Baron Machine Company, a New Hampshire based provider of precision aerospace machining services for clients around the country, has made and continues to make essential improvements – enhancing capabilities and improving efficiency for aerospace clients around the world.
September 15, 2011 – While the space shuttle program may have been retired, no matter how unpredictable the economy is, the aerospace industry will always be a major point of focus in countries around the world. This sentiment, echoed by Baron Machine Company President, Kim Baron, is behind the NH aerospace machine company’s improvement to various aerospace machining capabilities.
Baron explains, “When the term ‘aerospace’ comes up, it means a lot more than what many may typically think of. Sure, it has the word ‘space’ in it, but aerospace machining provides parts necessary in everything from the satellites that give phones their capability to aircraft components for both commercial and military purposes.”
Needless to say, Baron is confident that aerospace parts and components will ‘always’ be in demand. “This is not only due to the fact that the military and defense industries will always need affordable and precise aerospace machining,” but “because so many consumer products, like mobile phones and GPS devices, rely on aerospace components as well.” With this in mind the aerospace machining company has “taken the essential steps that ensure our aerospace clients get the precision they can trust, no matter what their application is.”
To meet this goal, the ISO 9001 registered aerospace machining company has, according to Baron, made “Key improvements that have enabled us to be a go-to source of precision and tight tolerances for the aerospace machining needs of businesses around the world.”
Baron concluded that in addition to various capability enhancements, these improvements “will help us maintain and even improve upon an already high level of efficiency, while simultaneously improving our operating speed and helping to deliver the close tolerances required.”