As the world demands ever-faster communication and connectivity, the space sector has rapidly evolved from an enabler of government-led missions into a highly competitive commercial sector – with satellites and rockets launching at an astonishing rate.
Today, space OEMs’ top priority is meeting demand – with unflinching speed, unerring quality and constant innovation. Success requires a robust and steady supply chain of cutting-edge, high-reliability parts that can withstand the harsh conditions beyond earth’s atmosphere.
Driving new levels of supply chain and component optimization, additive manufacturing is quickly becoming an attractive alternative and competitive advantage for leading space OEMs.
At Burloak Technologies, we are pioneers in driving additive manufacturing solutions for the space sector. Leveraging our proven expertise and a wide range of flight-qualified materials, we help our OEM partners to achieve a competitive advantage and faster time-to-launch.
Our state-of-the-art facilities, talented team, and investments in cutting-edge capabilities enable us to offer end-to-end, in-house additive solutions in both Canada and the US.
We are intently focused on helping our space partners to quickly transition from concept to qualified parts. From application and process design, through prototyping, materials testing, volume production, in-house post-processing solutions including Nadcap accredited heat treatment, and quality assurance – Burloak Technologies is ready to help you scale to meet demand while ensuring compliance with rigorous quality and performance requirements.
Additive manufacturing provides optimized solutions across a range of space-bound satellite and rocket components – including engine components and propulsion systems. From low earth orbit (LEO) and medium earth orbit (MEO) satellite constellations, to GEO stationary unit parts, RF waveguides, antennae units and more – we harness the almost limitless potential of additive manufacturing to deliver simplified assemblies and complex geometries that support your speed and innovation goals.
From production to documentation, process control to delivery, we go to great lengths to make sure the final product meets your specifications, drawings and requirements as well as any industry requirements.
AM is a relatively new industry with many new entrants bearing varying skills, capabilities, and experience. Choosing the right partner for your business will make all the difference to the success of your AM journey.
A partner with the following attributes will have you well on your way:
Additive manufacturing (AM) offers a number of advantages over traditional manufacturing, including shorter development cycles and stronger parts, but did you know AM is also better for the planet? In this installment of AM Hub, Arash Bazrafshan, Director of Business Development at Burloak Technologies, discusses the many environmental benefits of AM.
Burloak Technologies Inc., a division of Samuel, Son & Co., Limited, announced that it has been approved by The Boeing Company to inspect additively manufactured (AM) aluminum alloy components to Boeing’s BSS7046 specification using X-Ray Computed Tomography.
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