Eccentric Turning Services
Belrick specializes in turning off-center or “eccentric” parts up to 24” in diameter. One method of producing eccentrics utilizes a programmable eccentric chuck that is actuated by turning centers and can be set precisely to the amount and orientation of the offset.
When used on a twin spindle turning center, we can orientate multiple eccentric journals to each other. Using the Y-axis milling capabilities of our Doosan Puma 2000SY, we have been able to precisely time eccentric diameters to:
- Gear Teeth
- Oil Holes
We have also developed other methods for working with off-center parts. For instance, we have milled and externally bored eccentrics on castings.
Typical Eccentric Turning Parts
Over the years, we’ve used eccentric turning to produce:
- Eccentric Shafts
- Eccentric Bushings
- End Covers