Advanced in-situ machining and metal-stitching repair solutions
In the marine sector, every time a machinery component is worn out or damaged, an important decision needs to be made: To either repair or replace the component with a new one.
Factors such as technical or operating possibilities, lead time for a replacement component, size or weight of the damaged component, the downtime required for the replacement works, loss of revenue, cost of the repairs etc need to be carefully evaluated before deciding to repair or replace a key component with a new one.
- Possibilities and benefits of repairing a damaged machinery component with advanced in-situ machining, instead of replacing it.
- Possibilities and benefits of repairing a damaged machinery component with metal stitching, instead of replacing it.
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