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April 2015 – Acromil Introduces New Logo and Website



Signaling the launch of the most ambitious growth and improvement initiative in our history, Acromil is refreshing the company’s image with a brand new logo





September 2013 – Acromil Purchases Handtmann HBZ CC 400


Acromil ordered a new Handtmann machine for delivery in January/February 2014.  The new HBZ CC 400 is a 5-axis horizontal machine with dual pallets and a 30,000 RPM spindle.  Following Acromil’s success with its prior Handtmann purchase, the HBZ will focus on parts Acromil has been running on its gantries but that are more suitable to a single spindle machine.  Similar to the prior machine, this will encourage Acromil to have a one-piece flow of parts while significantly reducing run times compared to other machines.




July 2013 – Acromil to Participate on Sikorsky CH-53 Program http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-jSkCsh7vs-c/T04vIyKhnFI/AAAAAAAAAgk/A3Qggsg_o2E/s1600/Sikorsky-CH-53K-Super-Stallion.jpg

Acromil will be manufacturing parts and assemblies for the Sikorsky CH-53 helicopter.  The CH-53K Super Stallion is a large, heavy-lift cargo helicopter currently being developed for the United States Marine Corps.  The design features three engines, new composite rotor blades, and a wider cabin than previous CH-53 variants.  It will be the largest and heaviest helicopter in the U.S. Military.




July 2013 - Acromil introduces PLM (Product Lifecycle Management)

PLM is a complete Management System from Quote Receipt thru Delivery and Service.  It will create a Single Source of Information for all of Acromil . It will help  promote Communicate, Manage and Collaborate all of Acromil production Data.




May 2013 – Acromil to Participate on Boeing 787 Program


Acromil will be manufacturing parts for the Boeing 787 aircraft.  The 787 Dreamliner is a long-range, mid-size wide-body, twin-engine jet airliner. Its variants seat 210 to 330 passengers. Boeing states that it is the company's most fuel-efficient airliner and the world's first major airliner to use composite materials as the primary material in the construction of its airframe.  The 787 has been designed to be 20% more fuel efficient than the 767 it is to replace.




April 2013 – Acromil Purchases Cincinnati 3-Spindle

Acromil purchased a small used three-spindle machine from one of its competitors.  The purchase was fortunate for Acromil as there was a growing need for multi-spindle capacity on smaller-sized harder metal parts.  The machine is a 3-axis workhorse and is machining both titanium and steel parts.




February 2013 – Acromil to Participate on Embraer KC-390 Program http://www.aviationtoday.com/Assets/Image/KC-390%20Northrop%20Grumman%20story.jpg

Acromil will be manufacturing parts and assemblies for the Embraer KC-390 aircraft.  The KC-390 is a medium-size, twin-engine jet-powered military transport aircraft currently under development by Brazilian aerospace manufacturer Embraer.  It is able to perform aerial refueling, transport cargo and troops, and to receive fuel in-flight.  It will be the heaviest aircraft that Embraer has made, and will be able to transport up to 23 tons of cargo, including wheeled armored vehicles.




January 2013 – Acromil to Participate on Bombardier Global 7000/8000 Program http://www.aviationweek.com/media/images/fullsize/BusinessAviation/Bombardier/Global6000-BOMBARDIER.jpg

Acromil will be manufacturing parts for the Bombardier Global 7000/8000 aircraft.  The Global 7000/8000 are ultra long-range corporate and VIP high speed jet aircraft.  They are expected to enter into service in 2016 for the Global 7000 and 2017 for the Global 8000.




January 2013 – Acromil Promotes Jon Konheim to CEO and Michael Shelton to COO

Acromil is pleased to announce the promotions of Jon Konheim to Chief Executive Officer and Michael Shelton to Chief Operations Officer.  Mr. Konheim joined Acromil in December 2002 and has filled several management positions while learning and building the business.  Mr. Shelton joined Acromil in March 2009 and has been integrally involved with daily operations.  Together, Mr. Konheim and Mr. Shelton lead the strongest management team Acromil has seen in a long time.




August 2012 – Acromil Broadens Participation on Gulfstream G650 Program http://www.aopa.org/-/media/Images/AOPA/Home/News/All%20News/2012/October/Gulfstream%20touts%20G650%20G280%20and%20biofuel/121029gulfstream-g650.jpg?w=640&h=360&as=1 

Acromil is broadening the number of parts that it manufactures on the Gulfstream G650.  The G650 is a twin-engine business jet airplane.  The G650 is the company's largest and fastest business jet with a top speed of Mach 0.925.




July 2012 – Acromil Takes Delivery of New SNK RB-200F


Acromil now has a second SNK RB-200F on its shop floor.  The 6-axis, 6,000 RPM machine is excellent for finishing titanium and particularly important for many of the monolithic parts Acromil manufactures.  The machine can work on sizeable parts with its x-axis of 160” and y-axis of 100”.  It also has a z-axis and w-axis that work together to allow up to 56’ under the spindle.




February 2012 – Acromil to Participate on Airbus A350 Program http://loumintope.blog.lemonde.fr/files/2012/10/Airbus-A350.jpg

Acromil will be manufacturing parts and assemblies for the Airbus A350 Program.  The A350 a long-range, two-engined wide-body jet airliner. The A350 is the first Airbus with both fuselage and wing structures made primarily of carbon fiber-reinforced polymer.  It can carry 250 to 350 passengers in a typical three-class seating layout, or maximum seating of 440 to 550 passengers, depending on variant.  Airbus stated that it will be more fuel-efficient and have operating costs up to 8% lower than the competing aircraft





February 2012 – Acromil Sets Up New Assembly Area

Acromil has been working to establish itself as not only a part manufacturer, but also as an assembler.  Acromil has always performed basic table-top assemblies of nut plates and rivets.  Acromil has also performed a lot of kitting for customers.  With its newly dedicated 5,000 square foot assembly area, Acromil is prepared to take on significantly more complex assemblies.  Acromil’s management and employees are very familiar with performing assemblies and have built the assembly area with that knowledge in mind.  Acromil has already started to develop new business requiring use of this assembly area.





January 2012 – Acromil Takes Delivery of a New Handtmann PBZ HD600

Acromil now has a new Handtmann PBZ HD600 up and running for its longer and thinner parts.  The machine is 5-axis and runs at 30,000 with 255” in the x-axis and 23”in the y-axis.  The machine is already proving to be a phenomenal acquisition for a one-piece flow while maintaining significantly reduced runs times.

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