E7000 Squeeze riveter for Xi'an Aircraft Industrial Corporation ARJ21 is capable of installing 20 rivets per minute
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Electroimpact is a world leader in design and manufacturing of aerospace tooling and automation

Electroimpact is a highly experienced aerospace automation company with an exceptional concentration of engineers. Our wide range of projects include complete automation assembly systems for commercial aircraft wings, riveting machines and tools for wing panel and fuselage assembly, advanced fiber placement machines, robotic assembly systems, and spacecraft handling equipment. Our company was designed by the founder as a haven for engineers, with vertical responsibility for all work from concept to customer acceptance with minimal bureaucracy and barriers to success.


WorkSource Grads Encouraged to Take Next Step

We thank the WorkSource Youth Center for continuing to helping train and mentor future employees of Electroimpact!

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Spirit Solidifies Position as World’s Largest User of AFP Technology
Electroimpact AFP Robot at Spirit Aero

Spirit solidifies position as world’s largest user of AFP technology acquiring a first-of-its-kind robotic automated fiber placement system from Electroimpact.

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Beyond Niche: Alternative Manufacturing for Aerospace Parts

The advancements we’ve made in automated tape layup (ATL) and advanced fiber placement (AFP) have made composite manufacturing very predictable and cost-competitive.

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2019 FIRST Robotics
2019 First Robotics

Electroimpact engineers volunteer time and experience as 2019 FIRST Robotics mentors to Nathan Hale HS, Shoreline HS, King’s Schools, Archbishop Murphy, Jackson HS, Cleveland HS, and more schools around the Seattle area. This program is a great way to give back while encouraging and inspiring the next generation of engineers and leaders.

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The big jet behind Everett’s big doors: Boeing readies first 777X to fly

Boeing's 777x is on schedule for a February debut with the help of Electroimpact robots.

777x Wing Assembly Robots (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)

A 108-foot portion of a wing inside one of the Electroimpact-designed 777X wing assembly stations. The fixed-bed robot on tracks (in yellow) travels under the wing to do the drilling and filling. This is the wing of one of the first planes that will be delivered to an airline customer. (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)

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