Acme offers customized upholstery solutions like blanking covers for aircraft and helicopters.

With our upholstery solutions, we have been helping both the defense and civil aviation sector, get their aircraft and helicopters, free from dust, rain and other hazardous elements , when grounded; thus, eliminating the overhead of cleaning and maintenance.

our skilled and experienced upholsterers, use specially processed waterproof clothes, rexine , linings of felt, synthetic clothes etc., to make these covers, dust and water resistant and they perform stitching with utmost care, to get a perfect fitting for the items.

Varieties include, covers for every critical part of the aircraft and helicoptors such as , canopy, cockpit, wings, stabilizer, fuselage, engine, pilot protective, scoop, head rests, ejection seat, nose fuselage, Tail section, NLG wheel & MLG wheel pertaining to  MIG 21, 23, 27 & 29 series of aircraft (both trainer and fighter ) and AN32 transport aircraft .

Air intake, MRH, cabin cover , MRB tip cover, TRB, Case of protective set of Chetak / Cheetah Helicopters.

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Frontiers of research

Mechanical engineers are constantly pushing the boundaries of what is physically possible in order to produce safer, cheaper, and more efficient machines and mechanical systems. Some technologies at the cutting edge of mechanical engineering are listed below.

Micron-scale mechanical components such as springs, gears, fluidic and heat transfer devices are fabricated from a variety of substrate materials such as silicon, glass and polymers like SU8. Examples of MEMS components are the accelerometers that are used as car airbag sensors, modern cell phones, gyroscopes for precise positioning and microfluidic devices used in biomedical applications.

Friction stir welding, a new type of welding, was discovered in 1991 by The Welding Institute (TWI). The innovative steady state (non-fusion) welding technique joins materials previously un-weldable, including several aluminum alloys. It plays an important role in the future construction of airplanes, potentially replacing rivets. Current uses of this technology to date include welding the seams of the aluminum main Space Shuttle external tank, Orion Crew Vehicle test article, Boeing Delta II and Delta IV Expendable Launch Vehicles.

Composites or composite materials are a combination of materials which provide different physical characteristics than either material separately. Composite material research within mechanical engineering typically focuses on designing (and, subsequently, finding applications for) stronger or more rigid materials while attempting to reduce weight, susceptibility to corrosion, and other undesirable factors.