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Expanding Capabilities

       In an ongoing endeavor to enhance our manufacturing capabilities, Marianna Airmotive continues to purchase the latest in state of the art equipment. Our more recent equipment upgrades include an autoclave for bonding and a faro arm for engineering and inspection.



             Our new autoclave is eight feet in diameter and has a working interior length of 20 feet. With the addition of this piece of equipment, we are now able to perform bonding operations previously impossible with simple oven and vacuum procedures. With computer programmable accuracy, our new autoclave enables us to bond most honeycomb bonded structures and composite components.


FARO arm

             To enhance our repair capability and accuracy, Marianna Airmotive recently purchased a FARO Arm. A FARO Arm is a computerized digitizing device that allows us to perform 3D measurements on any part. Our new FARO arm has a four foot radius and an accuracy of 0.001 inches. With this equipment, we are now able to carry out extremely accurate and complex dimensional inspections that cannot be performed with hand measurement tools or templates. Additionally, the FARO Arm can verify contour as well as hinge and fitting alignment. This capability insures that the parts are dimensionally accurate before they are returned to the customer.

Recent Contract Awards

Naval Aviation Museum Restoration Contract

             Marianna Airmotive recently restored a variety of vintage and modern aircraft for exhibit at Pensacola’s Naval Aviation Museum. In our March 2007 Newsletter (.pdf file), one can view photos of many of the planes in various stages of repair.

C5 Structural Component Contract

Source: United States Department of Defense -- September 2, 2003
Marianna Airmotive Corp., Cantonment, Fla., is being awarded a $63,032,666 indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract to provide C-5 Aircraft Structural Component repairs, best-estimated quantities. The Air Force can issue delivery orders totaling up to the maximum amount indicated above, although actual requirements may necessitate less than the amount above. No funds have been obligated. This work will be complete by May 2014. Solicitation began March 2003. The Headquarters Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, Robins Air Force Base, Ga., is the contracting activity (F09603-03-D-0147).


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