Aerospace Machines

Offering unmatched experience and a diversity of machine solutions, Kingsbury has established a reputation within the civil and military aerospace sectors, where safety & risk control and material integrity are key.

Aerospace Manufacturing

Incorporating the latest technology, our machine tools deliver outstanding accuracy, at economic production costs, for components from the heaviest to the lightest of materials. Our solutions cover the complete array of geometries, sizes and volume requirements from the smallest to the largest components. The addition of our newest range of grinding machines addresses the requirement for harder materials where conventional cutting is not possible, achieving high accuracy of shape and dimension and a high surface quality.

Our capabilities:

Our range of machines are able to accommodate precision parts within structures, including airframes and propulsion components, as well as Rotative parts, landing gear and interiors, working in a range of materials from composites to high alloy steels and everything in between.


Over the years, the Aerospace industry has always been one of the first adopters of new manufacturing technology and techniques. In this guide we discuss additive manufacturing in aerospace.

The Hermle was chosen from a variety of different makes and configurations of machining centre, as it offered the best volumetric positioning accuracy, verified during acceptance trials at between one and two microns.

A research coordinator at the University

The faculty of engineering at a leading university in the UK carries out research projects for aerospace companies and the medical sector. Additionally, bespoke test rigs are manufactured for research conducted in various other faculties across the campus, and in other UK universities. The machine shop also provides a practical resource for post-graduates studying for an MSc or PhD in engineering.

University case study

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If you have any questions about our machines, or interest in setting up a new machining process. Our expert team are more than happy to help.

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