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Machining Centre Opens For Shafting

Thomson has opened the 10,000-sq-ft Northeast Machining Centre in Long Island, NY, for delivery of its 60 Case shafting. The centre promises same and next-day shipment of the stainless or carbon steel...


April 1, 2010
By MRO Magazine
MRO Magazine

Thomson has opened the 10,000-sq-ft Northeast Machining Centre in Long Island, NY, for delivery of its 60 Case shafting. The centre promises same and next-day shipment of the stainless or carbon steel shafting, in quantities up to 25 pieces; for larger quantities this is subject to availability. Full random lengths are available up to 202 in. in diameters up to 50 mm (2 in.), or shafting can be cut to customer specifications. A full range of machining is offered, including special length and straightness tolerances, axial and radial holes, keyways, flats, diameter reductions, threaded shaft diameters, annealing, retaining ring grooves, machined joints, etc.

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