Proving again ADM’s commitment to continuous improvement and meeting customer’s demand, we have added another 5 Axis machine to our capabilities. To view more information about this machine please visit our equipment list.
A testament to ADM’s commitment to continuous improvements and meeting customer’s demands, Aero Dynamic Machining is now AS9100 compliant for manufacturing and verifying parts from native UG and Catia 3-D models.
Aero Dynamic Machining has been selected as a Boeing IDS Protégé under a joint contract between Boeing and the U.S. Air Force. The three year Mentor/Protégé agreement is a significant investment in training and infrastructure to ensure ADM, Inc. is positioned for growth to engage the aerospace industries increasing demand and opportunities.
Initial classroom instructions will include: Team Building, Lean Principles, Lean Manufacturing Applications, ERP/ MRP Systems, and Sub-Tier Supplier Management. As part of the three year program , ADM will select and train two college interns to be trained for aerospace manufacturing and CNC programming and machining techniques.
Minority institutions Cerritos College and Florida International University will partner with Boeing, Air Force, and ADM to provide specific training. Additionally, California Manufacturing Technology Corporation will assist with the training curriculum.
Tri-annual Program Management Reviews are scheduled with Air Force, Boeing, and ADM personnel to ensure Return on Investment goals are achieved.
ADM is honored to participate in the D.O.D Mentor/Protégé program.
The recent purchase of a Brown and Sharpe Global Image 5P 9208 System with PC-DMIS 4.2 provides ADM and our customers the full complement of Digital Product Definition/Model Based Definition capabilities. This investment coupled with Catia V5 and Unigraphics Direct Cad Interface provides opportunities to validate customer native design CAD models while providing a “one source” solution for reduced cost, reduce cycle time and higher quality parts . Additionally, the capability of exporting the AS9102 report with PC-DMIS will streamline First Article Inspections and production inspection reports.