Welcome to Engineer.ro | CNC Services, Romania
Whether you need an aluminum anti-locking brake housing for an aircraft or any other complex aircraft component, our CNC machining services will exceed your expectations while meeting the highest industry standards. We create custom components from scratch and also replicate specific parts with ease. Our micromachining capabilities can create incredibly small, precise pieces, with resolutions up to hundred microns. This ensures your designs are achieved no matter the size or tolerance requirements.
Over a century removed from the days of wood, wire, and canvas bi-planes, modern aircrafts enlist an ever-expanding complement of precise and complex parts in order to operate with consistent efficiency, safety and durability. The complexity of modern aircraft cannot be overstated: elaborate systems of avionics, trim systems and servo tabs, evolving hydraulic assisted control surfaces, and improved engine mechanics require precise components in order to function.
Following the rapid development of powered flight at the beginning of the 20th cent., aircraft manufacture, in common with many other strategic industries, was given a great stimulus during the First World War. The military potential of fixed-wing aircraft for observation and combat was proved for the first time on any scale. Non-rigid airships were used on coastal patrol and anti-submarine work and later large rigid airships, the R33 and R34, were built, based on German designs. In July 1919 the R34 was the first aircraft to cross the Atlantic from Britain to America.
Regular civil aviation developed after the war, with the first daily service from London to Paris commencing in 1919. Several British companies joined to form Imperial Airways in 1924 and the network for both mail and passenger transport was gradually extended beyond Europe to outposts of the empire in Africa and Asia. In 1931 the company adopted the Handley Page aircraft, which could carry 40 passengers at 100 m.p.h. From 1934 the Empire Flying Boat, nicknamed the ‘Queen of the Skies’, carrying its passengers in considerable comfort, could cruise for 800 miles at 165 m.p.h. The British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) was established 1939.