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FT Receives Contract from U.S. Army to Mature Fixture-less Milling Capability

Last Updated: August 16, 2023

Fairmount Technologies has been selected by ASA (ALT) for a SBIR Phase II focused on improving their machining technology for national defense to fill capability gaps in the Department of the Army. Through competitive, awards-based programs, the Army Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs identify the top emerging technical solutions to meet critical Army priorities to modernize the U.S. Army and transition technology directly into the hands of soldiers.

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In 2014, FT began development of the ExtruMach, a tool-free extrusion machining technology, embodied in XtruMach (XM) CNC milling machines that utilizes a precision controlled universal feeding fixture for supporting and guiding curved extrusions while they are drilled, trimmed or profiled in one setup. 


During a PH I feasibility study with the Army, the XM technology was selected as a technology of interest to further develop and demonstrate in the current SBIR PH II that was awarded December 2022. FT has been hard at work developing XM-3 to meet Army capability needs, and is nearing completion of the XM-3 MVP machine to be demonstrated at the WITS show in October 2023

Stay tuned for more updates on the development of our new machining technologies

FT Awarded U.S. Air Force SBIR

Direct to Phase 2 Contract

Last Updated: August 16, 2023

Fairmount Technologies has recently been selected by AFWERX for a SBIR Direct to Phase II Contract focused on improving their joggling technology for airframe components to fill capability gaps in the Department of the Air Force.  To learn more about this exciting opportunity, and how it will help advance Fairmount Technologies' most recent developments, click the full press release below:

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