Archive | July, 2015

Doty 7-31-15 #1

From Raw Material to Final Form

Pictured below is a 4,000 pound piece of heated treated 4140 steel with an approximate 28″ diameter and 7″ thickness.     When placed on our VTL’s with our experienced machinists this begins to appear. The final product pictured below has now been reduced to about 1,500 pounds and will be shipped to a satisfied customer for use in […]

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Doty’s Community Involvement

In efforts to assist in the growth and development of our community, some of the employees at Doty Machine Works have offered to donate to the “Buy- A- Seat” program. Please Support the Adirondack Civic Center Coalition’s “Buy-a Seat” Campaign  The “Buy-a-Seat” Campaign provides an opportunity to have an engraved plaque attached to one or more of […]

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A Valued Employee

Pictured is Colton, another valued employee at Doty. He is diligently working to complete a stack of Carbon steel 4140 plate. He will machine them per the specs of one of our main customers in the pulp and paper industry. These particular plates are 32 inches in diameter and machined on Doty’s large VTL. He began with these:and […]

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Doty 7-10-15

A Hydro Unit In Process

Pictured below is Kevin, one of our skilled mechanics, disassembling a hub unit from Curtis Palmer Hydro in Corinth N Y. This hub is from Curtis unit 2. It is a 2.5 MW unit made in 1985.  It is being overhauled after 29 years of service generating power from the Hudson River. The experienced craftsman […]

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