Machining and Welding

 

Ellwood Group, Inc. business units have the capability to rough or finish machine components.  The process of machining removes excess material from a workpiece using a machine tool.  Welding unites or fuses (as pieces of metal) by hammering, compressing, or similar, especially after rendering soft by heat, and sometimes with the addition of fusible material like or unlike the pieces to be welded.

There are hundreds of machine tools within EGI companies having unique capabilities for turning, milling, boring, honing, grinding, polishing and drilling. 

Several business units offer welding.  Ellwood Crankshaft Group specializes in the ability to weld on counterweights.  Weld-on counterweights are heat treated to ensure through hardening of the weld post.  ECG’s welders are qualified and certified per AWS structural welding code, D 1.1.  Weld processes as well as welding consumables are approved by major Marine Classification Societies.  

Ellwood Machining and Welding utilizes a full-service, nine-station computerized welding cell for robotic, submerged arc and manual welding, inlay and overlay.