RIT and the Gear Research Laboratory welcome EGILE and its HIGH PRECISION MECHANICS Division (DMP) as a new member of the RIT's Gear Research Consortium. EGILE is a company with 30 years of history, committed to creating impact through products and solutions of high value in sectors where extreme precision is a fundamental requirement. The high Precision Division of EGILE is composed of five business units, serving high-critical areas, such as the aerospace and security sectors, large scientific infrastructure and equipment, the packaging sector and thin sheet metal processing.
The High Precision Mechanics Division of EGILE covers the complete cycle of high precision machining, from engineering and design, to manufacturing. They design, develop, and manufacture components for the aeronautic and security sector such us engines, aircraft transmission systems, landing gear components, and actuation systems for leading aeronautical companies, through three specialized business units: AEROTRANSMISSION, AEROENGINES, and AEROSYSTEMS. They also develop high-precision mechanical solutions for the scientific and aerospace sectors, through the EXTREME PRECISION unit, as well as complete, easy open-end conversion systems for the food metal container section (CAN TOOLING unit).
EGILE and its High Precision Mechanics Division is located in Mendaro, Spain, in the heart of a territory with a long industrial tradition. In 2018, their turnover was around 24 M-Euros, exporting over 50% of his production. The company has more than 270 employees and invests 15% of the turnover in Research, Development, and Innovation (R+D+i). They are part of the Egile Corporation, a diversified industrial and technological group, with more than 350 employees.
We are looking forward to having a very long and fruitful collaboration with EGILE. Their vision to apply leading-edge technologies to put in the market high-value products, services, and solutions has already placed them as a reference leading company in all their business areas. We are honored to have EGILE as a member of the RIT's Gear Research Consortium.