The Aerospace Manufacturing Specialist
Astro-Tek Industries provides a diversity of products for our customers. We have an experienced staff capable of manufacturing parts and equipment for the aerospace, industrial, entertainment, medical and government industries. Some of our specific capabilities include CNC Machining – Prototype, Tooling, Long and Short Run Production, Weld/ Fabrication – Small to Large Sized Weldments, Structures and Stands and Tooling/Ground Support – Jigs and Fixtures, Aerospace Support Equipment, Ground Support Equipment and Complex Assemblies. Our primary commitment is to provide our customers with a quality product, on-time delivery and competitive pricing.
Astro-Tek machining services are directed by personnel with more than 50 years of technical experience in the aerospace and industrial technology fields. We have the latest equipment capable of holding the tightest tolerances.
Astro-Tek has certified staff that is qualified to various welding specifications.
GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
Astro-Tek has an experienced team that has been involved in manufacturing a variety of tools and jigs and fixtures from the small to large and from the easy to the very complex.
Thanks for the outstanding effort at Astro-Tek, including Source QC, in getting the Antenna Test Hat completed and shipped in time to support our GPS III program schedules at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. By the way, it arrived in good condition, clean and dry, despite going through numerous storms along the way. None of the absorbers came unbounded. Thanks for putting the cardboard under the unbounded 72” absorbers to help support them and to protect the ones on the floor below them. That was a thoughtful touch. The two loose 72” absorbers were pointing a little downhill and resting on that cardboard, so it was very nice that it was there.
Mike Nolan, Lockheed Martin
I wanted to thank Astro-Tek on behalf of Coast Composites and our customer, Airbus, for helping us complete the A350 XWB center wing box tool on-schedule. This tool starts the build of the aircraft and is considered critical path. We knew we had a very challenging fabrication schedule, one that didn’t have any cushion or room for error. You not only met your promised deliveries, but the quality of your work was exceptional as well.
Paul Walsh, Coast Composites