COMAC Machining Division

Gibbs launched its COMAC machining division in 1989 in response to customer requests for finished parts. Since its inception, Comac has progressed from doing basic drill and tap operations in a 10,000 square foot facility to performing high precision machining and assembly work in approximately 165,000 square feet of manufacturing space. Our work cell concept involves high-speed flexible machining equipment and highly trained personnel. All necessary machining and assembly operations are performed so that when a part or subassembly leaves our facility it is ready to install.

World-Class Quality and Service
The management team at COMAC is committed to providing value to the customer through world-class quality with reliable, on-time delivery at a competitive price. Utilizing a mix of state-of-the-art, flexible CNC machines and dedicated, custom equipment, the engineering and production teams are able to customize a process for any application. COMAC's engineering staff works together with customer engineers to improve the manufacturability of each part, which results in higher quality and reduces the overall costs.

Committed to Quality
By following a rigorous Advanced Product Quality Planning process (APQP), COMAC develops manufacturing and quality control plans that minimize manufacturing defects. In-process quality checks and poke yokes are used to detect machining or casting defects and prevent them from reaching the customer. In addition each part or assembly is manually inspected for both casting and machining defects prior to packaging for customer shipment.