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Do You Need Servo Motor Repairs?
Trust The Experts At TigerTek!  

We focus on numerous types of industrial repairs and we also specialize in
SIEMENS Servo Motor Repair!
When your motor arrives, it is Surge and Hipot Tested.  If necessary it is cleaned and baked.  We then commission your motor on our SIEMENS SINAMICS S120 Drive. The motor information is either retrieved from the database or manually entered. 

We then test motor function fault, brake, encoder and thermisters.  If needed, the encoder is pulled and tested on our Heidenhain Tester to verify or clear stored codes. Motor is finally tested in forward and reverse for up to one hour.

TigerTek are the ultimate problem-solvers when it comes to Servo Motor Repairs. Our Servo Experts offer repair for servo motors , stepper motors, spindle motors and permanent magnet motors. With our expert staff and facilities, we can be your repair solution with quality and reliable SIEMEN repairs (we also service all other major brands).

TigerTek is dedicated to providing the highest level of quality possible, with a focus on turnaround time, customer service, extremely competitive prices, and one of the most comprehensive warranties available.

We've partnered with hundreds of clients across the US, from Fortune 500 companies to smaller organizations. We look forward to the opportunity to work with you - call us 24 hours a day at 1.(877) 623-1717 or
contact us for a free quote .
Christmas Facts 
Some Holiday Trivia 

Norwegian scientists have hypothesized that Rudolph's red nose is probably
the result of a parasitic infection of his respiratory system.
The Germans made the first artificial Christmas trees out of dyed goose feathers.
Each year more than 3 billion Christmas cards are sent in the U.S. alone.
All the gifts in the Twelve Days of Christmas would equal 364 gifts.
The "true love" mentioned in the song "Twelve Days of Christmas" does not
refer to a romantic couple, but the Catholic Church's code for God. The person
who receives the gifts represents someone who has accepted that code.
For example, the "partridge in a pear tree" represents Christ.
The "two turtledoves" represent the Old and New Testaments.
Most of Santa's reindeer have male-sounding names, such as Blitzen, Comet,
and Cupid. However, male reindeer shed their antlers around Christmas, so the reindeer pulling Santa's sleigh are likely not male, but female or castrated.
In A.D. 350, Pope Julius I, bishop of Rome, proclaimed December 25 the
official celebration date for the birthday of Christ.
According to the Guinness world records, the tallest Christmas tree ever cut
was a 221-foot Douglas fir that was displayed in 1950 at the
Northgate Shopping Center in Seattle, Washington.
The traditional three colors of Christmas are green, red, and gold. Green has
long been a symbol of life and rebirth; red symbolizes the blood
of Christ, and gold represents light as well as wealth and royalty.
The Christmas tree made its way to America in the 1830s but wasn't popular
until 1846, after Germany's Prince Albert brought it to England when he married
Queen Victoria. The two were sketched in front of a Christmas tree and the
tradition instantly became popular. Royal fever was real even back then.
Santa Claus is based on a real person, St. Nikolas of Myra (also known as
Nikolaos the Wonderworker, Bishop Saint Nicholas of Smyrna, and Nikolaos of Bari), who lived during the fourth century. Born in Patara (in modern-day Turkey), he is
the world's most popular non-Biblical saint, and artists have portrayed him more often than any other saint except Mary. He is the patron saint of banking, pawnbroking, pirating, butchery, sailing, thievery, orphans, royalty, and New York City.
Jingle Bells" was originally supposed to be a Thanksgiving song.
. The earliest known Christmas tree decorations were apples. At Christmastime, medieval actors would use apples to decorate paradise trees (usually fir trees)
during "Paradise Plays," which were plays depicting Adam and Eve's creation and fall.
Commissioned by Sir Henry Cole (1808-1883), British illustrator
John Callcott Horsley (1817-1903) invented the first Christmas card in 1843.

Common Servo Motor Types
Used in Industry Today 
Types of Servo Motors
Servo motors are classified into different types based on their application, such as AC servo motor, DC servo motor, brush-less DC servo motor, positional rotation, continuous rotation and linear servo motor etc. Typical servo motors comprise of three wires namely, power control and ground. The shape and size of these motors depend on their applications. RC servo motor is the most common type of servo motor used in hobby applications, robotics due to their simplicity, affordability and reliability of control by microprocessors.

DC Servo Motor
The motor which is used as a DC servo motor generally have a separate DC source in the field of winding & armature winding. The control can be archived either by controlling the armature current or field current. Field control includes some particular advantages over armature control. In the same way armature control includes some advantages over field control. Based on the applications the control should be applied to the DC servo motor. DC servo motor provides very accurate and also fast respond to start or stop command signals due to the low armature inductive reactance. DC servo motors are used in similar equipments and computerized numerically controlled machines.
Positional Rotation Servo Motor
Positional rotation servo motor is a most common type of servo motor. The shaft's o/p rotates in about 180o. It includes physical stops located in the gear mechanism to stop turning outside these limits to guard the rotation sensor. These common servos involve in radio controlled water, radio controlled cars, aircraft, robots, toys and many other applications.

Continuous Rotation Servo Motor
Continuous rotation servo motor is quite related to the common positional rotation servo motor, but it can go in any direction indefinitely. The control signal, rather than set the static position of the servo, is understood as the speed and direction of rotation. The range of potential commands sources the servo to rotate clockwise or anticlockwise as preferred, at changing speed, depending on the command signal. This type of motor is used in a radar dish if you are riding one on a robot or you can use one as a drive motor on a mobile robot.

Linear Servo Motor
Linear servo motor is also similar the positional rotation servo motor is discussed above, but with an extra gears to alter the o/p from circular to back-and-forth. These servo motors are not simple to find, but sometimes you can find them at hobby stores where they are used as actuators in higher model airplanes.

For help with servo motor sizing or other repair services for servo motors, TigerTek helps clients around the US with our industry-leading quality, experience, turnaround time & customer service, all at highly competitive prices. Contact us to ensure you get the proper servo motor size for your system and unparalleled workmanship.

If you have any questions on Servo Motors and repairs, give us a call at 1.(877) 623-1717 or contact us with your questions . 
Holiday Promotion 

We know the desire for new replacement and spare motors this holiday season, so we have some special pricing to bring some joy to your budget!

Call us today for special holiday pricing - 877.623.1717!
Kind Words
I want to express my sincere appreciation for the quick response to the emergency repair on the Imperial motor over this past week-end.  The professionalism is unmatched and is duly noted, especially when the job is made more difficult by the very special nature of the repair. Thanks again for a GREAT job!
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