These processes include machining, welding, cutting, forming, and the creation of machines, parts, and structures from various raw materials. The manufacturing operations needed to produce subcomponents for a turbine include metal fabricating, machining, casting, forging, electronics, heat treating, painting and grinding.
Our in-house fabrication shops provide opportunities to produce these customized components to advance wind turbines. Our machinists produce turbine blades, hubs, cones, housings and bearings — in addition to prototyping for new-machined components for heavy-duty wind turbines.
Whether you need custom metal fabrication or short run prototyping, our in-house fabrication shop engineers are able to meet your turbine component needs.