We work with just about any form of shaft. Repair or make new.   (Click image to expand)

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Is Shaft Repair a Possibility?

Shaft repair from the experts at Badger Precision refers to the repair of a shaft when it has become worn down because of environmental, hydraulic, or mechanical exposure. Metal friction can damage a shaft as can corrosive fluid. A worn shaft can be due to overload mechanism and fatigue. Damaged or worn shafts need urgent shaft repair in order to prevent machine failure or pump loss.

How to Know if a Shaft Needs Repair

Shaft repair done in a timely manner can prevent scrap costs and unnecessary downtime. You will know that your shafts are badly worn when you notice any of the following signs, such as:

  • Intolerance machining is leading to components becoming loose

  • Axial loading is noticeably higher than your original calculations

  • Inappropriate loads or inadequate interference is causing spun bearings

  • Shafts are being used at higher operating temperatures

The materials out of which shafts are made are not fully ductile or brittle. Therefore, intolerant overload can lead to distorting and twisting. At Badger Precision, we use the latest technology to repair a number of different shafts. Our focus is always on customer satisfaction and we guarantee that you will be more than pleased when you see your like-new or better shaft following repair.

To find out more about how we can restore your parts with quality shaft repair, call us today for a quote at (715) 229-2828 or (800) 229-0381. If you like, you can also send your questions and requests via email to badgerprecision_acct@yahoo.com.