BAE Systems in the cells

Following BAE Systems’ consolidation of manufacturing processes at its Samlesbury site a series of manufacturing cells are to be established to focus on complex, multi-axis components. One cell is dedicated to completing the majority of operations for the Eurofighter Typhoon. This requires cutting of the steel hardend to 47 HRC, the spigots are the attachment […]

Following BAE Systems’ consolidation of manufacturing processes at its Samlesbury site a series of manufacturing cells are to be established to focus on complex, multi-axis components. One cell is dedicated to completing the majority of operations for the Eurofighter Typhoon. This requires cutting of the steel hardend to 47 HRC, the spigots are the attachment points for the left and right hand canard wings.

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