Innovative Design, Low cost / High quality Manufacturing
Innonex's manufacturing partners that have extensive mechanical manufacturing services. We comply with the most stringent customer requirements, servicing the Semiconductor, Medical and Aerospace business sectors. Our vertically integrated, state of the art facilities are capable of manufacturing customer solutions to the highest standard of quality at a competitive cost.
Precision Milling and Turning
Precision Grinding of Turbine Engine Nozzles and Blades
Close Tolerance Instrumentation Grinding
High Purity Ceramic Grinding, Lapping, and Lasing
Advanced Metal Joining (CNC Electron Beam, Mig, Tig, Brazing)
Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM)
Manufacturing engineering is a discipline of engineering dealing
with different manufacturing practices and includes the research,
design and development of systems, processes, machines, tools
and equipment. The manufacturing engineer's primary focus is to
turn raw materials into a new or updated product in the most
economic, efficient and effective way possible.
Manufacturing engineers develop and create physical
artifacts, production processes, and technology.
It is a very broad area which includes the design and development
of products. The manufacturing engineering discipline has very
strong overlaps with mechanical engineering, industrial engineering,
electrical engineering, electronic engineering, computer science,
materials management, and operations management.
Manufacturing engineers' success or failure directly impacts
the advancement of technology and the spread of innovation.
This field of manufacturing engineering emerged from tool and die
discipline in the early 20th century.