Aircraft Sub-assemblies

Aircraft construction begins with the assembling of detail parts into aircraft sub-assemblies. Positioned adjacent to one another these aircraft sub-assemblies make the final assembly of the aircraft. To prevent these aircraft sub-assemblies from a wrong location and position, tooling fixtures are used throughout the assembly process. Tooling fixtures locate the detail parts of aircraft sub-assemblies, and then these are attached to mating aircraft structure. In addition to tooling fixtures, detail parts and aircraft sub-assemblies often include interface control points to properly locate mating aircraft structure. Three-dimensional locating methods, such as laser optical positioning systems, are used to prevent misallocating or misaligning detail parts or aircraft sub-assemblies during assembly. Lockheed Martin Aircraft Argentina, S.A manufactures high quality aircraft sub-assemblies at facility in Cordoba, Argentina. The company's current productions of aircraft sub-assemblies include AT-63 Pampa among others. Features of aerodynamic design and development, structure design and analysis, systems design and integration, Tooling design and manufacturing are a part of aircraft sub-assemblies manufacturing. Prototype and testing, maintenance and inspection of aircraft sub-assemblies ensure error free production.

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