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9/22/2010

Video: Remote Spindle Vibration Analysis Explained

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A new remote spindle monitoring technology offers a way to predict spindle issues before they become major problems that adversely affect production.

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Shops running high-volume jobs are particularly interested in preventing machine downtime. A new remote spindle monitoring technology offers a way to predict spindle issues before they become major problems that adversely affect production. In this video, GTI Spindle’s president, Tom Hoenig, explains some of the ways remote spindle analysis can identify specific machine problems such worn bearings, unbalanced tools and low drawbar force.

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