Spartan Aerospace is a global provider of aircraft engine, power generation, and military vehicle parts. We manufacture precision components and have an engineering team to help design and prototype. Our quality control systems ensure that each product is created to its exact specifications - that's why we have earned so many accreditation's. Leading companies rely on Spartan for everything from small stampings and brackets to critical machined and welded products.
Company Details:41 Progress Drive
Manchester, Connecticut 06042
Name: Allan Lehrer
Name: Alan Kick
Title: Vice President Sales
Number of Employees:120
- Laser Cutting
- TIG Welding, Resistance Welding, Automatic Welding
- Roll Forming & Expanding
- 5-Axis Machining
- 3D Printing
- NADCAP Certified Nonconventional Machining
- NADCAP Certified NDT
- NADCAP Certified Welding
- AS9100D with ISO 9001:2005
- ISO 14001:2015
A-286, Aluminum Alloys, Bronze Alloys, Chrome Steel, Exotic Metals - Gold, Silver, Platinum, Rhenium), Hastalloy, Inconel, L-605, Nickel and Cobalt Alloys, Stainless Steel Alloys, Steel Alloys, Titanium Alloys, Waspaloy
Part Size Ranges:
1" - 6", 12" - 24", 6" - 12", less than 1"
AS 9000, AS 9100, BAE Corp, General Electric, ISO 9001, ISO14001, Pratt & Whitney, Pratt & Whitney Canada, Rolls Royce, Sikorsky Aircraft, U.S. Airforce
3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing, Assembly Operations, Bar Cutting, Conventional Forming, Deburring, Fabrication, General Machining Processes, Laser Cutting, Laser Part Marking, Mill/Turn - 3 to 9 axis, Milling - 5 axis, Non-Destructive Testing, Sheet Metal Fabr, Welding (Arc, Tig)
5-Axis CNC Milling Machines Part Envelope up to 46"X 23"X 23"
The Stratasys Fortus 360mc uses a Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D printing technology, also called Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF). A thermoplastic filament is pushed and melted through an extruder, to be deposited layer after layer to create a 3D printed part.