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NOW AS9100D AND ISO 9001:2015 CERTIFIED

 BEI has expanded it's quality certifications to include AS 9100 and the new ISO 9001:2015 registrations.  The AS 9100D Quality Management System registration allows BEI to manufacture parts for the aerospace industry. Congratulations to the BEI team for making it happen! 

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Swiss-Style Turning Capabilities Expanded

Baker Engineering has added two state-of-the-art swiss-style CNC turning centers to its expanding machine shop.  The new Citizens A32 and A20 lathes give BEI added capabilities in producing small precision parts with tolerances within .0002,  with up to 7-axis turning on stock 1.25” diameter or less and 5-axis turning on stock greater than 1.25” diameter. The machines are set up for short runs or higher volumes.  Let BEI quote your next part!

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Expanding Customers, and Markets

Thank you each of our new customers!  Baker designed/manufactured parts can now be found in hospital beds, machine tooling, office furniture, automobiles and race cars.  From simple clips to complex cylinders, the BEI team can design, manufacture and test it!

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Development Engine Demo Success

BEI’s proprietary 24 cu.in. Opposed-Piston Turbo Diesel Engine/APU has successfully demonstrated cold start, low idle, high idle and incremental loads nearing the target power output.  See it run at http://youtu.be/WJvEYzIgGYI. With a target of 20kW output, this technology has widespread potential due to its small size, flexible footprint, power-to-weight ratio, low part count, and fuel efficiency.  The single cylinder engine also provides a low compression ratio with low heat rejection, variable boost, high speed, good cold starting and multi-fuel capabilities.

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Engine Technologies Displayed at AUVSI

Two engines currently under development at BEI were featured at the AUVSI Unmanned Systems show in Las Vegas in August.  The revolutionary Nutating Disk Engine was displayed in two configurations, the 100+ Hp version as well as the 7 Hp engine. Rotary engine advancements underway at BEI were also featured.  These technologies were part of the Air Force Research Laboratory exhibit for the third consecutive year. For additional information, click the Technologies tab at the top of the page.

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