"Can 'oo men' my dollie?" "This artwork by Jessie Currie hangs in our office and symbolizes the origins of the job shop/machine shop."
Industrial Services of Wilson NC Hey there, come on in the house. Let me help ya with all that. Set everything right here on the table. How ya been, good to see ya. So you bent this shaft, be cheaper to make another rather than straighten this one, we’ll make new keys to boot. Alright then, how bout this bracket, looks like we need to knock these worn bushings out and press in some new ones, we can do that. Now what's wrong with this big ole pulley – oh I see – the bearings locked up and wore out the bore, we’ll weld it up and bore it back to size no problem. And these sprockets here, bore and key them like we did last time, sure thing. Say you need it all by tomorrow – that shouldn’t be a problem either. I’ll bring it all to you probably before lunch.
This is how you will be greeted when you walk into Industrial Service. Since 1982 we have offered our customers the friendly atmosphere of an old machine shop from days gone by. Through the years, we have kept the time honored business practices of quality work, speedy delivery, and cost saving tips to our customers as the foundation for our company. Come by and see either Buddy Manning or Amos Tucker and let us help you with your machining needs.
We do your basic job shop machining like...
turning shafts and
But we can also...
fabricate large Rollers....
as well as small ones.
Take old pumps
and make them new again.
We do precision grinding of steel and carbides.
ACME threads? "Not a problem."
Repair large pulleys. (26" pulley being repaired.)
These parts had to be line bored for extreme accuracy.
Worn bearing journals welded up and machined back to specs.
Stainless steel tig welding.
Large fabricated rotary cutter.
Example of the shafts we fabricate.
We also make small gears.
We strive to make all repairs better than the original part,
as shown here on this 24" aluminum pulley,
where we enlarged the center hub by five inches.
After welding each V-groove is machined true to the bore.
Other times we redesign a part to improve it.
These weldments take the place of castings that were breaking.
Two large machined and welded parts that replace castings.
A left and a right machined part that replaced castings.
As a hobby Amos repairs old blacksmithing tools such as this anvil. (before)
Old anvil after repair.
Whether your technology is old or new, we have the artisians and skilled technicians to do the job.
Our largest roller repair to date....
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Our most interesting job to date.
Repairing the "Lady of the Lake" from "Herman Park" in Goldsboro NC.
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