Since 1983, Barron Industries has been a trusted partner to the world’s leading aerospace and defense companies which rely on Barron for our expertise in metals, lightweighting technologies and design for manufacturability of precision machined castings and safety-critical assemblie
Since 1983, Barron Industries has been a trusted partner to the world’s leading aerospace and defense companies which rely on Barron for our expertise in metals, lightweighting technologies and design for manufacturability of precision machined castings and safety-critical assemblies. Our award-winning investment casting process converts multi-part fabrications into less costly precision castings.
Barron is registered to the AS9100 Aerospace Quality System and is certified by the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation (NADCAP) program for its in-house NDT and welding. Our newly acquired NIST 800-171 Certification ensures Barron’s preparedness in serving our aerospace and defense customers that need to maintain information security throughout their supply chains. Barron Industries has also received GE Aviation Certification as an approved supplier after undergoing five separate audits for its quality, investment casting, CNC machining welding and non-destructive testing processes. Barron produces critical aluminum precision components used in aircraft and defense technologies for both domestic and foreign markets including the forward canard section for a 2,000 lb. ordinance, fuel and HVAC systems, controls, seating, cargo handling and other applications.
Using the Investment Casting process, Barron turns out high-strength ferrous and non-ferrous castings with fine detail and strict tolerance requirements, reducing the need for machining and other secondary finishing. Our vertically-integrated manufacturing systems offer complete single-source capability, significantly reducing cost and delivery time. Precision castings are machined, assembled, plated, painted, tested, part-marked, barcode-labeled, and securely packaged for shipping – with all processes handled in-house. Using our 3D printing techniques for rapid prototyping, Barron can deliver a highly-engineered casting in as little as ten days. We use more than 200 metal alloys.