Mori Seiki NH5000 Spindle Repair

Mori Seiki has been a mainstay in the machine tool world since 1948. They are known for quality and reliability. Mori Seiki spindles share the same qualities as the Mori Seiki machine. Mori Seiki spindles are built with longevity and quality in mind. Mori Seiki invests heavily in updating their spindle designs and provides it’s customers with one of the best machine tool spindles on the market today.

Northland Tool & Electronics repairs most every type of Mori Seiki spindle including Mori Seiki turning center spindles, Mori Seiki vertical machining center spindles, Mori Seiki multi axis turning center spindles, Mori Seiki horizontal machining center spindles and Mori Seiki CNC Lathe spindles.

Common Problems With Mori Seiki Spindles

Here are just a few of the actual failures we have found in Mori Seiki spindles. Mori Seiki spindles are very well built from the OEM and usually last for extended periods of time but eventually they wear out from use.

Some Mori Seiki spindles are made with specialty bearings that are designed to allow better lubrication flow to the raceways. Many independent spindle rebuilders modify the lubrication delivery system to allow them to use cheaper bearings. Northland Tool & Electronics only uses bearings that have the same design and quality characteristics as the OEM originals.

Northland Tool & Electronics is capable of repairing most every Mori Seiki spindle made including damaged ceramic tapers, damaged drive dogs, crashed spindles, electrical issues and most every cause of failure that may happen.

When sending in your Mori Seiki spindle for repair please include all of the rotating parts including the drawbar system. We like to balance everything as an assembly and make sure the drawbar system is functioning properly and has the correct tool holding force.



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