There are ever increasing expectations from machined parts requiring multiple plane configurations, tighter tolerances, and new materials. The above is met through continuous turnover of equipment and path generating software, and is complimented by an employee base dedicated to continuous process improvement.
For over 25 years some of the top aerospace companies have relied on BPI to fulfill their tight tolerance requirements. Our manufactured parts meet the highest quality standards and our CMM capabilities give our customers assurance their parts are being done correctly and accurately.
We work with some of the world's largest defense contractors including Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, EMS Defense Technologies, Goddard, Orbital Sciences, and BAE Systems. Many of these companies we have served for years as they know they can rely on us to consistently deliver on our promises and we are honored to serve the needs of those that protect our country.
BPI produces quality precision parts for satellite communications systems. Our CNC machines are serviced controlled ensuring they are utilized to their full range of capabilities and our quality process ensures parts will meet specifications.
There are constant advances in the medical industry. Due to our ability to hold tight tolerances we can provide parts for machines to accurately detect, diagnose, and treat those in need.
We use a wide range of metals and plastics to manufacture a part and build to print. By working for some of the top aerospace and defense contractors we have developed a solid work ethic that can only enhance any work completed in the commercial industry. With our extensive experience and highly skilled team, you can be assured the part will be machined accurately and will be one of integrity.
With BPI's experience and capabilities, BPI is fully equipped to help solve our nation's energy challenges. We have extensive programming experience that can be translated to the design process for the wind and solar energy industries. We can work with your engineering staff to meet the design needs of a still fairly young market.