Complete refurbishment of a federal ship’s propulsion system shafts and hubs. All machining, disassembly & assembly, and manufacturing met ABS and OEM approvals.
The pintle and bushings were damaged beyond repair and needed replacement. Our team precision machined the new parts to meet all technical specifications, including critical diameters, TIR, and surface finish.
This winch system has sustained severe surface damage and is no longer operating efficiently. With precision machining, our team restored the worn out surface and dimensions.
Large cruise ship needed emergency repair of its stabilizer assembly. A total of 10 components were precision machined, meeting all technical specifications and critical timeline.
Our team precision machined the propeller blade for a container ship transporting critical supplies to Alaska. We met all technical specifications and delivered the part within the drydock schedule.
Comprehensive shaft repair for a global ship owner and operator. The propulsion shaft had three liners that were severely worn out and each one had a different interference fit that required precision machining. With stringent specifications and critical timeline, an engineering approach was needed from start to finish.
The liners for this propulsion shaft aboard the Kilo Moana, a research vessel operated by the University of Hawaii were severely damaged. Western Machine Works manufactured the new liners and the shaft was certified refurbished by ABS (American Bureau of Shipping).