Frequently Asked Questions

What does “Total Manufacturing Capabilities” mean?

York-Seaway has always tried to make it easier for our customers to rely on a single source for their needs. We pride ourselves in working with a “Circle of Suppliers” who compliment the machining functions at our facility thus helping us achieve the goal of being a “Turn-key” supplier to you. This allows us to provide your company with any gearing, deep-hole drilling, heat-treating, plating or casting requirement, which may be required.

What type of production machining do you have and are there any limitations to the lot sizes?

We have CNC Horizontal Machining Centers, CNC Veritcal Machining Centers and large CNC Turning Centers. Normally, we can run lot sizes up to 1000 pieces.

How large of an assembly can you build?

We are presently limited to 30,000#, however we do use riggers to rig out any assembly which after being fully assembled is in excess of our lifting capabilities.

I see you can manufacture or maching a large variety of parts, both large and small, but what if my parts require welding or fabrication?

We handle all of our plate burning, welding and fabrications. Machining and welding go hand-in-hand in the world of manufacturing. Our fabrication equipment is located adjacent to our machining area so the material flow and process control is efficient between departments.

What is the largest shaft or roll you can manufacture at your facility?

We can manufacture any shaft or roll up to 315″long by 38″diameter. Any heat-treating of surfaces, grinding, plating etc. can also be included if required for your needs.

Sometimes we have parts, which are no longer available from the OEM. Can you make a duplicate of our old part?

Yes. Most times if we have the old component, or pieces of it, we can reverse engineer them into a new component. Material composition and surface hardness will be matched as close as possible after analyzing the chemisty of the parts. We will also, with the use of a CMM (Coordinate Measuring Machine), make drawings for future requirements.

What about packaging and handling of our parts?

After all points of inspection are completed, your product will be wrapped for protection then packaged, boxed, skidded, or crated to your specifications.

How do I get to your facility?

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