Heavy Machining Capabilities
AT&F’s commitment “We Invest In Customer Success” is illustrated by its investment in large-scale heavy fabrication and machining equipment. The CNC horizontal boring mill on AT&F’s campus in Cleveland provides AT&F customers access to critical functions of heavy machining – milling, boring, drilling, and threading (40′ X-axis x 14′ Y-axis x 6′ Z-axis). AT&F also offers its stainless steel, carbon, and alloy material fabrication customers a new vertical boring mill that features a 360-degree rotary table with a diameter of more than 16 feet and a load capacity of 160 tons. Capabilities include a 30-foot swing and more than 8 feet of ram travel.
The boring mills are housed alongside colossal plate rolls and press brakes in a facility that has 100-ton lift capacity, 25′ doors, and rail siding access. By offering capital investments in heavy machining, AT&F can fabricate parts from start to finish, allowing customers to reap the efficiency gains of custom fabricating, high-precision machining and shipping components all from one location. Extending our machining capacity, AT&F Wisconsin is also capable of heavy machining.
According to Ken Ripich, EVP of AT&F, “Our customers require highly precise fabrications ready for assemble. AT&F leads the industry with state-of-the-art technology and services that greatly benefit our customers. Adding machining to our services provides our customers with a supplier able to fabricate parts from start to finish. Our customers demand and deserve the highest quality products available and AT&F is more prepared than ever to provide them.”
Our horizontal boring mill capabilities include:
- 100-ton rotary table and floor plate capacity
- Travel size: 40′ X-axis x 14′ Y-axis x 6′ Z-axis
- 7″ spindle
- Ability to handle cylinders up to 15 feet in diameter
- 360° table rotation
Our vertical boring mill capabilities include:
- CNC Control System
- Live Spindle on Vertical Ram
- Y-axis Table Movement
- Rotary 360° Indexing Table (with Outriggers)