SyncFab works with leading aerospace and defense parts manufacturers that have done work for NASA/JPL, Boeing, Raytheon and others. Our blockchain technology helps secure data within supply chains and dynamically scale manufacturing capacity. Aerospace companies and defense contractors can build a more agile supply chain with SyncFab so they can focus on their business.
Access Manufacturing Capacity
Get the best quotes from a pre-qualified manufacturing network when you need it.
Secure Blockchain Order Process
All your PO documents in one place! Securely stored on our proprietary Blockchain platform.
Control your supply chain with transparent order tracking allowing better exceptions handling.
Get precision-manufactured aerospace and defense parts
SyncFab’s procurement platform enables your aerospace and defense business to secure precision parts and prototypes faster and more cheaply, from our national network of NTMA-partnered machine shops.
Reduce airplane transfer costs with Blockchain technology
Verifying aircraft and component records that are crucial for ensuring safety and achieving regulatory approval. Blockchain technology can store transactions across a supply chain on an immutable distributed ledger that can be shared with all relevant partners.
Improve MRO document management and regulatory compliance
Your organization can migrate to a digital document management system that’s safeguarded by SyncFab’s blockchain technology - which prevents any tampering or retrospective changes.With a digitized single source of truth, you can more efficiently share certifications, PPAP tests, warranties, and QMS documentation to achieve regulatory compliance.
Respond to Airworthiness Directives and minimize recalls
Enable component track-and-trace and upgrade transparency across your aerospace or defense device supply chain with SyncFab’s industry-first manufacturing blockchain.Blockchain technology offers a secure, decentralized ledger to record every transaction across a supply chain in a single, shared audit trail, which can be integrated with technologies like IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) to identify and track defective components and products.