Aerospace Gears, Pulleys, Splines and Sheaves
HM Manufacturing recognizes the unrelenting demand for product quality and precision machining in the aerospace manufacturing industry.
Aerospace is an evolving industry, driven by the use of technology for aircrafts, aircraft parts, missiles, rockets, and spacecrafts. As a leading manufacturer for power transmission components, HM Manufacturing takes pride in working with top aerospace manufacturers. We specialize in custom gears, pulleys, splines and sheaves as well as the ability to engineer prototypes and large production runs. We are a turnkey operation for custom parts made for the aerospace industry. As a global brand, we ensure that cost effective measures, along with product innovation is implemented at every step. HM is certified to meet all the requirements and specifications for AS 9100 Rev D for power transmission components that creates efficient technology designed to manufacture aerospace products.
As an aerospace supplier, HM manufactures heavy and light application products needed for the production of all OEM Aerospace components and systems. With our in house precision machining facility and knowledgeable staff, we can assure every custom power transmission component will be made with reliability, quality and consistency in mind.
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