Our manufacturing of gas turbine components for aerospace, marine and power generation can be summed up with one word: Precision.

Paradigm Precision is a leading manufacturer of complex machined and fabricated components for the aerospace, land-based power generation and marine markets. Our core capabilities include laser services, airflow measurement, thermal coatings, electrical discharge machining, precision machining and TCT BLAST™. 

Paradigm Precision adds value by leveraging the synergy between capital investments, engineering, low-cost manufacturing operations and modern manufacturing methods. Guided by seasoned leadership, the company's culture is focused on customer requirements and the principles of LEAN and Six Sigma operations. 

A Worldwide Presence
Paradigm Precision was established in 2011 and is a privately owned enterprise formed by the acquisition of Turbo Combustor Technology, Paradigm Precision Holdings, and Unison Engine Components (3 locations).

The Company operates on a global basis and is sponsored by the Carlyle Group and AeroEquity.

In January of 2013 Paradigm Precision was acquired by Dynamic Precision Group (http://www.gotodpg.com/), who previously acquired TurboCombustor Technology Inc. (http://www.tct-inc.com/). 

Combined, the companies have a total of eleven locations, spanning six countries, with more than 1,900 employees. The new Paradigm Precision headquarters is located in Stuart, Florida. 

Paradigm precision company history

Trusted by Industry Leaders
Paradigm is committed to working closely with our customers and maintaining our reputation as the premier source for excellence in quality and service for complex machined parts, ranging from 2" to 240" in diameter, complex sheet metal fabrications and other turbine engine components. 

Our customers include leading original equipment manufacturers such as GE, Rolls-Royce and UTC, as well as gas turbine engine owners and operators around the world. These customers count on us to provide the most accurate fabrication of their most complex parts.