The AirCorps fabrication team specializes in the use of traditional and state-of-the-art methods to manufacture and produce aircraft parts. Our adherence to the FAA-PMA Quality System, range of capabilities, and exacting detail are evident in the award-winning restoration work for which AirCorps is known. We have built this reputation by fabricating parts for the legacy and warbird markets, but can also produce approved components for other aircraft and industries. Whether it’s stretching a leading edge skin, spot-welding an assembly, machining a main landing gear casting, or producing a formed sheet metal part, customers benefit from working with a premier production team who have access to an extensive collection of resources, equipment and tools.
FAA-PMA Quality System, CNC Machining, CNC Turning, CNC Routering, 3D Scanning, Stretch Forming, Rubber Form Pressing, Routering, Aluminum Heat Treat, Spot Welding, Riveting, Sheet Plastic Forming
Formed Laminated Glass, Deep Draw, Aluminum Castings, Aluminum Forgings, Magnesium Castings, Aluminum Extrusions, Rubber Isolation Mounts, Springs, CAD Plating, Anodizing, Parkerizing, Hard Chroming
Expertise: experienced team producing parts under an approved FAA-PMA quality control system. Our diversity of clients and world class restorations have guided our comprehensive understanding parts fabrication.
Capabilities: the range of capabilities we manage both internal and external defines who we are. We are staffed and equipped with the experience and equipment necessary to produce finished and ready for install components.
Quality Control: We are proud to manage a FAA-PMA Quality Control System and will continue to develop our quality management systems to further expand our opportunities and offerings.
Customer Service: client relationships are rooted in our knowledge of being both an world class restorer of aircraft, consumer, and by supporting outside customers. Our interactions are relationship driven, long-term, and valued.
Portfolio of Resources: our growing library of original manufacturer blueprints, manuals, and resources allows us to quickly access rare technical data important to understanding, reproducing, and delivering exacting components.
Honoring Techniques & Methods: our team understands and embraces manufacturing techniques of vendors not in business today. We strive to reproduce that historic look while balancing the cost and efficiency afforded by modern technologies.
Consistency: having fabricated thousands of parts, we know what works and what doesn’t. We deliver parts organized and labeled professionally that integrate seamlessly into a shop setting.