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    Default Mazak 515/40 Repair

    Good Morning,

    I have a bunch of repairs to be done to my milling machine I am looking for the following information if possible to find.

    I have an issue with the bearings on the lead screw on the z axis to be replaced and was wondering if it could be purchase locally the official Mazak part number is E40TAB07DF0. Just wondering if this is a specially designed bearing from Mazak or a stock item from a local reseller .

    The spindle coolant pump has a pressure switch and it faults for no reason if I crack open the outlet and let it bleed it will remain active can this be repaired or does it have to be replaced?

    I noticed that the Way cover on the X axis the wipers are shot and I'm getting metal chips on the Guide rails but Mazak doesn't sell the wipers and I would have to purchase the complete covers a I would like to know if there's a place that makes them for purchase

    Best regards,
    Cookie

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    The thrust bearings should be available from most bearing houses. I think BUWW used to sell replacement wiper material. They had a list of profiles you match your old wipers to.
    When you get the bearings ask for the Kluber grease. I does not take much for the bearings, about half the bearing on each side.

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    Thanks for the info.

    The bearing number is a Mazak number my local bearing company said its not a actual part number they can reference. So I will order it and have the number for the next time it faults

    Just wondering how long do these bearings normally last before it needs to be changed?

    Eric


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