Assembly of a Neoprene and Polycarbonate Lens for the Military Industry
Sewing Technology, Inc. assembled this flyer's helmet visor for use in military aviation. Standardized riveting and our specialized grinding process allows adherence of neoprene rubber to these polycarbonate lenses, while meeting the specifications of the USAF.
Our team utilized state of the art equipment - air compressed snap machine, air compressed riveting machine, single needle Juki sewing machine - to make the finest neoprene and polycarbonate lens possible.
Using our years of experience with this product, we manufacture visors that are built to last.
We deliver these finely crafted visors to our client's facilities in MIL-STD-129P packaging.
Assembly of a Neoprene and Polycarbonate Lens Project Highlights
||Visor, Flyer's Helmet
||Riveting; Gluing Neoprene Rubber to Polycarbonate Lens
|Equipment Used to Manufacture Part
||Air Compressed Snap Machine; Air Compressed Riveting Machine; Single Needle JUKI
|Overall Part Dimensions
||11" L X 6" W
||Neoprene Rubber, Polycarbonate Plastic Lens; MIL-Spec Nylon and Elastic Webbing; Mil-Spec Snaps/sockets; MIL-Spec Hook
|Estimated Part Weight
|Industry for Use
||Tracy, CA and New Cumberland, PA
||Visor, Flyer's Helmet HGU/55P
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