Custom CNC Machined Titanium Shroud Sets
CNC Machined Titanium Jet Engine Components
Precision CNC Machined Jet Engine Components
Titanium Jet Enginer Components
A client in the aerospace industry approached Birken Manufacturing to CNC machine titanium shroud sets for aircraft engines. Used in a military application, each shroud set is comprised of 12 shroud segments per engine set. Using a Fadal machining center, we CNC milled holes, pockets, radii and slots in the titanium alloy (AMS 4976) material. The serial number was etched on the component by dot peen matrix marking. Deburring was performed to remove any unwanted material. We assembled the parts with precision shoulder screws. We also performed wire electrical discharge machining (EDM) and general turning. Based on customer provided CAD drawings, the shroud set had a length of 8.852", width of 1.149", and thickness of .549". Striving for precision and high quality, we maintained a tight tolerance of +.002"/-.000", a true position of .004" and concentricity of .020". Prior to delivering the shroud sets to the client in Connecticut, we performed dimensional inspection (CMM) and florescent penetrant inspection (FPI). To learn more about our services, please contact Birken Manufacturing or see below for details.
Highlights of this Custom Machined Titanium Jet Engine Components
This shroud set is used within an aircraft engine. There are 12 shroud segments per engine set; these are used within a military application.
|Custom CNC Machining Capabilities & Applied/Processes
Design and Manufacture Custom Fixture
- Mill Holes
- Mill Pockets
- Mill Radii
- Mill Slots
Dot Peen Marking
Wire Electrical Discharge Machining(EDM) General Turning
- Assemble w/ Precision Shoulder Screws
|Equipment Used to Manufacture Part
||Fadal Machining Center|
|Overall Part Dimensions
Profile of Surface of .005"
Parallelism of .005"
|True Position of .004"|
Concentricity of .020"
||Titanium Alloy-AMS 4976|
|In process testing performed
Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection (FPI)
|Industry for Use
||Customer supplied print, 2D CAD Drawing|