Full Service Machining, Fabrication & Assembly
From large scale Horizontal Boring Mill (HBM) to Machining projects, we can help. Need complete Machinery Building Services? We can do that, too.
We are a full service hydraulic and mechanical shop, complete with a substantial machine and fabrication shop. These capabilities enable us to manufacture or repair hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders and repair valves, pumps, motors, gear boxes and other hydraulic or complex mechanical equipment. We are particularly skilled at replicating hard to find parts or repairing machinery no longer supported by the original manufacturer.
Any service we provide to our customers that have any mechanical issues within one year of service, we will repair or replace our workmanship at no charge.
Full Line of State-Of-The-Art Equipment
Machining & Turning Capabilities • Manual Machining Capabilities • Welding and Fabrication • Short Run Productions • Honing • Value Added Services
Whatever the job calls for, Lightning Bay Pneu-Draulics can ensure that all related services are done to specifications and are of the highest quality.
Leading Edge Technology
Leading edge technology and our experienced machinists, along with a dedication to customer service, helps us to produce quality work that sets us apart from other machine shops in the area. If you have a machining (milling or lathe turning), welding or fabrication project … contact Lightning Bay Pneu-Draulics … we will work with you to provide you with the best product possible that meets your requirements.
Summit dealer Southern Machine Tool Rebuilders assisted with the installation and most recent purchase of the largest lathe in Lightning Bay’s shop, the Summit 42-14×360 manual lathe. The length and size of the machine made for a tricky installation. Steve Wendrick of Southern Machine Tool Rebuilders carefully planned and executed the difficult task.
Since trusting Summit with their business in 2012, Faye and his team at Lightning Bay have grown their Summit machine force from one to four machines. They confess their most valuable Summit machine is the 24-4×160 manual lathe. “But all are valuable to the company and our customers,” says Faye. “Without each one, we would not be able to provide the full array of services we currently offer.”