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MACHINE REBUILDING

With over 35 years in the machine maintenance industry, Wade Dynamics has developed and refined its intricate knowledge of machine rebuilding.  As the result of our hands-on work in the field of dynamic balancing, metallizing and vibration analysis, we are able to expertly rebuild your machinery. 

Our rebuilding process begins in the field with vibration analysis. Our highly trained technicians will analyze your machinery on-site to determine any repairs that are needed.  We can then disassemble your equipment, repair it on-site or back at our shop, and then reassemble the machine...properly.  We will then complete another vibration analysis to determine if all the problems were fixed and verify that the machine is now running within tolerance.  This final vibration analysis can then serve as a baseline report from which future vibration tests can be trended.

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  Rooftop exhauster,
  before rebuild.
Rooftop exhauster, after rebuild.
Completely rebuilt blower unit.

BROKEN TOOL REMOVAL

Tap extraction is the process of electrically disintegrating a broken tap, drill, bolt, screw or pin.  An alloy tube of various sizes is lowered drill-press style onto the broken component.  An electrical current then disintegrates the broken component until it crumbles and can be chipped out, leaving the threads/hole undamaged.
HISTORY
QUOTE
BALANCING
VIBRATION
PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE
METALLIZING
HIGH VELOCITY OXY FUEL
PLASTIC COATING
REPAIR SERVICE
PHOTO ALBUM
 

We can handle most size parts and can position our "Tap-Buster" machine at any angle to remove even the most difficult tools.  Some of the jobs we do on a regular basis are:

Engine Blocks
Pump Housings
Machine Frames
Rolls

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Disintegrating a broken tap in this flywheel.

E. D. M.

The technology of Electric Discharge Machining, or E.D.M., was developed to allow holes, threads and other shapes to be machined after a part was heat treated. This prevents warping which can occur as a result of cutting before heat treating.

By electrically burning a hole, shape, keyway or threads into a piece of material of any hardness with a custom-formed carbon electrode, a Wade Dynamics technician will expertly repair your part.

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E.D.M. of an oil hole in a lead screw
E.D.M. of an oil  hole in a pintle