AEROSPACE PARTS & FIBER REINFORCED COMPOSITES:
TRIUMPH COMPOSITE SYSTEMS
Did you know aerospace parts are made right here in Spokane? Aerospace manufacturers convert thermoplastic composite material into final aerospace parts. Through various engineering functions aerospace manufacturers utilize reinforced thermoplastic composites as well as the process steps and quality controls in place including raw material conversion, initial consolidation, final stamp forming, part trimming, and destructive & non-destructive testing.
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Company Spotlight: Triumph Composite Systems
Triumph Composite Systems is an Aerospace manufacturer specializing in Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Laminates. We produce parts utilizing several different processes and have implemented automation and robotics within our production systems. Triumph has been a part of the Spokane community since 1990, when the factory originally opened as the Boeing Interiors Offload Center in Airway Heights.
Airport Occupations in Spokane County
There are a large number of manufacturing occupations in Spokane County with wage ranges starting from $29,000 up to $100,000 a year.
Check Out These Resources Below
Federal Aviation Administration
Women in Aviation
Washington State Opportunity Scholarship
What Next? Check out these higher education programs.
Spokane Community College Aviation Maintenance Technology
Eastern Washington University Mechanical Engineering Technician
Gonzaga University School of Engineering and Applied Science
Washington State University Aerospace Studies
Whitworth University Dual Engineering Program
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