Turbine Engine Assembly Systems
Engine Assembly Systems (EAS) for GE Engines
EAS Systems provide engine stack projection capabilities for high pressure compressor and turbine (HPCR and HPTR) builds. Also referred to as stack prediction, these systems allow operators to quickly and accurately measure individual turbine engine parts and precisely align component stacks the first time, ensuring the least amount of runout.
System form parameters include roundness, concentricity, perpendicularity, parallelism, and flatness.
Our TIR gages are versatile enough to measure a wide array of parts including in-process shop floor TIR measurements of shafts, gears, pistons, bearings, jet engine components, turbocharger and other precision machined or stamped parts. Each gage is also ideally suited to handle incoming part inspection for vendor compliance, optical lens inspection, alignment and assembly applications, and manufacturing process control. You can even make on-machine measurements although for best results and to avoid errors from your machine’s axis, we recommend measuring from a qualified axis or surface.Learn More
ABTech ffers a variety of accessories to fit your required mechanical needs. Tilt and center worktables, motor drives and controls, encoders and amplifiers, dual element filter/regulators, granite surface plates, standard and custom sized clear apertures and custom fixturing. Each of these accessories are tailored to fit your specific need. Please contact ABTech for any questions you may have.Learn More
Thanks a lot for your help. Your rapid, informative correspondence was invaluable. Hopefully I won't be bothering you with any further questions, but it's good to know you're willing. (following remote technical support provided for system installed at the South Pole)Morgan HedgesPost-doctoral Research Associate
Every product we sell exemplifies our company-wide commitment to "Pride in Precision" craftsmanship. To that end, all of our products are designed, manufactured, and tested exclusively by ABTech at our New Hampshire facility.