Having a 'Hi-Standard' for Military Applications

The production of military applications such as firearms, air fighters, tanks, and ships are vitally important for people’s protection in our nation. Veterans have put their life on the line to protect this country. They utilize weapons to accomplish these means, and those who are manufacturing these military applications need to take their job as seriously as those who are operating them.

Swiss CNC machining has always been important for the production of military applications. It requires skill and precision to operate this machinery, especially on critical applications like helicopters and firearms. Hi-Standard holds the quality of perfectionism close when it comes to executing machining projects. This is exactly what’s required for manufacturing applications in the military.

Due to this magnitude of importance military operators are under to provide national security, the firearms and ammunition industry itself is driven by compliance and quality control. Hi-Standard is positioned to be the perfect partner for military application manufacturers, because of its ISO 9001:2015 compliance as well as its CMM quality control systems. Part of upholding these compliance standards with the military is the different materials that are required to produce such weapons. Important defense and military materials include: 

  • Stainless Steel 
  • Titanium
  • Special Alloys
  • Acetal 
  • Delrin
  • PVC

These materials give our team at Hi-Standard the capability to produce parts for military firearms and weapons at the level this industry requires. 

Hi-Standard is positioned to produce the best quality parts for military personnel. Our experience, compliance standards, available materials, and overall commitment to excellence is what gives us the confidence to any task we’re given, especially one as important as supporting the United States military in its efforts to protect its people. Contact us today if you want to discuss our solutions for military applications. 

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