By Nate Craine and Greg Torres – Allied Machine & Engineering
The aerospace industry is bigger than ever. As more and more people rely on air transport, the Airbus Global Market Forecast predicts the need for 33,000 new passenger and freighter aircraft in the next 20 years. Between recent space endeavors and increasing air traffic, fabricators are constantly faced with new problems to solve. In aerospace, the parts needed are often unique or newly designed and the deadlines are tight. With materials constantly changing, fabricators must be able to create new ways of safely and effectively drilling through them in as short a time as possible. At Allied Machine & Engineering, engineers deal with these challenges every day and have a long history of success in the aerospace industry.