OMADA produces 3, 4, 5-axis prismatic and long bed machined parts up to ten meters long in aluminum, titanium and all other major aerospace metals. Additional capabilities include kitting and the integration of multiple components into major structural and mechanical assemblies. OMADA will expand its machining operations to Asia when it opens the new Thailand facility in 2016.
OMADA produces Surface and Sub-Sea Wellhead Components up to 60” Dia and 120” Long. Pressure ratings of 20,000 PSI and up to PSL-4. Simple to Complex 3, 4, 5-axis machined parts to 30,000#s in support to the exploration and production activities of our oil and gas industry. OMADA is a major manufacturer to the high pressure Wellhead sales and service business along with down hole, Directional Drilling and the Frac business.
OMADA Sumner Division utilizes a proprietary technique of hot forming titanium that allows for rapid response at a low cost . Customers not only benefit from our efficient means of production, but also from our in house tool manufacture, water-jet, and machining. Through enclosed induction heating cells, we are able to operate single and multi stage tools to form complex shapes direct from flat patterns.
OMADA completes complex aerostructure sub-assemblies for both commercial and defense aerospace programs. These include flight critical assemblies for control services, fuselage, and engine nacelles. Using sophisticated processes and procedures, we design and develop assembly processes, tools and fixtures. Integrated with our global supply chain management we utilized the best-valued parts and components available in the market.
OMADA has developed key relationships with global suppliers providing a reliable supply of materials, parts and components. This network includes an extensive supply chain in Asia that allows OMADA to provide the best overall value to its customers. OMADA’s management of this supply chain allows us to provide complete kitting packages that can be delivered right to our customer’s assembly line reducing the overall cost of the completed assembly.