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Weber Metals is an aerospace forging company that started as a scrap metal business back in the 1940s. Now purchased and operated by Germany-based OTTO FUCHS Metallwerke, the company has expanded its open and closed-die forging capabilities. With the aid of their 60,000 ton press and forefront forging technology, Weber produces forged aluminum and titanium aerospace components like commercial jet crown frames, cockpit window frames, wing-to-fuselage fittings, and jet engine disks. Originally supplying to Douglas Aircraft and Boeing, the company now supplies to aerospace companies all around the globe. We utilize their stock metal to machine and build various components of our car; stock aluminum is used in our braking system, suspension, drivetrain, and e-structures, while stock titanium is used for a couple of components in the suspension.

Weber Metals is an aerospace forging company that started as a scrap metal business back in the 1940s. Now purchased and operated by Germany-based OTTO FUCHS Metallwerke, the company has expanded its open and closed-die forging capabilities. With the aid of their 60,000 ton press and forefront forging technology, Weber produces forged aluminum and titanium aerospace components like commercial jet crown frames, cockpit window frames, wing-to-fuselage fittings, and jet engine disks. Originally supplying to Douglas Aircraft and Boeing, the company now supplies to aerospace companies all around the globe. We utilize their stock metal to machine and build various components of our car; stock aluminum is used in our braking system, suspension, drivetrain, and e-structures, while stock titanium is used for a couple of components in the suspension.

Weber Metals is an aerospace forging company that started as a scrap metal business back in the 1940s. Now purchased and operated by Germany-based OTTO FUCHS Metallwerke, the company has expanded its open and closed-die forging capabilities. With the aid of their 60,000 ton press and forefront forging technology, Weber produces forged aluminum and titanium aerospace components like commercial jet crown frames, cockpit window frames, wing-to-fuselage fittings, and jet engine disks. Originally supplying to Douglas Aircraft and Boeing, the company now supplies to aerospace companies all around the globe. We utilize their stock metal to machine and build various components of our car; stock aluminum is used in our braking system, suspension, drivetrain, and e-structures, while stock titanium is used for a couple of components in the suspension.

Weber Metals is an aerospace forging company that started as a scrap metal business back in the 1940s. Now purchased and operated by Germany-based OTTO FUCHS Metallwerke, the company has expanded its open and closed-die forging capabilities. With the aid of their 60,000 ton press and forefront forging technology, Weber produces forged aluminum and titanium aerospace components like commercial jet crown frames, cockpit window frames, wing-to-fuselage fittings, and jet engine disks. Originally supplying to Douglas Aircraft and Boeing, the company now supplies to aerospace companies all around the globe. We utilize their stock metal to machine and build various components of our car; stock aluminum is used in our braking system, suspension, drivetrain, and e-structures, while stock titanium is used for a couple of components in the suspension.

Weber Metals is an aerospace forging company that started as a scrap metal business back in the 1940s. Now purchased and operated by Germany-based OTTO FUCHS Metallwerke, the company has expanded its open and closed-die forging capabilities. With the aid of their 60,000 ton press and forefront forging technology, Weber produces forged aluminum and titanium aerospace components like commercial jet crown frames, cockpit window frames, wing-to-fuselage fittings, and jet engine disks. Originally supplying to Douglas Aircraft and Boeing, the company now supplies to aerospace companies all around the globe. We utilize their stock metal to machine and build various components of our car; stock aluminum is used in our braking system, suspension, drivetrain, and e-structures, while stock titanium is used for a couple of components in the suspension.

Weber Metals is an aerospace forging company that started as a scrap metal business back in the 1940s. Now purchased and operated by Germany-based OTTO FUCHS Metallwerke, the company has expanded its open and closed-die forging capabilities. With the aid of their 60,000 ton press and forefront forging technology, Weber produces forged aluminum and titanium aerospace components like commercial jet crown frames, cockpit window frames, wing-to-fuselage fittings, and jet engine disks. Originally supplying to Douglas Aircraft and Boeing, the company now supplies to aerospace companies all around the globe. We utilize their stock metal to machine and build various components of our car; stock aluminum is used in our braking system, suspension, drivetrain, and e-structures, while stock titanium is used for a couple of components in the suspension.

Weber Metals is an aerospace forging company that started as a scrap metal business back in the 1940s. Now purchased and operated by Germany-based OTTO FUCHS Metallwerke, the company has expanded its open and closed-die forging capabilities. With the aid of their 60,000 ton press and forefront forging technology, Weber produces forged aluminum and titanium aerospace components like commercial jet crown frames, cockpit window frames, wing-to-fuselage fittings, and jet engine disks. Originally supplying to Douglas Aircraft and Boeing, the company now supplies to aerospace companies all around the globe. We utilize their stock metal to machine and build various components of our car; stock aluminum is used in our braking system, suspension, drivetrain, and e-structures, while stock titanium is used for a couple of components in the suspension.

Weber Metals is an aerospace forging company that started as a scrap metal business back in the 1940s. Now purchased and operated by Germany-based OTTO FUCHS Metallwerke, the company has expanded its open and closed-die forging capabilities. With the aid of their 60,000 ton press and forefront forging technology, Weber produces forged aluminum and titanium aerospace components like commercial jet crown frames, cockpit window frames, wing-to-fuselage fittings, and jet engine disks. Originally supplying to Douglas Aircraft and Boeing, the company now supplies to aerospace companies all around the globe. We utilize their stock metal to machine and build various components of our car; stock aluminum is used in our braking system, suspension, drivetrain, and e-structures, while stock titanium is used for a couple of components in the suspension.

Weber Metals is an aerospace forging company that started as a scrap metal business back in the 1940s. Now purchased and operated by Germany-based OTTO FUCHS Metallwerke, the company has expanded its open and closed-die forging capabilities. With the aid of their 60,000 ton press and forefront forging technology, Weber produces forged aluminum and titanium aerospace components like commercial jet crown frames, cockpit window frames, wing-to-fuselage fittings, and jet engine disks. Originally supplying to Douglas Aircraft and Boeing, the company now supplies to aerospace companies all around the globe. We utilize their stock metal to machine and build various components of our car; stock aluminum is used in our braking system, suspension, drivetrain, and e-structures, while stock titanium is used for a couple of components in the suspension.

Weber Metals is an aerospace forging company that started as a scrap metal business back in the 1940s. Now purchased and operated by Germany-based OTTO FUCHS Metallwerke, the company has expanded its open and closed-die forging capabilities. With the aid of their 60,000 ton press and forefront forging technology, Weber produces forged aluminum and titanium aerospace components like commercial jet crown frames, cockpit window frames, wing-to-fuselage fittings, and jet engine disks. Originally supplying to Douglas Aircraft and Boeing, the company now supplies to aerospace companies all around the globe. We utilize their stock metal to machine and build various components of our car; stock aluminum is used in our braking system, suspension, drivetrain, and e-structures, while stock titanium is used for a couple of components in the suspension.

Weber Metals is an aerospace forging company that started as a scrap metal business back in the 1940s. Now purchased and operated by Germany-based OTTO FUCHS Metallwerke, the company has expanded its open and closed-die forging capabilities. With the aid of their 60,000 ton press and forefront forging technology, Weber produces forged aluminum and titanium aerospace components like commercial jet crown frames, cockpit window frames, wing-to-fuselage fittings, and jet engine disks. Originally supplying to Douglas Aircraft and Boeing, the company now supplies to aerospace companies all around the globe. We utilize their stock metal to machine and build various components of our car; stock aluminum is used in our braking system, suspension, drivetrain, and e-structures, while stock titanium is used for a couple of components in the suspension.

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