Personnel from Standex Engineering Technologies Group (ETG), will be in Colorado Springs April 11-14 for the 32nd National Space Symposium. This is the 9th year that Spincraft has exhibited at the renown NSS. David Doucette, Standex ETG VP Sales and Marketing, looks to the event as a great opportunity to network within the industry with existing and potential new customers.
The booth will feature photos depicting many of the company's precision Metal Forming, Heat Treating and Machining processes, as well as examples of various projects. The booth size allows for several pieces of actual hardware including a Cryogenic Aluminum tank assembly and several single piece (near net) products to further show case our ability to eliminate welds and minimize starting material input.
The Standex ETG team uses traditional and alternative metal forming processing to manufacture cost effective customer solutions. Space System fabrication and assembly capabilities include: launch vehicle fuel-tank domes, LH2 tank assemblies, titanium propellant tanks, combustion chamber liners, single-piece engine nozzles and more.
Please plan to stop by to visit Spincraft / Standex Engineering Technologies Group at Booth 338, in the large hall of Broadmoor Convention Center.