Titletown Manufacturing welding and fabrication
Written by Chris Fuss

Welding and fabrication expertise leads to finished products

Titletown Manufacturing performs multiple capabilities under one roof

Titletown Manufacturing’s expertise in welding and fabrication offers customers a single-source option for creating finished products. The combination of our team’s skill set and the high-quality equipment in our shop delivers orders that meet the precise standards our customers require.

Machining, welding and fabrication are key services that differentiate Titletown Manufacturing from shops that need to outsource one or the other. This streamlines our process, shortens turnaround times, and enables us to have a direct control of quality control.

We perform MIG and TIG welding as appropriate and are proficient at welding materials as thin as 1/16 of an inch. Our welding capabilities include producing weldments that are square and to specification, ranging from 1 x 1 x 1 inch up to 6 feet by more than 200 inches in length.

Welding and fabrication of a variety of materials

Titletown Manufacturing’s welding and fabrication services extend beyond merely cutting and bending of thin sheet metals. We have the capability to pre-machine parts prior to welding as well as perform finish machining after welding to provide parts complete to specifications.

We use equipment such as a CNC boring bar and the Mazak FH 6800 machining center to work with aluminum, mild steel, high-carbon steels, stainless steel and bronze. These high-level machines enable us to handle parts that are larger than the capabilities of many traditional milling machines.

Our team also assists customers with production runs for metal parts, and we have access to high-quality testing resources if needed to confirm we’re meeting your specifications for all welding and fabrication projects.

About Titletown Manufacturing, LLC

Titletown Manufacturing, LLC, is a trusted metal machining and fabrication shop with over 60 years of experience in CNC machining, welding, grinding, assembly and reverse engineering for a wide range of industrial customers throughout the region. The company employs more than 30 people at its facility at 1252 Marine Street in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

For more information on Titletown Manufacturing or to request a quote, please go to https://www.titletownmfg.com or call 920-435-9074.

Titletown Manufacturing CNC boring bar
Written by Chris Fuss

CNC boring bar delivers precise machining for larger jobs

Titletown Manufacturing can finish jobs beyond the capabilities of most machines

The CNC boring bar in Titletown Manufacturing’s Green Bay, Wisconsin, shop represents a major step up in terms of the job types we can deliver for our customers. This high-horsepower machine can machine larger weldments and framework for parts well beyond the scope of traditional milling machines.

Our highly skilled machinists use the CNC boring bar for a wide range of parts. With a 55 x 70-inch rotating table, and 19.6 inches of spindle travel, this machine can easily accommodate parts 12 x 12 x 12 inches up to 60 x 72 x 200 inches. Because of its enhanced capabilities, we use the CNC boring bar for both high-production and low-production runs as needed.

Machining larger frames for assemblies is a common task for the CNC boring bar, along with larger main components for those assemblies. Weldments are an ideal fit for Titletown Manufacturing, as we can fabricate large weldments in house, then machine them to required tight tolerances on our CNC or manual boring bar.

CNC boring bar features removable guarding for extra-long parts

One of the major benefits of our CNC boring bar is its removable guarding. This allows our team to complete the end work on parts as long as 200 inches that otherwise would fall beyond the capabilities of our enclosed vertical milling machines and horizontal milling machines.

Titletown Manufacturing CNC boring bar 2With tools large enough to produce 60-inch bores, the CNC boring bar can handle chip loads and other jobs that most machines can’t handle. The added precision of CNC programming brings the tight tolerances typically found in smaller jobs to these larger projects.

We use the CNC boring bar for a wide range of jobs, including paper converting machinery, milling work on larger rolls, framework for reels used to hold the steel anchor cables for ships, motor brackets, and general assembly framework.

Are you a machinist or welder interested in a new challenge? Visit our website to inquire about job openings.

About Titletown Manufacturing, LLC

Titletown Manufacturing, LLC, is a trusted metal fabrication shop with over 60 years of experience in CNC machining, welding, grinding, assembly and reverse engineering for a wide range of industrial customers throughout the region. The company employs more than 30 people at its facility at 1252 Marine Street in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

For more information on how the CNC boring bar at Titletown Manufacturing can help your next project or to request a quote, please go to https://www.titletownmfg.com/or call 920-435-9074.

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