Essex Machine Works, Inc. According to Wilson W. Cross, president of Essex Machine Works, Inc. When not under sail, the foot-long Eagle, which serves Coast Guard Academy instructors and cadets as a seagoing classroom, utilizes her cylinder, 1,hp Caterpillar diesel engine to drive her at about 10 knots. Turning an eightfoot- diameter propeller, her new shaft is almost nine inches in diameter, over 20 feet long and weighs 1. Her new shaft will replace what is believed to be one installed more than 50 years ago at her launching.
Essex Machine Works Delivers New Steel Propeller Shafts For Coast Guard's 'Eagle'
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The remanufactured machine can outperform the new machine for less money. In the past, that wasn't always the case, but today, with the advanced CNC, motor, drives and technology available, a machine can actually be made to run better than when it was new. Superior positioning and new way liner materials with heightened feedback and accuracy make the remanufactured VTL's technology advanced in a way that was simply impossible, in bygone days. Another of the key components used to achieve the highest levels of functionality on the remanufactured VTLs is a power drawbar from OTT-Jakob, a leading supplier in Europe. As this drawbar design is relatively recent, it marks another example where the remanufactured VTLs with the advanced drawbar actually brings the machine tool to a higher level of performance than when it was new, the company said.
It was built in and added to the National Register of Historic Places in The Essex Company was incorporated on March 20, for the purpose of creating a manufacturing town on the Merrimack River. The town eventually became Lawrence. To attract manufacturers, the Essex Company dammed the river with the Great Stone Dam and created a canal to provide a power source for the future businesses.