Technology provider and aerospace specialist
We have been established as a technology provider for around 50 years, with the main focus of developing international aerospace partnerships. Our areas of expertise – machining as well as plant and wind-tunnel model engineering – constitute efficient synergies.
We offer customers from various industries, particularly those that expect the highest precision and reliability, full service in our areas of operation: from concept through to implementation.
Our speciality in a nutshell: performance
Our solutions are tailor-made. We fulfill even the most complex requirements with speed, flexibility and accuracy, frequently rescuing customers with urgent or awkward projects.
We can do this because we have short decision-making channels and are optimally positioned: with a first-class team, top equipment and maximum process efficiency.
Sheet metal formed by Deharde Polygon Forming®
Bending sheet metals used to be a complex piece of work. Until Deharde presented Deharde Polygon Forming®. This innovative production process grants significant benefits in cost, time, and quality: Even though formed after milling, the sheet metal keeps all dimensions (pilot holes, pockets etc.). Deharde Polygon Forming® is applicable for the production of curved, twisted and conic skins in order to form doublers, straps etc. made of metallic materials. The high-quality polygon-formed products are already on duty in aviation and space.
You can use the new technique either at Deharde or at your place.
First full-model test of a remote control aileron at cryogenic conditions
A team of experts from Deharde GmbH and ETW (European Transonic Windtunnel) successfully developed a robust and patented remote control actuation for an aileron on a wind tunnel model. We provided the technology. This technology is a step change in productivity for testing at real flight conditions which are achieved at cryogenic temperatures and high pressure in the wind tunnel.
The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy supported this research study in the context of a LuFo-project.