Service Steps at SMZ

  • Feb 1, 2019 

    First step 

    • The custo­mer sends the spindle to SMZ.
    • The spindle is recor­ded in our system database.
  • Feb 1, 2019 

    Second step 

    Recep­tion inspection

    • Control of the actual state with testing of the pull-in force, electri­cal compon­ents such as motor, rotary encoder and sensor tech­no­logy. Testing of the cooling flow, measu­ring of radial and axial runout.
    • If possi­ble, short test run on our test stand.
    • If necessary, the spindle can be disassembled.

  • Feb 1, 2019 

    Third step 

    Disas­sem­bly of the spindle

    • Incl. inspec­tion of electri­cal compon­ents, measu­ring of indi­vi­dual parts, fault analy­sis and repair reporting.

  • Feb 1, 2019 

    Fourth step 

    • Detailed cost esti­mate to the customer
    • After appro­val by the customer
  • Feb 1, 2019 

    Fifth step 

    Assem­bly of the spindle with all compo­nent parts and spare parts

    • Clea­ning of the compo­nent parts
    • Dyna­mic balan­cing of the spindle shafts to keep vibra­ti­ons as low as possi­ble in advance.
      Balan­cing quality G=2.5

  • Feb 1, 2019 

    Sixth step 

    Test run

    • Fully auto­ma­tic test run with measu­ring and moni­to­ring of tempe­ra­ture, lubri­ca­tion, speed and vibra­ti­ons up to 180,000 – 1min and a rated current up to 250A for synchro­nous and asyn­chro­nous motors

  • Feb 1, 2019 

    Seventh step 

    Final inspec­tion

    • Final inspec­tion of the spindle for quality and accuracy.
    • Crea­tion of a test proto­col for the custo­mer and the system database

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