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AS9100 CNC Machining

What We Offer

ZYCI is AS9100 Revision D–certified, allowing us to offer our rapid aerospace CNC machining services to global OEMs and suppliers who need a partner that can reliably deliver quality parts that meet the increasingly strict quality standards as well as the compressed prototyping and production schedules demanded by the aviation industry.

Whereas most AS9100-certified job shops typically quote lead times of 6–12 weeks to produce machined aerospace parts in any quantity, ZYCI’s engineering team, production operation, and quality management system are organized to deliver unprecedented speed without sacrificing quality.

Our online quoting system turns around accurate quotes on aerospace CNC machining RFQs within 6 hours (what we quote you is what we’ll charge you, no matter what). And we’ll typically ship finished parts from our facility in Atlanta, Georgia, within 2 weeks of order confirmation.

Most of our aerospace CNC machining projects are aluminum-based (6061, 2024, 7075) but we also regularly machine precision parts made from titanium, nickel alloys, chromium alloys, and, increasingly, plastics. Our aerospace machining capabilities encompass airframe, avionics, tooling, and engine component parts.

Many of our clients need more than just machined parts, which is why we also offer 3D printing and plastic injection molding services that meet equally stringent quality standards and compressed turnaround times, making a full suite of rapid manufacturing technologies that provide advantages for prototyping and production available to our customers.

To experience the rapid response and radical quality that drives our aerospace CNC machining and low-volume manufacturing solutions, upload a 3-D model file and request a quote today.

CNC machined parts for business-class aircraft seats machined from 6061 aluminum.

Check valve for an aircraft engine that is produced by CNC machining and robotic laser welding.

For this precision gimbal, the concentricity, perpendicularity and runout tolerances met are within 40 millionths of an inch. (.00004”).