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Deburring Applications for Aerospace & Defense

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Variety is the spice of life. As the go-to source for deburring solutions, Cleveland Deburring Machine Company is proud to work with clients from a range of industries. Those we’ve worked with have discovered how reliable deburring solutions help manufacturing processes run smoother while raising the level of safety for employees working the machines. While a raised edge or a rough spot might not seem like a big deal, overtime these burrs can compromise safety, cause immeasurable damage and be a drain on time and resources if not looked after.

Aerospace & Defense

One thing CDMC prides itself on is the creation of deburring solutions that address specific challenges as it pertains to different parts and metals used within that industry. As you might imagine, these can be highly specialized and require unique solutions. An example of one area of such specialization is with deburring applications for the aerospace and defense industry.

After experiencing a solid year in 2018, the aerospace and defense industry continues to have strong growth as a result of greater demand for passenger travel and global military spending on the rise. Commercial aircraft production and strong defense spending are also expected to rise, according to Deloitte’s 2019 Global Aerospace and Defense Industry Outlook report.

For many industries, aerospace and defense is a desired partner because of the number of jobs it creates. More than 1 million American workers are directly employed, and additional jobs are created through partnerships with other business and manufacturers that serve the aerospace and defense industry. Such numbers are directly responsible for boosting local and national economies.

At CDMC, we’re proud to partner with those in the aerospace and defense industry because it allows us to stretch our knowledge as we create new solutions specific to the materials and parts needs of the industry. This includes solutions for the use of nickel and titanium alloys used for the development of aircraft and defense mechanism parts. Because these alloys can be difficult to machine, deburring is a critical element for the industry when it comes to metal cutting and forming and finishing on a variety of parts.

Aerospace & Defense Deburring

Titanium Turbine Blades

Titanium Compressor Gear Deburring

Pinion Gear Deburring

Deburring is a proven process to eliminate thin ridges from a variety of metal materials as well as eliminate rough spots and burrs that can cause damage to a machine and a human. No matter your industry or market, Cleveland Deburring Machine Company (CDMC) has a deburring solution to meet your needs.

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The Manufacturing Industry Has Long Been a Part of Ohio’s DNA

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Manufacturing in Ohio has roots that run deep and long as one of the oldest sectors in the state which employs over 688K people and has an output of over $100 billion as of 2015.

This sector was responsible for more than $47 billion in exported goods and a 93.8% share in total goods exported. In 2015, Ohio traded $29.35 billion in exports with Free Trade Agreement Partners with trade exports of $29.15 billion through the Trans Pacific Partnership. In 2013 small business contributed to a 89.4% share of total exporters. The top five markets account for 66.80% of manufactured goods exported. The top five are Canada (41%), Mexico (13.3%), China (5.1%), France (3.9%), and the United Kingdom (3.5%).

Ohio is regarded as a very attractive state for aerospace manufacturing. The aerospace industry employees more than 110,000 people. The aerospace firms based in Ohio generate annual revenue of $44 billion. The top three employers in this sector include GE Aviation (General Electric unit), UTC Aerospace Landing Systems (United Technologies Corp) & Honeywell.

There are also many small independent manufacturers like CDMC that work to support the aerospace industry in one way or the other through their services or products and/or parts manufactured. New investments on the horizon will likely only improve our standing in the aerospace manufacturing industry.

Ohio also has a strong chemical and polymer industry. Many of the world’s fortune 1000 companies have their manufacturing plants here, including Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Parker Hannifin, PolyOne Corporation, and Schulman. The chemical and polymer industry employees 46,000 people with an average salary of $64,600 a year, which is 24% higher than some other manufacturing jobs.

The future of manufacturing in Ohio is looking bright with major investments lighting the pathway and as Ohio residents we can definitively say, “Ohio is one of the best states for manufacturing in the U.S.”.

For information on a deburring machine to fit your manufacturing needs or a free evaluation, contact CDMC today via contact form or call us at (216) 472-0200 to speak directly with one of our experts!

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