Production Capabilities Range to Extremely Tight Tolerances
GREEN BAY, Wisconsin – MECA & Technology Machine Inc., one of the leading manufacturers of power transmission components in the United States, has the ability to supply extremely tight-tolerance gears for a wide range of applications.
“High-performance power transmission components are the lifeblood of our customers’ businesses,” said Mick Karchinski, Vice President of Sales. “The more horsepower driving the vehicle or machinery, the tighter the tolerances required for the power transmission components.”
Only the most precise manufacturing methods and equipment are capable of achieving tolerances as high as AGMA (American Gear Manufacturers Association) class 12. MECA & Technology Machine is one of only two shops north of Milwaukee that offers this service.
Components that cover an equipment’s lifecycle
MECA and Technology Machine’s technicians have the experience and equipment to produce power transmission components needed for every aspect of an equipment’s lifecycle. This includes new parts for existing equipment; replacement parts for restocking; prototypes; parts for rebuilds; and reverse engineering as needed.
“Our expertise ensures every power transmission component we produce meets the highest standards of performance,” Karchinski said. “We use a coordinate measuring machine (CMM) to accurately reproduce parts that are obsolete or hard to find.”
The company’s highly skilled machinists have the expertise to produce a wide range of gears:
- Backlash gear sets
- Cluster gears
- Clutch gears
- Gear segments
- Helical gears
- Internal spur gears
- Spur gears
- Worm gears
About MECA & Technology Machine
MECA & Technology Machine Inc. is an innovative manufacturer and engineering provider of tight-tolerance machined components, such as carbon fiber, steel, stainless steel and aluminum cylinders, gears, composite flexographic plate and bridge sleeves, aluminum and carbon fiber anilox sleeves, and mechanically engraved rolls for the industrial, flexographic, coating and converting industries. The company employs over 50 people at its facilities in Green Bay, Wisconsin.