The term “rebuild” refers to a complete overhaul of a machine to its original mechanical specifications. The mechanical components of the machine are cleaned, inspected, and rebuilt using either new or re-machined parts.
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Machine Rebuilding Services
As machine rebuilders, Precision Service MTR helps businesses extend the life of their equipment and keep them in pristine condition. Machine rebuilding, also referred to as remanufacturing, involves taking machines apart for cleaning, repair, or replacement purposes. Machine rebuilding can restore equipment back to its original manufacturing tolerances, resulting in like-new equipment with improved longevity.
Machine Rebuilding vs Repair
When a machine is repaired, only the damaged components are worked on. Rebuilding, on the other hand, is a more transformative process. It involves completely disassembling a machine to restore each of its functions to like-new form. Deciding whether to rebuild or repair a machine involves numerous considerations, particularly financial ones.
Since machinery is a significant investment for companies, a decision can be based on the return you can expect from your initial investment. In general, if a machine requires frequent costly repairs, opting for rebuilding might save you more money in the long term, while allowing you to extend the service life of your equipment. Machine rebuilding will restore your equipment’s systems and components, resulting in bringing your machine back to OEM specs..
Machine Rebuilding Process
Machine rebuilding services require comprehensive knowledge of equipment processes. The rebuilding process itself is complex and requires expertise in the machine’s alignments, hydraulic, mechanical, electrical, and control systems. During machine rebuilding, each system is disassembled, inspected, cleaned, and either repaired or replaced as required. The duration and complexity of the machine rebuilding process depend on the equipment being worked on.
In general, machine rebuilders perform five basic steps:
- Disassemble machine components completely to the machine’s base, clean, and inspect
- Way grind, scrape or replace linear guides. “Depending on machine”
- Rebuild or replace ball screw, spindles turrets and tool changer
- Repair all oil pumps, oil lines and meters ensuring proper flow
- Reassemble and test electrical components
Industrial Machines We Rebuild
Lathes are a type of subtractive manufacturing equipment that rotates and shapes raw materials horizontally. Precision Service MTR performs many lathe repairs and lathe rebuilds on many types of equipment, including:
- CNC lathes
- Multi-spindle lathes
- Turret lathes
- Toolroom lathes
- Grinding lathes, or grinders
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RESTORING YOUR MACHINE TO LIKE-NEW CONDITION
Precision Service technicians are experts in restoring the condition of your machine to its original operating condition. We understand that your machine is an important aspect of your everyday operations. This pushes us to work in a timely manner to repair or rebuild your machine to get it back in action as soon as possible, saving you time and money.
Getting your machine back to full production is simple! Just call Precision Service MTR where honesty is our policy. We will tell you the truth about what needs to be done and provide you with an honest quote. As a family owned and operated business, we are a Service Partner you can trust!
Featured Rebuild Projects
Common machine tool repair/rebuild operations Precision Service handles include
Replacement of parts
Spindle Repair and Rebuild
Ball Screw Repair and Replacement
Replacement of Linear Way
Machine, Grind, Hand scrape, and fit all moving machine surfaces
Ensure full bearing and accurate alignment
Apply Turcite, Moglice, or Phenolic
Replace Lubrication for longevity of the ways surfaces
Final testing and inspection
Test run to new machine standards
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