Manchester, NH (PRWEB) September 24, 2010
GTI Spindle Technology, Inc., (http://www.gtispindle.com), an expert on foreign and domestic machine tool spindle repair services, maintenance, and machine tool optimization has recently announced a new level of accuracy and precision, achieved by leveraging the latest in mobile technology.
Highlighting their ability to take advantage of the latest technology in order to deliver a higher level of accuracy and precision, GTI Spindle has adapted the Apple iPad into a tool to help them deliver more effective repair and preventative maintenance for machine tool spindles. Their iPad vibration analysis tool, which combines the latest in mobile technology with GTI Spindle’s own proprietary software, allows technicians to provide fast and cost efficient vibration analysis to complement on-site machine tool spindle repair services.
The provider of machine tool spindle repair services has also developed a remote wireless online condition monitoring system, developed in partnership with Incheck technologies. According to Lisa Bailey-Beavers, Vice President of Sales at GTI, “This remote monitoring system is revolutionary. It allows us to provide real-time status updates on machinery, so that if there’s ever an indication that a machine tool is underperforming, we can get in there and provide the necessary spindle repair services to bring it back to maximum capacity.”
Companies interested in learning more about GTI Spindle Technology's spindle repair services should call GTI sales at 888-473-9675, or visit the new GTI Spindle website at http://www.gtispindle.com/spindle-repair-services.html for more information.
GTI Spindle Technology with locations in Manchester, NH, Bloomington, IL, Romulus, MI and Pontiac, IL offers a variety of spindle repair services including failure analysis and corrective action programs, vibration analysis diagnostics and guaranteed cost savings programs. They inspect, repair and remanufacture spindles and other precision rotating assemblies including super precision high frequency, motorized, belt and gear driven spindles with emphasis on Japanese and European High Speed Machining Centers.