3D Design

We use Solidworks 3D drafting software to design your project in the virtual world. Once the design is approved, we can use our manufacturing processes to create your real world product. In house finite element analysis and engineering are also available. Customers can download eDrawings which is a free Solid-Works file viewer here.

Spreader Beam Repair and Paint

Spreader Beam Repair and Paint

We completed a spreader beam repair for the Alaska Railroad. This beam was damaged and needed repair and painting. We CNC water-jet cut heavy plate steel to fabricate new pieces that were damaged. After welding and fabrication was complete we painted the areas we...

Fabricated Cart for a 20,000 LB Turbine Rotor

Fabricated Cart for a 20,000 LB Turbine Rotor

Alaska Roteq We did the design using 3-D design in Solid-works. In the 2 photos you see the cart we built and the third is the generator housing the rotor was located in. Also included is a photo of the  3-D  design without the casters.

120 Gallon Helicopter Double Walled Fuel Tanks

120 Gallon Helicopter Double Walled Fuel Tanks

CNC Water-Jet Cut. Fabricated and Welded 5052-H32 Aluminum. Powder-coated White. Dry weight: 150 lb Volume: 120 gallons Max Fill Volume: 100 gallons (to allow for thermal expansion) Height: 40” Diameter: 37.5” Material: 1/8” AL Slings provided by Arctic Wire and...

Imager Housing Stand

Imager Housing Stand

CNC machined and turned parts with a Ceramic Cerakote finish. Graphite Black H-146Q  and Safety Orange H-243Q.

NDT Crawler inspection units

NDT Crawler inspection units

CNC machined and turned parts. Finishes used Ceramic Miroslick Cerakote C-110Q, Powder Coat Prismatic “Just Orange” PSS-4045 with “Casper Clear” PPS-4005.

Large HD Fabricated Structural Steel Skis

Large HD Fabricated Structural Steel Skis

We worked with Cruz construction to design and build a set of structural steel skis to mount underneath a flat deck trailer. We partnered with our sister company Triverus to complete the design and load calculations. Once this was complete we proceeded to water-jet...