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7/22/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: Janicki Industries

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Janicki Industries (Sedro-Woolley, WA, US) will showcase its extensive in-house tooling and part experience.

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Mandrels manufactured by Janicki Industries are being used by The Boeing Co. 

Janicki Industries (Sedro-Woolley, WA, US) a full-service engineering and manufacturing company, specializes in manufacturing composite and metal parts and tools across all industries, including aerospace, marine, energy, military, space, transportation and architecture. The company will showcase its large-scale, high-precision 5-axis mills (100’ by 20’), large autoclave (12’ by 50’), 1,100-ton press and large annealing oven. Janicki's extensive in-house tooling and part experience encompasses a wide variety of composite material systems, including carbon fiber, carbon/glass hybrids, polyurethanes, as well as Invar and steel.  

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