E7000 Squeeze riveter for Xi'an Aircraft Industrial Corporation ARJ21 is capable of installing 20 rivets per minute
E7000 Squeeze riveter for Turkish Aerospace Industries A320 Section 18

Electroimpact is a world leader in design and manufacturing of aerospace tooling and automation

Electroimpact is a highly experienced aerospace automation company with an exceptional concentration of engineers. Our wide range of projects include complete automation assembly systems for commercial aircraft wings, riveting machines and tools for wing panel and fuselage assembly, advanced fiber placement machines, robotic assembly systems, and spacecraft handling equipment. Our company was designed by the founder as a haven for engineers, with vertical responsibility for all work from concept to customer acceptance with minimal bureaucracy and barriers to success.


Increasing productivity with more riveting machines for the 777x Cargo doors

Kawasaki announced in January 2016 that they would be converting part of a plant in Lincoln, Nebraska into a manufacturing facility for cargo doors. On May 1st, Kawasaki started work on cargo door parts. EI riveting machines are helping reduce the time and cost of adding rivets.

Kawasaki unveils new Aerospace Division in Lincoln
737 MAX 9 in full production at Renton Plant

After many years in the making, our machines are in full production helping Boeing produce 42 planes per month.

First look at 737 MAX 9 built in Renton
EIUK apprentices find more success at WorldSkills UK and EuroSkills

The WorldSkills UK Finals saw EIUK apprentices take Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals. Leigh Clark, Joe Harrison, and Ryan Dexter were signed up to compete in the first round of this year’s CNC Milling competition. In the final Leigh took Gold, Ryan came away with Silver, and Joe has the Bronze.

Ethan Davies went to Gothenburg, Sweden to compete in the EuroSkills Finals for the CNC Milling category. His performance won him the Medallion of Excellence.

Paul Thompson Receives Speller Award at AMAF16

Paul Thompson received the Thomas H. Speller Award on October 4, 2016 at the AMAF16 conference in Bremen, Germany. Paul Thompson has joined Peter Zieve (October 5, 1999) and John Hartmann (October 4, 2005) as the third engineer at Electroimpact to receive this award.

In his remarks Paul thanked Electroimpact for encouraging him to expand his horizons as an engineer by participating in the SAE Aerofast and Aerotech. He noted that previous employers had not given similar encouragement.

Electroimpact Apprentices Recognized in Local UK Paper

Several of Electroimpact’s machine shop apprentices have had a lot of success at the WorldSkills UK Competition including three out of the six UK finalists in CNC milling category. Read the full article below!

Top class apprentices prove hard to beat

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E7000 Fuselage Riveting Machine developed for Xi'an Aircraft Corporation installing 20 rivets per minute using 3/16" NAS1097 flush head rivets