Advanced Machining Services manufactures components for private and commercial aerospace companies. Primarily auxiliary agricultural, firefighting and load lifting components for fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft.
AMS is well versed in aerospace standards and compliance documentation; AS9102 FAI and traceability compliant. We are capable of machining materials from Aluminum to Phenolic Resins, Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steel to Titanium alloys, Brass, Bronze, and aerospace grade carbon steels.
Aerospace parts require the highest level of quality and precision, our tenured machining and quality team will deliver a superior product.
AMS manufactures components used for pharmaceutical manufacturing, lab testing equipment, and veterinary equipment. Tight tolerances and smooth machined finishes are key in medical equipment manufacturing and AMS has a reputation for delivering dimensionally precise and visually pleasing machined parts.
Knowledgeable management and QC can work with the customer to optimize machinability and cost of manufacturing for technical parts.
AMS is based in an outdoor recreational hub, and we are no strangers to firearms. We are capable of machining non-serialized firearm components. AMS does not currently have an FFL to do work with receivers or other serialized components.
We are well versed in all areas of manufacturing such as optic mounts, firing systems and accessories. MIL-Spec anodizing, Black Nitride and Black Oxide are a regular subsequent process at Our vetted finishing vendors. We are able deliver precision machined, visually superior, finish complete components ready for install.
AMS is versed in hydraulic manifolds both small and large. Three vertical CNC mills and a manual mill give us the versatility to complete most hydraulic parts with precision.
Detailed care is always taken to deburr all cross-holes and cavity intersections to ensure proper fluid flow and no possible obstructions.
At AMS we are capable of building assemblies and the manufacture of their sub-assemblies. Bushing instillation on machined components is common, often requiring wet setting with primer for dissimilar metals.
Our quality team is familiar with FAI reporting for assemblies for our aerospace customers.