Hardinge T42 Spindle Rebuild

Grease lubrication, 5000 rpm

This spindle needed rebuilding because metal objects were caught between the back of the front flange and the front cover of the spindle. This caused damage to the front cover. We discussed the damage and the repair options with our customer and concluded that due to time and expense reworking the damaged cover was a better option for them than manufacturing new.

The rework of the front cover was completed in our machining department and the spindle was rebuilt in our clean room.



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