Manufacturing of Machine Composite Parts Opportunity at Crane

Event Promo Photo For Manufacturing of Machine Composite Parts Opportunity at Crane

June 03 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM




Indiana manufacturers, here is your chance to submit a proposal to get on Crane’s machine shop list for an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) in support of build-to-print machine shop requirements for supplies related to EA-18G and P-8A aircraft components, as well as various other related platforms/requirements.

In this session, we will:

  1. Review the pre-solicitation/solicitation.
  2. Get feedback from Crane’s Director for Small Business regarding this and other Crane opportunities.
  3. Get advice from an APEX/PTAC counselor regarding how to prepare for this and other government contracts (no cost service).
  4. Identify certification support (e.g. ISO, AS) that is available at Purdue MEP (for fee service).

Alternatively, you can go directly to and see this pre-solicitation now and start preparing! Solicitation # N0016423RWS68

Who should attend:

Owner/leaders of machine shops who are interested in DoD work at Crane and have the following capabilities:

  • Precision machining operations such as sawing, grinding, turning, and milling of both metallic and non-metallic materials.
  • Welding, fabrication, and assembly of metallic and non-metallic materials and components to produce completed assemblies in accordance with drawings or 3-D models and within the defined tolerances.
  • Other various machine shop services including but not limited to water jet cutting, plasma & laser cutting, hot and cold forming, tool & die fabrication, as well as inspection & certification.
  • Composite capabilities such as autoclave operations, prepreg and wet lay-up operations, grinding, sanding, patching/repair work, debulking, testing, and certification of materials and adhesives.