Happy Anniversary to John that completed 38 years with us on August 10th.
What happens when an important part of a machine has metal that is badly distorted? Do you have to search for and buy a new part, or can it be repaired? After all, metal isn’t something that can be easily bent back into shape. Well, the answer is, yes, it can be repaired. In the […]
It is with great sadness that we have learned of the passing of our dear friend, Dudley Moordigian. We send our thoughts and prayers to his family. He will be missed.
VECO Technologies was founded in 1976 by Jeff Vincent. Today he is usually found at his computer designing projects as one of our Engineers. But, who is he? Jeff was that kid who was drawn to all things mechanical. His mother used to say that when he wandered off, she would listen for the nearest […]
For 1982 and 1983 the Camaro Z-28 and Firebird Trans-Am used a mechanical clutch actuated by a bell-crank arm. This arm connects the foot pedal (on the frame end) to the clutch bearing arm (on the transmission end). These arms are a known failure point. Because the cars were produced for only two years the […]
HOW TO REPAIR A 1947 GEAR : Most of the time a machine shop will get a shaft to duplicate or some sort of mechanism to repair that is very straight forward. But what happens when your customer calls with something more challenging? During normal maintenance this gear was found to be damaged. We were […]
VECO Technologies opened in 1976 as a small one-man shop. Work was mostly automotive. As the years went on, and with an engineering background, we evolved into what we are today. As our shop foreman stated, “We are problem solvers. You have a problem? We’ll solve it”. VECO can take any need that you may […]