TURBOCAM International
Aerospace - Aviation / Aero-Engine

Aviation / Aero-Engine

Since its establishment in 1985, TURBOCAM has consistently met the ever-increasing demand for perfection in the production of aerospace engine components and hardware. At our manufacturing facilities in the United States, England, and India, we combine the finest equipment and personnel to produce a wide range of parts for jet engines, missile systems, satellites and spacecraft. From one-inch to forty-inch diameters and from single-piece prototypes to 1,000 piece scheduled production runs, TURBOCAM can satisfy your individual needs.

TURBOCAM manufactures some of the most critical parts in aerospace—parts that simply must not fail. Every employee at our company is a vital link in our quality control system. From the control of material to the delivery of finished product, each aspect of manufacturing is monitored to ensure the perfection of every TURBOCAM-made part.

TURBOCAM has partnered with nearly every big name in the aerospace industry over the years and has been added to the "Qualified Approved Supplier List" at several major accounts, including Hamilton Sundstrand and Pratt & Whitney. This status is provided to a select list of rigorously qualified vendors.

Our experience as a critical partner on many major engine development programs has also continued to reinforce the need for product development services and concurrent engineering. We take pride in our ability to approach the unknown with skill, experience, and vision. Whether it means developing prototype parts or testing new manufacturing methods, we welcome the challenge.

We invite you to call us to discuss your requirements and experience our commitment to excellence.

Case Study:

Tandem Blisk - 1997 When a “big three” engine manufacturer released a formidable new compressor design for a commercial passenger aircraft jet engine, they had difficulty finding a company that could meet their needs for quality, price, and delivery. That is, until TURBOCAM came along.

The customer required two stages of compressors machined from one solid Inconel 718® forging. With each stage having an overall diameter of approximately 20” and with a combined total of almost 100 blades, this part presented some interesting manufacturing challenges.

After designing and developing special machining techniques for the project, TURBOCAM utilized “on-machine” probing of the blade profiles to determine where additional machining might be necessary (in lieu of CMM analysis, which would have required extra set-ups and time delays). As a result, TURBOCAM produced airfoils that came off the mill with a 24 CLA surface finish and with a blade surface profile of ±0.0025” - an aerodynamic engineer’s dream.

Photo Gallery

While we would love to highlight our best and most current work in the aviation industry, almost all of the parts we manufacture prohibit the use of photography due to export control regulations or other confidentiality agreements. We hope that the following sampling conveys the quality of our workmanship and that, whether you need a single-piece prototype or a 1,000 piece scheduled production run, we are up to the challenge.

TURBOCAM has manufactured this C20B turboshaft engine in production for over 10 years. It is commonly used on the Bell 206, Sikorsky S-76, and many other popular helicopter designs.Manufactured in 2001, this aspirated AFT Rotor features a 23 inch outside diameter in titanium with 26 blades to a 0.81 micro meter—32 micro inch finish.This aluminum monobloc stator with removable cassettes was manufactured in 2000 featuring a 33 inch outside diameter and 40 blades to a 0.81 micro meter—32 micro inch finish.
This aspirated AFT Stator was manufactured in steel in 2001 with a 22 inch outside diameter and 31 blades to a 1.6 micro meter--63 micro inch finish.TURBOCAM manufactured this 31 inch integrally bladed rotor in titanium with 22 blades to a 0.4 micro meter--16 micro inch finish.TURBOCAM manufactured this 31 inch integrally bladed rotor in titanium with 22 blades to a 0.4 micro meter--16 micro inch finish.
Manufactured in 1991, this integrally bladed rotor prototype was manufactured along with a series of parts for the Boeing 777 engine test stand. This particular part featured a ~14 inch outside diameter and over 50 arbitrary surfaced blades.This aspirated FWD Stator was manufactured in steel in 2001 with a 22 inch outside diameter and 31 blades to a 1.6 micro meter--63 micro inch finish.Manufactured in 1996, this rotor with an integral splitter ring was manufactured in Inconel with 37 blades to a 0.81 micro meter--32 micro inch finish.