3rd Party Spindle Repairs - IBAG

Do you need a spindle partner with experience across multiple spindle brands?

FISCHER USA has been successfully repairing IBAG spindles commonly found in Automotive, Mold and Die, Aerospace, and high-volume production applications. We have found our customers enjoy the best-in-class service, quick reaction time, local support, and best overall value that we have to offer.

Over the past several years, we have expanded our offerings to dozens of IBAG spindle models for many applications. So why would you want FISCHER USA to be your dedicated spindle partner?

  • You will get the same great support and service just as if it were our own spindle brand.
  • We provide a 12-page, detailed failure report to help support root cause analysis to potentially increase the service life of your spindle.
  • Free access to our Spindle Hotel on the grounds of FISCHER USA should you wish for us to store your spindle and re-certify it annually.
  • Our pricing is competitive, most often less expensive than going back to the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer).
  • We have invested in inventory; we stock spare parts and have many IBAG-specific spare parts on hand for quick turnaround.
  • We have the in-house capability to refurbish the shaft, remanufacture or refurbish the housing, bearing carriers, and other key parts to truly bring the spindle back to like-new OEM specifications.
  • Your spindle is tested in a closed loop, including all functions like tool change cycles and acc/dec cycles just as used in your application.

FISCHER not only repairs brands like IBAG, but also spindles from Kessler, Renaud, GMN, Weiss, Makino, and StepTec, to name a few.

If you are looking for a partner you can trust, with over 80 years solely focused on perfect rotation and best-in-class customer service, consider FISCHER USA to be your spindle partner.

We would love any opportunity to work with you. Please contact us today!

IBAG Spindle before repair from FISCHER


IBAG Spindle after repair from FISCHER


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