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Aerospace Certified Fasteners: Manufacturing for Optimum Performance
Not all fasteners are created equal. Aerospace applications often require fasteners made using extremely precise standards and specific certifications. Learn from MW Components manufacturing experts about how to choose the right fastener for aerospace applications to ensure performance in extreme conditions.

Topics to be covered include:

• Types of aerospace fasteners
• Common aerospace applications
• Fastener materials
• Manufacturing processes & guidelines
• Certifications & quality control

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May 19, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

George Marturano
Product Engineer @Accurate Screw Machine
George Marturano has over 35 years of industry experience and has been an inside sales and manufacturing engineer with MW Components for over 17 years. He has a BS degree in Engineering from Rutgers University and presently works as a Product Engineer for the Accurate Screw Machine location. He has decades of experience in manufacturing for multiple components including advanced applications and complex electromechanical machinery and instrumentation.
John Cianfaglione
Director of Operations @Accurate Screw Machine
John Cianfaglione has BE Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology. John has 33 years of experience in engineering, manufacturing, project management & automation. Much of his experience prior to manufacturing is based in the automotive and commercial sectors. He is well versed in material sciences, heat treating, product applications, CAD/CAM, wire EDM, ram EDM, VMCs, prototyping, 3D printing, automation & QC practices. He currently serves as the Director of Operations at Accurate Screw Machine.
Mark Kulinski
Engineering Manager @RAF Electronic Hardware
Mark Kulinski has an associate degree in Manufacturing Engineering, bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from The University of Massachusetts/Amherst and master’s degree in Operation Management from Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute. He has amassed over 40 years of experience in manufacturing having been involved in several industries such as Aerospace jet fuel and environmental control systems, weapons systems inertial guidance and commercial and military firearms. Presently, he is the Engineering Manager for MW Components’ RAF Electronic Hardware location.