A Single Source Repair Partner
Maximize your production.
Dedicated Engineering Support
Atlas Machine and Supply’s engineering team is one of our biggest differentiators. Our applications engineering team has decades of collective knowledge in materials, industrial repair, and machinery of all types. Our applications engineers manage nearly every project in the Machine Shop Division, from initial contact to billing. Our CAD and R&D engineering teams can design, reverse engineer, or re-design nearly any piece of machinery presented to them.
In-House Machining and Repair
Our Louisville facility houses one of the most comprehensive manufacturing and repair operations of its kind. Capabilities include engineering, assembly/disassembly, machining, welding, grinding, thermal spray, metrology, balancing and more.
On-Site Machining and Repair
It is not always practical to bring the project to us. In that case, we’re always prepared to bring the Atlas shop to you. Atlas’ Field Services Division can tackle any project, anywhere in the world. We have a full team of field machining specialists that includes skilled field machinists, field project engineers and welders, mechanics, and field metrologists.
Steel Mill Solutions
Atlas has dedicated years to the research and development of new processes for quickly and cost-effectively refurbishing pot rolls and equipment and on methods of manufacturing bridle rolls and furnace rolls to outlast everything on the market. Everything we offer translates to longer campaign life, less downtime, and reduced rebuild expense.
There are very few exceptions to the industries in which Atlas has played a hand over the past 100+ years. For every physical product that exists, there is likely a tool or machine that was required to make it, and for every tool or machine, there is a component that can fail or will eventually wear out, and thus will require replacement or repair - that's where we want to be your partner for on site solutions.
Achieving Journeyman certification is often compared by industry to receiving a college degree. Both the Apprenticeship Program and college require about the same amount of time, but the big difference centers around the cost. College students often acquire thousands of dollars in school debt. Participants of the Atlas program, on the other hand, have no such debt. The company pays for the classroom instruction and for the participants’ employment while they work at Atlas and continue to learn on the job.
A sudden major breakdown at a U.S. steel mill reduced its production by 50%--potentially costing the mill hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost..