Horizontal 5-axis machining, high spindle power, long-term reliability, small floor space, and the flexibility to efficiently machine all their big structural parts on one machine led Aircraft Industries to choose a 5-axis horizontal HBZ AeroCell machining center.

The Czech aircraft manufacturer performs design, aluminum sheet and roll forming, steel forming, machining, welding, riveting, surface treatment, hardening, painting, measuring, assembly, testing, and overhaul under one roof. The company covers the whole process from raw material to the finished aircraft in building the L 410 twin turboprop commuter aircraft designed for severe flight conditions. German machine tool manufacturer Handtmann is an integral part of the L 410 production chain.


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