The manufacture of Defence componentry often involves complex systems and sub-systems at select locations; the storage of parts in centralised warehouses; and maintenance, repair, and overhaul by skilled labour at relatively few locations.
Boeing and Airbus aircraft typically consist of some 4 million parts sourced from across the globe. To avoid having an aircraft grounded, airlines commonly maintain an inventory of spares, some of which remain unused, and sometimes become obsolete with new aircraft designs.
Additive Manufacturing addresses the issue of warehousing and inventory obsolescence costs by enabling on-demand manufacturing where required.
Engineers such as OEMs, maintenance and repair providers, military land vehicles and drone manufacturers trust GoProto ANZ for custom parts, short run and production needs.
We offer a wide range of aerospace and defence manufacturing capabilities to fit your specific needs including:
Each of our manufacturing capabilities is complete with our dedication to good customer service.
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