Tag - Aerospace

What is IAQG Part Marking?

The IAQG is the International Aerospace Quality Group, a body formed by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). It brings together OEMs and suppliers from across the Aerospace Industry to agree international quality standards. The IAQG website can be visited here: www.sae.org/iaqg/ The IAQG provides standards regarding many topics, one...

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What is the AS9132 Specification?

AS9132 is a specification for the Direct Part Marking of aerospace components. It is issued by the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) to define the process requirements for 2D Data Matrix part marking, relative to metallic parts. The standard provides process help for the manufacturer to produce and maintain the optimum...

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A Guide To Aerospace Part Marking Standards

              Part marking standards are very common in the aerospace manufacturing sector, due to the amount of complexity and detail that goes into producing their components. As a supplier of components to aerospace organizations, you must abide by these marking standards to ensure the smooth application of the components you produce....

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What is the RRES 90003 Specification?

RRES 90003 is a global engineering specification for Identification Marking Methods and Controls. It is a Rolls-Royce global document that was compiled for new component designs and will be called out in place of the previous system of JES and EDI specifications. RRES 90003 defines and controls identification marking methods and other...

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What Is JES 131?

"What is JES 131?" is a question often asked by manufacturers working in the aerospace industry for the first time. JES 131 is a Rolls-Royce specification that defines and controls methods and requirements for the marking and identification of components. In simple words, it defines what should be marked on...

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