Throughout my experience working in Industrial Plants and Machine Shops I have come across many different Mechanical Assemblies. I began my career in 1994 as a Milwright's helper. I began my apprenticeship in an Extrusion Plant.
After this I began working in an Industrial Repair shop. We Repaired Mechanical Brides and inspection trolley. I learned how Mechanical Functions operate on a large scale as a Mechanical Welder. Some years later I began Working in a Machine/Fabrication Shop that developed mechanical prototypes.
Here I also learned how to build Jigs and Assemble Weldments for production. If you have a project that requires Mechanical Assembly or Mechanical Repair call me. If you need a Jig built or want me to build one for Production or Manufacture of parts I can do that also.
This Mechanical Assembly I built was for a medical company that used this unit to tumble surgical screws. The aluminum canisters are dual action. What can't be seen is the actual mechanical rotation of each individual barrel as the main disc they are mounted to spins them all creating the tumbler effect.