This flat bar roller was one of our first machine projects we did in our machine shop. It worked great and we still use it regularly.
One of clients requested a pig spit that was portable. We designed a system that could break down easily with bolt on parts and fold up roller stands.
We shortened and re-threaded some pile bolts for our clients commercial construction project in Southern Alberta. Due to our excellent turn around time our client was on schedule.
Our client needed additional holes placed in their embed plates. We were happy to come to site and ensure that our client stayed on schedule.
Here we are using our horizontal milling machine to shape a part for one of our clients in our machine shop in Taber.
Some custom parts fabricated in our machine shop.
For a project for one of our clients we used one of our lathes to machine an aluminium rod to be used in a hinge.
Checking the fit on the shaft for our aluminium hinges
These are some steel adaptors we lathed in our machine shop in Taber. They were commissioned by one of our clients for their photography lights.
With our current tooling we can drill and tap almost any thing any where.
This a replacement stainless pin we lathed for one of our lethbridge clients.
Here we have set up our indexing head for some precision drilling.
Due to the length of the shaft it was necessary the set up the mag drill to drill the required holes.
With our CNC plasma table we are able to cut parts with precision.
We lathed and then threaded some aluminium pins for a sign we were commissioned to build.
One of our Lethbridge clients requested a bunch of threaded re-bar for their project. Yep we can do that too.
For this repair we lathed down a square bar to meet into a the old drive shaft.
some more lathe work we did for a client. There were several pins we did like this.