Your Guide to Designing Electronic Enclosures & Racks

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Electronics are great: they whirr, they blink, maybe it speaks in tones, it’s voice-controlled and “cloud connected”. But, since you likely want to protect this powerful heap of wires and circuit boards for many years to come, a robust electronic enclosure or rack is required. Creating optimal enclosure designs that reflect your requirements and intent […]

Featured in Aerospace & Defense Review

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We’re proud to announce that our CEO & President, Barry Lyerly, is featured in the January 2021 issue of the Aerospace & Defense Review magazine and that we’ve been recognized as one of the Top Defense Manufacturing Solution Providers for 2021. To ensure the high product quality that we’ve maintained over the years, we’ve moved […]

The Advantages of Using Aluminum for your Electronic Enclosures

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Aluminum is an extremely versatile metal with a number of advantages. It is recognized specifically for being both lightweight and flexible. And due to this extreme versatility, the process of extrusion can lend itself to even more complex designs. Pure aluminum for commercial use has a tensile strength of 90MPa. Aluminum can be used as […]

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A&J to Celebrate the US Navy’s Newest Amphibious Warship

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A&J Manufacturing Company To Celebrate the U.S. Navy’s Newest Amphibious Warship A&J Manufacturing Company participated in the construction of USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26), the U.S.Navy’s newest San Antonio-class amphibious warship which will be commissioned in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Saturday, October 8. Our company, A&J Manufacturing which employs over 30 individuals in Tustin, CA, […]

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A & J to provide mil-spec electronics enclosures for two Navy littoral combat ships

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PANAMA CITY, Fla., 26 Feb 2013. U.S. Navy shipboard electronics experts will look to A & J Manufacturing Co. in Tustin, Calif., to provide mil-spec electronic enclosures and related equipment for the Multiple Vehicle Communications Systems (MVCS) on two new littoral combat ships (LCS). Officials of the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division, Panama City, Fla., have announced […]