Pictured below are the various angles of a expertly machined valve block. This particular piece came in as a block of Grade 70 steel. After 200-300 hours, on 5 different machines, our talented machinists have completed this piece for our customer to be used in a pulp and paper facility.
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Pictured here is the main block for the valve station. It comes into the shop as a solid piece of steel. It is machined square then headed to a horizontal mill to drill bolt patterns and spot the through bore in the proper location. After spotting the through bore, it is spade drilled on the vertical […]
Pictured below is a piece of equipment machined for one of our major customers, Andritz. This particular piece is a valve station cylinder block. It is produced from Gr516 steel. It was meticulously machined on Doty’s Vertical Turret Lathe by Colton, our talented young machinist.
Below are the before and after pictures of a 1980 Ball Valve that has been transformed to look like new. This particular piece was machined by our talented VTL machinist to within a 1,000th of an inch. Just another example of manufacturing at its finest.
Pictured below is a 68″ stainless steel stator plate which was machined for a refiner in the pulp and paper industry. This particular piece was created by our skilled machinist with tolerances of within 1,000th inch. It was completed using Doty’s Vertical Turret Lathe as well as the Horizontal Boring Machine. Doty continues to strive for exceptional quality.