Locations in Massachusetts
A proven quality management system (QMS) is essential to ensure product performance and minimize risk. AS9100 certification not only demonstrates a commitment to maintaining and improving quality standards but is proof that a supplier has a reliable quality management system is in place.
AS9100 audits emphasize regulatory compliance, product traceability (including through subcontractors), manufacturing and clean room standards while also demanding the process documentation is in place and followed. An AS9100 certified company must demonstrate that mechanisms for continuous improvements are in place.
Adcole Maryland Aerospace is AS9100 certified and is committed to producing reliable space systems to ever exacting standards.
You can view our latest AS9100 certification here.
Adcole Maryland Aerospace has operations in two different manufacturing and test facilities, one in Marlborough, Massachusetts the other in Crofton, Maryland.
669 Forest Street
Marlborough, MA 01752
fax: +1 508-481-6142
Maryland Aerospace Inc.
2145 Priest Bridge Dr, Ste15
Crofton, MD 21114
About the merger of Adcole Corporation and Maryland Aerospace Inc.
Adcole Corporation and Maryland Aerospace, Incorporated (MAI) formally merged into a new company, Adcole Maryland Aerospace, on April 11th, 2017.
The merger unifies traditional space and new space product lines to serve a wider range of aerospace applications. Through combined experience and a foundation of proven technologies, Adcole Maryland Aerospace is positioned to develop new innovative space solutions that will benefit government, military, commercial and academic organizations.
SmallSat and Mission
Mfg, Clean Room and Test Facilities
Class 100,000 Clean Room
Laminar Flow Benches for Optical Assembly
NASA Certified Solderers for Electronic Assembly
3 Solar Simulator Test Stations
Thermal Vacuum Chamber
Multiple Thermal Cycle Ovens
Vibration and EMC Testing via Partners
Design & Analysis
Power Supply Design and Analysis Including EMI Mitigation
Interface Circuit Design Including RS-422, MIL STD 1553, Custom UART, Other Custom Interfaces
Analog, Digital, and Mixed Signal Processing
FPGA Design and Implementation
Standard Technical Analyses: WCA, Stress, Reliability, FMECA, etc.
Survivability Analysis and Mitigation: Natural and Hostile Radiation Effects: Total Dose, Displacement Damage, SEU, SGEMP, Flash X-Ray
Structural Analysis, Finite Element Modeling
AMA has a newly refurbished, modern SmallSat and CubeSat production facility.
Techs trained to NASA Standards
Satellite Integration and Test Facility in new Class 10,000 (ISO 7) clean room
Reaction Wheel assembly area with thermal, vacuum, and vibe testing
Large temperature chamber, 38″ x 38″ x 38″ interior volume
We are fortunate to have multiple options for SmallSat spacecraft environmental testing within a 45-mile radius of our Crofton, MD, facility, including TVAC, vibration, RF anechoic and magnetic test facilities in APL, GSFC, NRL, Orbital ATK (OA), MET Labs, and Washington Labs.