BAEP9007

BAEP9007 is a Beechcraft specification focusing on the “HEAT TREATMENT OF TITANIUM & ITS ALLOYS”

 

Fighter Jet Metals provides Heat Treating as a value added service to its customers through approved processors to the BAEP9007 specification.

 

BAEP9007, BAEP9007, FIGHTER JET METALS

 

 

History of Beechcraft and BAEP9007:

 

 

Beech Aircraft Company was founded in 1932 by Walter Beech. The company began operations in an idle Cessna factory. With designer Ted Wells, they developed the first aircraft under the Beechcraft name, the classic Beechcraft Model 17 Staggerwing, which first flew in November 1932. Over 750 Staggerwings were built, with 270 manufactured for the United States Army Air Forces during World War II.

 

 

After the war, the Staggerwing was replaced by the revolutionary Beechcraft Bonanza with a distinctive V-tail. Perhaps the best known Beech aircraft, the single-engined Bonanza has been manufactured in various models since 1947. The Bonanza has had the longest production run of any airplane, past or present, in the world. Other important Beech aircraft are the King Air and Super King Air line of twin-engined turboprops, in production since 1964, the Baron, a twin-engined variant of the Bonanza, and the Beechcraft Model 18, originally a business transport and commuter airliner from the late 1930s through the 1960s, which remains in active service as a cargo transport.

 

 

WHY BAEP9007?

 

 

On December 26, 2013, Textron agreed to purchase Beechcraft, including the discontinued Hawker jet line, for $1.4 billion. The sale was concluded in the first half of 2014, with government approval. Textron CEO Scott Donnelly indicated that Beechcraft and Cessna would be combined to form a new light aircraft manufacturing concern, Textron Aviation, that would result in US$65M-$85M in annual savings over keeping the companies separate. Textron has kept both the Beechcraft and Cessna names as separate brands. Because Textron has kept both names as separate brands, there are still sometimes separate callouts for quality requirements on BAEP9007. If your project has a Titanium callout with BAEP9007 please go to our Request for Quote page