Component Assembly & Delivery

Our job is not complete until our customers receive their parts.

Every effort is taken to ensure the safe and timely delivery of our parts.

Details of every order are stored on our computerized tracking system in order to ensure revision levels, routed procedures and material certifications.

Each customer has an assigned Project Manager to contact. The PM learns component requirements, customer business ideals and keeps customers updated.

Before final delivery, our full time inspectors and our certified welding inspector will verify and sign every required document for the job router as required.

As a service to our customers, we maintain (2) flatbed delivery trucks licensed for operation in Wisconsin.


Component and Assembly Delivery Services
For customers outside of Wisconsin, we have an extensive network of flatbed and dry van haulers that provide excellent rates to our customer base throughout North America.

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Equipment Specifications | Capabilities

Equipment Specifications


Distribution and Material
Handling Equipment
Flatbed Trucks: 18′ and 28′ in length
Maximum Bay Width: 75′
Maximum Load Capacity: 20 Ton

Capabilities


Materials Processed Aluminum
Brass
Bronze
Cast Iron
Copper
Stainless Steel
Steel
Standards Met AWS-D1.1 – 92 Certified Flux Core & SMAW ASME-Sec. 9-FCAW & SMAW & Stainless FCAW
Welder qualified to Mil. Std 248-D
Value Added Services Assigned Project Manager
Computerized Tracking System
Value Analysis Engineering
Complete turnkey Fabrication, Machining & Assembly
Quality Inspection
Nationwide Shipping Service
Value Added Machinery Carlton 6′ x 19″ Radial Arm Drill Press-Heavy Duty
36″ dia. Rotary Table Blanchard Grinder.
Micromatic 24″ dia. X 144″ stroke Hone
(3) Manual Horizontal turret mills
15″ x 60″ engine lathe
98″ x 98″ x 120″ Preheat Oven
48″ x 48″ x 144″ Preheat Oven
60″ x 60″ x 30″ Stress Relieve Oven
Zoller Smile 800 Tool Presetter
Quality Control Equipment Brown & Sharp MICRO-HITE 24″ Electronic Height Gauge
Dial Bore Gauges to 32″ diameter
Giddings & Lewis CMM: 22″ x 35″ x 16″
Granite Inspection Tables: 50″ x 120″ and 36″ x 60″
Leica Absolute Tracker 901 MR CMM, accurate to 36 ft radius
Platinum FARO Arm CMM, 8 ft and portable
Precision OD & ID measure equipment to 80″
Romer Absolute Arm CMM, 9 ft and portable
Quality Control Process Entered into the computerized tracking system
Verified for revisions, material availability and routing
Project Manager reviews routing schedule
Returned to purchasing for order processing
Verified and released to the shop for production
Production Volume We can produce prototype and one-off runs to high volume production numbers. However, our niche remains in low volume, large part machining.
Lead Times 4 weeks, typically
Technology AutoCad 2012
Mastercam programming with direct control link
Computer system networked to all manufacturing phases

We are able to transfer documents and files via E-mail, including quotes, drawings, photos, spread sheets, CAD files, etc…

Acceptable Drawing File Formats .igs/.iges
Inventor
Solid Edge
AutoCAD (DWG)
DXF – Drawing Interchange Format or Drawing Exchange Format
PDF
SolidWorks (SLDPRT, SLDDRW, SLDDRT)
STEP – Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data
Lifting Capacity (2) 10 Ton Overhead Cranes
(2) 15 Ton Cranes
(4) 20 Ton Cranes
(40) 1 Ton Jib Cranes Tied to All Building Columns
Industry Focus Construction Equipment
Heavy Lifting
Marine
Mining
Packaging & Printing
Paper
Pipeline & Pipeline Repair