Two years after signing the agreement with airplane builder Pratt & Whitney, KMWE Aero Engine has submitted the first part for the nozzle of the F135. It is the first of at least 5,000 parts of this type that will be delivered to P&W in the next five years. The exhaust nozzle components are complex sheet metal parts that have to undergo a large number of machining steps.
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