From commercial aircraft to military jets, and everything in between, our machines are a critical part of the aero engine supply chain.
Helping the aerospace industry achieve its sustainability goals
In the next decade, new technology platforms will dominate the aeroengine market.
Already, 3D woven composites and titanium aluminum LEAP engines are gaining a reputation for their environmental credentials. Offering reduced fuel consumption, low CO2 emissions and less noise, as well as greater reliability. We stand ready to support the industry as it evolves, bringing you adaptable machining solutions and a thirst for innovation.
Already, the Giddings & Lewis V, VTC and HMC series, the Cincinatti HMC series and the Forest-Liné Flexiax and Modumill enable precision machining of critical aeroengine components. What’s more, our advanced technologies help you reduce cycle time and improve tool life, for a more efficient manufacturing process.
Precision machining of aeroengine components
We prioritise precision from the ground up to ensure every component is machined to tight tolerances.
Our machines are built with exceptional rigidity, and utilize the latest automation, software and robotics for optimum accuracy and repeatability. With every project, we draw on a long history and a huge breadth of experience. With more than 160 years of operating expertise for Giddings & Lewis, and more than 135 for Cincinnati, we can confidently say: we've got this. Whatever your materials removal needs, we can deliver. Our robust equipment is flexible to your requirements, so you can design a bespoke machine that meets your needs. Milling, turning, profiling – it’s all possible, and it is always high quality.
With myriad configurations and smart systems, you can create a safe production line that works for you.
- Reduce cycle times with automated fixturing solutions and clever clamping devices.
- Make the most of Industry 4.0 technologies to ensure optimum, repeatable end product quality.
- Achieve optimum throughput, even on large or complex components.