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First Article & Prototyping

First Article Manufacturing (FAM),  First Article Testing (FAT) and First Article Inspection (FAI), are the processes of producing the first completed example of a design to verify that it meets specifications and is ready for production. First article inspection is often used to ensure the first article manufactured meets quality standards, but it can also be used to ensure compliance with other requirements such as regulatory approvals.

In many cases, an item's design may meet all requirements, but there is no way to know for sure until the first manufactured item is complete. The first article is inspected and tested in a variety of ways to confirm that it meets all design specifications, check for any defects or malfunctions, and provide feedback on how to improve the design for future products.


Support Equipment & Tooling

Support equipment refers to all equipment necessary for the operation of an aeronautical system, a system command and control system, a support system, a subsystem, or an item of equipment on the ground. In particular, SE is a type of equipment covered by the Aviation Maintenance and Material Readiness List (AMMRL).

AVIOSS manufactures Support Equipment from common (CSE) to peculiar (PSE) for various DOD programs. Either through technical data packages (TDP) drawings, or working alongside The Department of Defense (DOD) engineers to design and create specific tools for specific uses. Offering variance suggestions to meet and or exceed end users' needs while remaining competitive and effective in cost, lead time, and material readiness.

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Reverse Engineering

Partnered with the Department of Defense - RPPOB Program


What is Reverse Engineering? 

In mechanical engineering, reverse engineering (RE) is the process of working through the design process in the opposite direction to arrive at the product design specification. A common start to this process is the use of 3D scanning technology. 


Why Reverse Engineering? 

One reason is to recreate components that were designed and manufactured decades ago that have no 2D drawings or 3D CAD from which to reproduce the end product. There may also be situations where the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) lost design measurements, and or company is no longer in business but the product is still in use. Lastly using reverse engineering to improve design through development and analyses.



Our company's mission is to provide the highest professional, creative, and helpful aircraft tooling and ground support service in the world. We approach every client with fresh eyes and create custom strategies tailored specifically to their requirements. Our deep industry knowledge is the key to assisting our customers with timely and cost-effective solutions to their needs, no matter how big or small.

We take pride in delivering high quality products and services thanks to the knowledge, experience, and dedication of the Avioss team members. To tackle each task, we develop a close working relationship with our clients, while focusing on their long-term goals and priorities. We are ready and here to help you!


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The Northrop Grumman MQ-8 Fire Scout is an unmanned autonomous helicopter developed by Northrop Grumman for use by the United States Armed Forces. The Fire Scout is designed to provide reconnaissance, situational awareness, aerial fire support and precision targeting support for ground, air and sea forces. 

Unit cost: 18,200,000–18,200,000 USD (2013)
Engine type: Allison Model 250
Manufacturer: Northrop Grumman Corporation
First flight: 2000
Variants: Sikorsky S-434

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The Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton is an American high-altitude long endurance unmanned aerial vehicle under development for the United States Navy as a surveillance aircraft. Together with its associated ground control station, it is an unmanned aircraft system. 

Range: 9,436.1 mi
Top speed: 357 mph
Length: 48′
Weight: 14,950 lbs
Engine type: Rolls-Royce AE 3007
Manufacturer: Northrop Grumman Corporation
First flight: May 22, 2013


The Boeing P-8 Poseidon is an American maritime patrol and reconnaissance aircraft developed and produced by Boeing Defense, Space & Security, and derived from the civilian Boeing 737-800. It was developed for the United States Navy. 

Range: 1,381 mi
Wingspan: 123′ 0″
Top speed: 564 mph
Length: 126′
Weight: 138,300 lbs
Unit cost: 201,400,000–275,700,000 USD
Engine type: CFM International CFM56

The Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey is an American multi-mission, tiltrotor military aircraft with both vertical takeoff and landing and short takeoff and landing capabilities. It is designed to combine the functionality of a conventional helicopter with the long-range, high-speed cruise performance of a turboprop aircraft. 

Top speed: 351 mph
Range: 1,011 mi
Wingspan: 46′ 0″
Length: 57′
Unit cost: 71,300,000–71,300,000 USD (2005)
Engine type: Rolls-Royce T406
Manufacturers: Bell Textron, Boeing Defense, Space & Security, Boeing Rotorcraft Systems


The Sikorsky CH-53K King Stallion (Sikorsky S-95) is a heavy-lift cargo helicopter designed and produced by Sikorsky Aircraft. The King Stallion is an evolution of the long running CH-53 series of helicopters which have been in continuous service since 1966, and features three uprated 7,500 shp (5,590 kW) engines, new composite rotor blades, and a wider aircraft cabin than its predecessors. It is the largest and heaviest helicopter in the U.S. military.

The United States Marine Corps plans to receive 200 helicopters at a total cost of $25 billion. 

Weight: 33,230 lbs
Range: 529 mi
Length: 99′
Cruise speed: 196 mph
Engine type: General Electric GE38
Manufacturer: Sikorsky Aircraft
First flight: October 27, 2015



AVIOSS LLC is a leader in providing high quality, custom design, and engineering solutions. Our products are American Made and processed through the highest manufacturing standards ensuring impeccable quality. They are tested for performance and reliability, with lead times that work for our customers. Our experienced engineering team is onsite for prototypes, problem solving, and finding better alternatives for our customers needs. Read more about our full capabilities on the capabilities tab above and see why AVIOSS LLC is the best choice for you.



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