Fabrication of Hot Rolled Steel Heavy Machinery Components

Hot Rolled Steel Heavy Machinery Components
Hot Rolled Steel Heavy Machinery Components

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Manufacturers of heavy duty parts depend on the advanced fabrication capabilities at S&R, Inc. to supply their precision cut components. A customer in the heavy machinery industry contracted us to manufacture the parts highlighted here, which would be utilized in the construction of their equipment. 3/8” A572 hot rolled steel was manipulated with laser cutting and forming processes to meet the configurations as outlined on the supplied 2D CAD drawings. Work was carried out utilizing our state-of-the-art CNC Lasers and our 12’ x 175’ ton Press Brake. Final dimensions of the parts were 65” in length, 16” in width, and 21” in height. The tightest tolerances of ±0.005” were achieved during cutting, with a tolerance of ±3° met during forming.

Turnaround time for this project was 2 to 3 weeks for this Kentucky customer. Upon receipt of the base components, the customer then performs welding and further machining to create the finished assembly. For more information about our capabilities with large and heavy parts, or the other custom fabrication solutions available please see the table below or contact us directly.

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Fabrication of Hot Rolled Steel Heavy Machinery Components Project Highlights

Product Name
Heavy Machinery Components
Product Description
Steel component used in the manufacture of Heavy machinery
Capabilities Applied/Processes
Primary:
CNC Laser Cutting
CNC Forming
Overall Part Dimensions
65” long x 21” tall x 16” wide
Tightest Tolerances
± 0.005” Cutting
± 3° Forming
Material Used
3/8” A572 Hot Rolled Steel
Material Finish
Mill Finish material.
In process testing/inspection performed
Dimensional Inspection, Visual Inspection
Industry for Use
Heavy Machinery
Volume
1/5/25 unit orders
Delivery/Turnaround Time
2 – 3 Weeks
Delivery Location
Kentucky
Standards Met
Customer Specifications, 2D CAD Drawing

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