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Learn About Materials And Precision Parts Manufacturing For Aerospace Products From Top Build-To-Print Manufacturers At PNAA Virtual Conference & Expo

On February 8-11, 2021, join PNAA members and exhibitors in an immersive and lifelike virtual conference and exposition forum that will educate you in informative, engaging, and even entertaining ways.

This 20th Annual Aerospace Conference and Expo will provide a great venue to learn more about the rapidly changing aerospace industry.

Conference:  There will be live streams from stages and breakout rooms, where experts will present industry trends, business activities and forecasts, and other valuable professional insights.  Additionally, there will be multiple B2B and networking opportunities integrated into the virtual format.

Expo: You will be able to roam a lifelike exhibit hall that’s full of virtual booths, where you can inquire about products and services plus live chat or two-way video with the exhibition staff.  And when you visit the KLINGER IGI booth at this PNAA event, you’ll discover much about advanced material fabrication techniques for precision cut parts used in aviation, space, and electronics applications like thermal management, vibration and sound dampening, EMI and RFI shielding, gasketing and sealing, and more.

We’d certainly enjoy the opportunity to meet you and learn more about any needs you may have for material selection and sourcing, custom parts prototypes, or precision parts manufacturing.  So please contact us for virtual conference and exposition admission details. We’d love to ‘see’ you there!

Who We Are

KLINGER IGI is a build-to-print, AS 9100 / ISO 9001 / ITAR registered contract manufacturer and material converter for OEMs and Tier 1s in the highly regulated aviation and aerospace, electronics, medical and scientific device, and energy industries.  We specialize in the precision fabrication of engineered parts used in aircraft electronics and avionics assemblies, cockpit and cabin interiors, and environmental, propulsion, hydraulic, and fuel systems.