C & M Precision Spindle specializes in rebuilding cartridge spindles and understands the need for quick turn-around to limit machine downtime.

When your spindle arrives at our shop:

  • Spindle condition is documented
  • Spindle is cleaned, disassembled and the components are inspected
  • Cost / pricing is confirmed

After cost and lead-time are approved:

  • Spindle is assembled
  • Spindle is run-in
  • Spindle run-out, axial and radial movement is measured and documented
  • Spindle taper is reground if required
  • Spindle drawbar or actuator assembled and tested
  • Final run-in and dynamic balance is performed