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10/6/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: Janicki Industries

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Tooling, prototyping and manufacturing specialist Janicki Industries (Sedro-Woolley, Wash.) is emphasizing its parts and services for parts for aerospace, space and defense, marine, transportation, alternative energy and other end markets.

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Tooling, prototyping and manufacturing specialist Janicki Industries (Sedro-Woolley, Wash.) is emphasizing its parts and services for parts for aerospace, space and defense, marine, transportation, alternative energy and other end markets. Featured products include:

  • 250° Composite Tooling, infused, machined, coated molds with a durable facesheet and mounted on a steel substructure.
  • Machined Core Materials, with emphasis on honeycomb core.
  • Machined Syntactic Putty for prototypes, one-off or limited-life aerospace quality parts programs.
  • 350° BMI/Carbon Tools, high-temperature tools typically used in aerospace applications. They can be made for low to high cycle, cured in autoclave and out-of-autoclave for the very large parts. 
  • 350° Invar Mold for high cycle production parts. The CTE is matched for composite manufacturing typically used in aerospace industry. The product is made from Invar 36 plate, billet or castings.

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