Fischer Now Repairing 3rd Party Spindles

With 85 years of experience in high-performance machine tool spindle design, in-house manufacturing and best-in-class repair services, FISCHER will formally introduce the expansion of its repair services and exchange programs for non-FISCHER spindle brands to the North American market at IMTS.

As Vice President Doug Kranz notes, "We have invested substantially in recent years in new machines, processes and, our most important asset, our people, to support our growth. Today, we can now offer our full battery of services to work on non-FISCHER spindles most commonly found on high performance, high precision machines."

Kranz further says that the company has curated a special niche in the machine tool market in North America, focusing on more complicated spindles that other repair shops may tend to avoid. "We pride ourselves in taking on the spindles many others stray away from."

For the immediate future, Kranz explains FISCHER USA will target Kessler spindles, commonly found on large format SW machines, typically used in the automotive market for high-production work. In addition, the company is focusing on Makino spindles for several lines of that builders' machines, specifically MAG3.

The MAG3 machines are used primarily in the aerospace sector, where FISCHER has a long history and strong presence directly with the aerospace manufacturers and their first and second tier suppliers.

Finally, FISCHER will target a repair and exchange program for Voumard multi-spindle, ID high-speed grinding machines. The company will maintain a pool of those spindles in stock, ready for immediate exchange with fast delivery and a competitive price point.

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