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Tools For Aerospace

Robb Jack provides solutions for difficult aerospace machining processes, including routing aluminum skins, deep pockets in aluminum, machining high-temperature alloys, routing composites and drilling holes in composites. The company also offers solutions for chatter problems, coolant issues, reach problems, steps on the part and deep, tight slots. In addition to the standard tools listed in the brochure, the company can modify designs to meet custom requirements.

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Robb Jack provides solutions for difficult aerospace machining processes, including routing aluminum skins, deep pockets in aluminum, machining high-temperature alloys, routing composites and drilling holes in composites. The company also offers solutions for chatter problems, coolant issues, reach problems, steps on the part and deep, tight slots. In addition to the standard tools listed in the brochure, the company can modify designs to meet custom requirements.

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