services lead to cost advantages
Nesting your requirements leads to optimized material utilization.
Use of the latest software