ATI provides a comprehensive network of machining and subassembly capabilities that convert forged, cast and fabricated shapes into application-ready components, providing a final link in the secure ATI supply chain.
ATI machining and finishing capabilities are focused especially on titanium, nickel-based alloys and other high performance materials used for aerospace, defense, oil & gas and other applications.
ATI supplies aerospace-quality machining and subassembly services primarily to helicopter and defense OEMs. We specialize in the rough and finish machining of components in a broad range of sizes and shapes, with wide experience in advanced aerospace metals such as titanium, aluminum, magnesium and many more.
ATI supplies precision machining services to the aerospace industry, specializing in finish machining operations on large and small, standard and complex components, with experience in advanced aerospace metals such as 6-4 titanium, nickel-based alloys, Waspaloy* and many more.
ATI supplies aerospace-quality, sonic-configuration machining services, specializing in material preparation and rough and finish machining on components in a wide variety of sizes and shapes. We have experience with advanced aerospace metals such as 6-4 titanium, nickel-based alloys, Waspaloy* and many more.
Pulling on all the resources of ATI, our Machining Center in the West Coast, USA, is uniquely qualified to monitor quality and delivery of final parts. Our Quality Management System and ISO 9001:2000 certification demonstrate our ability to consistently provide components that meet customer and regulatory requirements. Along with our machinists’ experience and know-how, the West Coast Machining Center is equipped with the latest CNC equipment and can handle close tolerance parts and high performance materials.
Our Sheffield, UK, operations provides boring, turning and finishing services for aerospace jet engine shafts and oil and gas components, including ATI Datalloy 2® stainless drill collars for downhole direction drilling.