Aircraft Manufacturing and Maintenance

| May 31, 2019

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In the manufacturing and maintenance of aircraft, both product quality and worker safety are equally important to the success of the project. For manufacturers, the challenge is to consistently produce highquality components while meeting tight production schedules to ensure on-time delivery to either the OEM or end user. Maintenance experiences similar time demands the need to keep aircraft functional and airborne requires a careful balance of performing the right maintenance at the right time for minimal downtime, while also considering inspections and regulations.

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