Precision machining for fasteners
Fellow Safran company Safran nacelles chose Safran Transmission Systems to make fasteners for its engine nacelles and thrust reversers.
Safran Transmission Systems produces and assembles 400 different parts of titanium, Inconel, stainless steel and aluminum, for nacelles on engines including the GP7200, Trent 700, Trent 900, BR710 and CF34-8.
Machining of raw materials is handled by three automated lines: two dedicated to aluminum parts, using 5-axis machine tools, and a third line with an MCM machining cell for titanium and stainless steel parts.
These facilities turn out parts with different shapes and sizes, ranging from 20 to 800 millimeters.
Our Polish plant makes an average of 70,000 parts per year.