CNC Control Repair
If your industry involves manufacturing or fabrication, then CNC machines are part of the lifeblood of your business. But when there’s a problem with your CNC controller, operations can quickly come to a grinding halt! That’s why you should partner with AES. Our team can get your CNC machinery up and running again by providing you with reliable, effective, efficient CNC control repairs!
Connect with one of our friendly experts today, & let’s get the conversation started! AES is here to help!
Now to get started with our simple, proven AES Repair Process
Once we have received your item for repair, we will receive the item in our system.1
Our quoting specialists will evaluate your item and determine the parts and labor necessary to complete the repair.2
Following your approval, we will get to work on your repair. One of our repair technicians will troubleshoot the problem(s) with the item.3
To ensure the highest level of quality throughout the repair process, we comply with ISO 9001:2015, ISO 13485:2016 standards, and an ESD program.4
Once the repair is complete, we safely package your item and prepare the item for delivery or shipment.5
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What is a CNC Machine, & How Does It Work Exactly?
Computer Numerical Control (commonly abbreviated CNC) describes a type of industrial machinery that is used in the manufacturing, fabrication, cutting, and shaping of specific material components. A CNC system is essentially comprised of two parts: the mechanical tools and machinery which actually perform the work, and the electronic controls which direct them. In essence, the digital CNC controls program associated machinery and tell it what to do.
The general purpose of CNC machining is to take a blank piece of material like metal, wood, or plastic, and then work it, cut it, and shape it into a desired finished product. This process is often directed in a precisely-coded, automated fashion, making it much more efficient and precise than if the same work were completed by hand. Common material products crafted with CNC controls include steel, copper, aluminum, wood, plastic, and various foam molds. The machinery utilized to manipulate these materials can involve lathes, drills, presses, milling machines, laser cutters, plasma cutters, water jets, and more.
Some Common Sources of CNC Machine Failures
CNC machines are incredibly fast and efficient, but that doesn’t mean they’re foolproof. Just as is the case with other types of industrial machinery, CNC machines can develop some problems over time, which will require some maintenance and repair. The digital CNC controls themselves are sensitive electronic components which may occasionally require some recalibration, as well.
Issues with Tools or Settings
Sometimes the issue is something as simple as a tool becoming blunt or worn, and that particular tool just needs replacing. In other cases, it may be necessary to probe deeper in order to learn why a particular tool is becoming prematurely worn, or just isn’t functioning correctly. The issue may come down to some improper settings. For example, if a tool is moving too slowly, the material in question could be exposed to the tool longer than it needs to be, which can result in burning, scarring, or other problems with your products, your machinery itself, or both.
Sometimes a setting or template issue can be corrected mechanically, but the problem may lie with the programming of the CNC control itself. The coding or programming you have in place will directly determine how your machinery works, and whether or not it’s able to correctly create the desired finished product. If the programming is off, then the entire system will continue to malfunction. These are issues that the AES team can help to test, identify, and correct for you.
Poor, Irregular, or Improper Maintenance
In order to function properly, CNC machines require cleaning and lubricating on a regular basis. If this isn’t handled correctly, then dirt, fluids, or debris can build up over time. Not only can this hamper the performance of your machinery, but it can also lead to real – and sometimes even irreparable – damage. Overheating and air blockage are also common threats you’ll want to flag and take proactive steps to correct.
CNC Repair Services You Can Trust with AES
A broken CNC machine means lower production rates, missed shipping dates, strained customer relationships, and lost time & money. Repair is a cheaper option than replacement, but choosing the wrong service provider can delay your repair by weeks! Ready to get your production back on track? Choose AES!
Dedication to Quality Repairs
At AES, we’re committed to providing the highest possible quality of repair services for each and every client, big or small. A CNC repair can present some specific, and sometimes even unforeseen challenges – but we never let that discourage us. We welcome challenges like these, and we’ll continue to work on the problem until we find the very best solution for you.
Trained, Experienced Repair Professionals
There’s not a team in the business providing better comprehensive industrial electronics equipment repairs than the team at AES! Some of our repair technicians boast 30+ years of experience, and we’ve worked on a little of just about EVERYTHING. But we know that experience alone isn’t everything. That’s why we continue to invest in regular training opportunities for the benefit of our team, which ultimately benefits you as well!
Industry’s Best Warranty!
And here’s another game-changer when it comes to choosing AES. We believe in the quality of our services and workmanship so much that we provide a 24-Month Limited Warranty for ALL REPAIRS! If a problem arises within that time frame, which is related to the workmanship of AES, we’ll provide any needed follow-up service at no additional cost!
Need Fast, Affordable Repairs? That’s What AES Provides!
Why pay to replace an expensive CNC control or related piece of CNC equipment, when our team can repair it FOR LESS? One of the things our many clients like best about AES is the fact that they can count on us to come alongside and meet their repair needs, while also saving them some money in the process! We offer FREE evaluations and quotes for every repair service. In other words, we’ll give you a very specific idea of what your repair solution will involve, before you ever place your order. Plus, our prices are always competitive and fair.
A quality CNC equipment repair will take some time to complete, especially with the thoroughness of our testing protocols. But thanks to our team of cracker-jack professionals, not only can we do your job right, we can also get it done FAST. At AES, we offer a fast standard turnaround time of 8-10 business days for most projects, and we can also provide a RUSH turnaround time of 1-3 business days, if that’s what your schedule dictates!
Nobody Else Takes Care of You Like AES
When it comes to electronic & mechanical equipment testing, repair, & refurbishment, nobody takes better care of you than AES. We’re truly your “one-stop-shop” for anything and everything related to industrial equipment repair. We do way more than just work on CNC systems. We also have dedicated technicians who are trained to be able to work on practically every type of machine in every major specialty. And if we come across something we haven’t seen before, our in-house team of engineers joins in to help us create a needed solution. We’ve got you covered!
Ready to get your CNC machinery back online and running at full potential? AES is here to take care of you; reach out to us today at (866) 386-1001!