Fanuc repairK+S is the gold standard in the industrial repair service industry. We repair all types of machining equipment, including FANUC CNC machines, and serve clients in a wide array of industries, including automotive, aerospace, construction, and machining.

Our Repair Process

We offer ISO-certified repairs for all FANUC CNC components. Our repair process is as follows:

  1. You send your parts to us. Once we receive them, we take them out of their packaging, photograph them, and log them into our repair order tracking system.
  2. Our tracking system inputs any relevant information.
  3. We place an internal tracking barcode on the part to ensure it never gets misplaced during the repair process.
  4. Your part will go through our triage and evaluation area, where our technicians will determine the best course of action.
  5. You receive your quote. Once you approve our quote, we’ll assign it to a technician that’s best suited for your specific repair. We’ll also provide you with a Failure Analysis Report, which will let you know the primary cause of component failure.
  6. After the repairs are finished, our technicians will test the components in our closed-loop system.
  7. Once the test is complete, our operations supervisor will take a look at the repair and test report to ensure that all information is accurate.
  8. You will receive your part in the mail, including a copy of our repair and test report. The repair and test report will include the cause of failure, a list of components we replaced or repaired, and recommended installation instructions.

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Numerous parts of the system of a FANUC CNC controller could potentially develop issues, including the power controls, limit switch interfaces, servo motor drivers, protection circuitry or even the power source itself.

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Common Repairs

A runaway axis is one of the most common issues that require repairs. This means one axis on the machine travels too far and might crash.

Another common problem with CNC machines is a stuck axis. The machine has to be able to move on all three planes: x, y, and z. Slides that are out of alignment and obstructions in the machine are common causes of this particular problem.

Lastly, one common issue with CNC controllers is a broken emergency stop loop, which is when the controller thinks there is a safety hazard when there isn’t. If you’ve already disengaged your emergency stop switches and noticed that the ready light is blinking after the controller is enabled, then you are most likely experiencing a broken emergency stop loop.

If you’re not sure what type of repair you need for your CNC machine, contact K+S services today. We specialize in FANUC CNC repairs.

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K+S is your top choice for reliable FANUC repairs. We operate in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe, have a team of highly qualified, ISO-certified technicians, and have been providing FANUC CNC repairs for three decades. To learn more about our services or to request a quote, please fill out our online form.

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