AEROSPACE PRECISION and LUCHNER TOOL ENGINEERING
HISTORY IN AVIATION – 1969 to PRESENT
Aerospace Precision was established in 1998 as an FAA, EASA, repair and overhaul facility for OEM accessories and components for Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier, Embraer and other major manufacturers to service the aviation industry for commercial aircraft, commuter, cargo and military equipment and helicopters. Whether the need is for major overhaul, money saving rework or quick component repair, we have the expertise to do the job right. With the acquisition of Luchner Tool Engineering in 2015, Aerospace Precision has become a force in the manufacturing of aircraft and engine tooling and GSE equipment for the aviation, MRO and major manufacturers.
Aerospace Precision provides a wide range of repair and overhaul services to a broad customer base, as well as selective diversification to meet the needs of related markets. Our primary customers are:
• Commercial, charter, and cargo airlines operating domestically and internationally
• Maintenance centers (for commercial, business, and corporate jets)
• Defense, OEM and aerospace companies
Aerospace Precision excels in all areas. Turnaround time and logistics are two areas where we dominate. By performing Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) repairs and machining in-house, our average repair and overhaul turn time is less than seven days.
Aerospace Precision, Seattle Sales Division of Luchner Tool Engineering has been operating in Federal Way, Washington since 1994, the facility is 35,000 SF and is used to also warehouse the tooling products manufactured by its Florida manufacturing plant.
Operating from its 23,000-square-foot plant in 1969, a Scripps Ranch eucalyptus grove, Luchner Tool Engineering has found success in the international marketplace by providing better prices, on-time delivery and custom tool services using cutting-edge technology. Approximately half of Luchner’s business is with foreign companies, a fact reflected in the company’s client list, which includes dozens of airlines in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Latin America as well as the huge European consortium that builds the Airbus jetliners. Domestic customers include numerous U.S. airlines and General Electric, Rohr (now B.F. Goodrich), Solar Turbines, Pratt & Whitney, Boeing/Douglas and United Technologies Chemical Systems (Trident-II rocket motor program).