Woodbridge was founded in 1967 as a machining and assembly center of excellence for medium-to-large landing gear components.
The vertically integrated factory produces some of the world’s largest landing gear structural components including main cylinders, drag braces, and axles.
Woodbridge also produces shock absorbers, retract and lock actuators, and other dynamic assemblies on a contract manufacturing basis. PCC Aerostructures Woodbridge division operates from a 60,000 sq. ft. facility in the greater Toronto area.
The Noranco Woodbridge Division, was acquired by PCC in October 2015.
Hard Metal Machining
2-axis turning to 120 x 32 in (3,046 x 812 mm)
3, 4, 5-axis milling to 78 x 32 x 32 in (1,980 x 812 x 812 mm)
5-axis mill-turn to 42 x 42 x 238 in (1,066 x 1,066 x 6,041 mm)
5-axis mill-turn to 60 x 42 x 42 in (1,523 x 1,066 x 1,066 mm)
5-axis milling to 165 x 55 x 24 in (4,188 x 1,396 x 609 mm)
Assembly and Test
Actuators, shock absorbers, and other landing gear small assemblies