CNC Machining of a Ductile Iron Waste Gas Elbow Assembly for the
Steel Mill Application
A customer in the steel mill industry contracted Davis Machine & Fabricating for the precision machining of the waste gas elbow assembly highlighted here. Utilizing an advanced CNC horizontal boring machine, ductile iron was expertly manipulated to meet the customer specified profile. A tolerance of ± 0.001" was achieved throughout machining. The unit was then deburred to remove unwanted machining debris, and assembled as per the supplied 2D drawings. The outer castings were finished with a coating of super high heat paint. The elbow assembly was subjected to full dimensional and visual inspections to maintain accuracy and quality.
Overall part dimensions of the 90°elbow were 35" in length, 35" in width, 32" in height, and a weigh of 1,800 lbs. 72 units were produced with an 8 week turnaround time and shipped to the customer in the North East USA. For more information about this waste gas elbow fabrication, or our other large part manufacturing and assembling capabilities please see the table below or contact us directly.
Highlights of this Waste Gas Machining
- CNC Machining Capabilities Applied/Processes
- Equipment Used to Manufacture Part
- CNC Horizontal Boring Machine
- Overall Part Dimensions
- 90 Degree Elbow, 35" x 35" x 32"
- Part Weight
- 1,800 lbs.
- Tightest Tolerances
- ± 0.001"
- Material Used
- Ductile Iron
- Material Finish
- Machined with Outer Casting Coated With Super High Heat Paint
- In process testing/inspection performed
- Dimensional Inspection, Visual Inspection
- Industry for Use
- Steel Mills
- Delivery/Turnaround Time
- 8 Weeks
- Delivery Location
- North East, USA
- Standards Met
- Customer Specifications, 2D CAD Drawing
- Product Name
- Waste Gas Elbow Assemblies