Barron Industries exhibits at VIRTUAL MDEX 2020
Oxford, MI - Barron Industries is exhibiting at the first-ever virtual Michigan Defense Expo (MDEX)
May 20-21.The Michigan-based manufacturing company joins longstanding partners General Dynamics, MAHLE and more for the 11th annual MDEX sponsored by the Michigan chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA). The event is on-line for the first time this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. MDEX provides opportunities for government and industry to come together to deliver the best tools and services for the military. Serving the world’s leading aerospace and defense companies for more than 35 years, Barron manufactures investment castings and machined metal components.To learn more and register for the event for FREE, go to https://mdex2020.com/.
Participating in MDEX since its inception, Barron Industries uses the investment casting process to manufacture Aluminum, Steel and Stainless Steel components and mission-critical assemblies.
The company produces precision-machined components for many of the ground vehicles manufactured by General Dynamics Land Systems, BAE Systems and Oshkosh Defense.
Barron manufactures precision cast components for the GDLS Stryker and Abrams tank programs, the Oshkosh Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV), as well as BAE’s Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV), Paladin Integrated Management (PIM) and Bradley programs. Typical components supplied by Barron to the defense industry include mounts, instrumentation housings, power distribution chassis, towing components, antenna mounts, hatch rings, hinges, latch assemblies and exhaust components.
Barron also produces high-strength, lightweight aerospace components for companies like Boeing, Ball Aerospace, Curtiss Wright, General Dynamics, General Electric, Triumph Group and more. The investment casting foundry pours more than 200 ferrous and non-ferrous alloys that pass strict non-destructive testing requirements for thin-walled, lightweight designs.
Aerospace components manufactured by Barron are used in aircraft technologies for both domestic and foreign markets including the forward canard section for a 2,000 lb. ordinance, fuel and HVAC systems on the Boeing 767, and the GE9X high-bypass turbofan aircraft engine.
Barron Industries is a unique turnkey manufacturer of high-precision Investment Castings, machined components and complete assemblies. In-house capabilities include CAD engineering, rapid prototyping, CNC machining, plating, painting, assembly, laser etching, and shipping from our facilities in Oxford, Michigan. Ferrous and non-ferrous alloys poured include Class II armor, stainless steels, aluminum, cobalt, and nickel-based alloys. A Classified Small Business, Barron is AS9100D Certified, NADCAP Accredited for non-destructive testing and welding, ITAR registered and NIST 800-171 Cybersecurity Certified.