Welcome to Superior Ball Screw Repair. We have built our company’s reputation around quality and integrity. Our focus is to provide our customers with top quality rebuilt ball screws, excellent customer service, along with the fastest possible turn around time. Choosing between rebuilding or replacing your ball screw can often be a difficult decision for you to make. Sometimes a new ball screw is the right choice depending on price and availability, but usually it is wiser to have it reconditioned, saving you money and down time. Why wait weeks or months for a new OEM ball screw assembly? Send us your worn or damaged ball screw and have your machine operational again within days. Email or call us toll free at 1-800-594-3404 for an estimate and we will be glad to answer any questions.
We Specialize in Rebuilding Ball Screws. When you receive your rebuilt ball screw assembly from Superior Ball Screw Repair Company, it will look and perform as well as or better than a new one. We do the job right, which is why we are able to offer our customers rebuilt ball screws with a 1 year warranty. We have developed a unique and successful repair process that sets us apart from our competition. Specializing allows us to offer our customers the best value and unbeatable turn around time. Choose from our Standard 5 Day Service, our Expedited 2 Day Service, or our Re-Ball Only Service
We Rebuild All Brands and Sizes. We repair inch & metric ball screws from any type of machine in almost any diameter. From miniature ball screws less than 2 inches long to very large 30 feet or more, no job is too big or too small for Superior Ball Screw. From high precision grinding machines to CNC routers, we rebuild them all.
Evaluating Your Ball Screw. The same day we receive your ball screw, we will perform an initial inspection to determine if it is rebuildable and how much it will cost. There is no charge for our evaluation. At this time we will contact you and give you a guaranteed price for rebuilding your assembly and the actual date that your rebuilt screw will be shipped. No further work will be performed until we get your go ahead.
How Much Does a Rebuilt Ball Screw Cost? There are thousands of different types and sizes of ball screws so pricing varies. We can estimate your cost if you provide us with some general information about your ball screw assembly. An estimate of the ball screw’s length and major diameter, the type, make, & model of machine it is in, and the type and make of the ball screw is all helpful information we can use to determine an estimated cost. Typically, you will save 50% or more with a rebuilt ball screw compared to the cost of a new one. Call us for an estimate or send us your ball screw and we will evaluate it for free and give you a guaranteed price up front.
Rebuilding Process. Each ball screw assembly we recondition goes through our step by step rebuilding process. Of course, all ball screws are not alike. Each screw receives special attention where it is needed most. Some ball screws require certain parts replaced rather than reconditioned. Often we must custom make parts for ball screws when replacement parts are not available.
—Inspection: Check the ball screw and ball nut for wear and damage (brinelling and corrosion) on the thread radius. Check the ball screw for straightness. Inspect the ball return system for wear and damage. Check the ball screw for damage on the keyways, bearing journals, and bearing nut threads.
—Repairs: Make any repairs necessary to the ball screw, ball nut, returns, bearing journals and any other worn or damaged parts. Make or replace any parts damaged beyond repair.
—Regrinding and Lapping: Regrind (if necessary) and lap the thread radius of the ball screw and ball nut.
—Cleaning and Refinishing: Clean and refinish all parts to like new condition.
—Assembly: Assemble the ball nut and ball screw to the correct preload using custom sized high quality grade 10 chrome steel balls. Spacers are ground for precision fit. Install wipers (seals) and apply lubrication.
—Testing and Final Inspection: The ball screw is put through a series of tests and then final inspection to ensure quality, precision, and durability.
20th Century Machine Co (SKF) (MI, USA) - 20th Century Machine SKF/TCM
ABBA Linear Tech Co Ltd (SKF) (Taiwan) - SKF/ABBA
Barnes Industries Inc (MI, USA) - Barnes
Bosch Rexroth (IL, USA) (Germany) - Rexroth
Danaher Motion - Danaher
Eichenberger Gewinde AG (Switzerland) - Eichenberger Gewinde
Emcor Incorporated (MI, USA) - Emcor
GTEN Ball Screw Technology Co Ltd (Taiwan) - GTEN
Hanyin Seiko Enterprise Co Ltd (Taiwan) - HSK
HIWIN Corporation (Germany) (Taiwan) - HIWIN
Isel Germany AG (Germany) - Isel
Jena Tech Inc (Kuroda) (UK, USA, Germany) - Kuroda Jena Tec
KSS Co Ltd (Japan) - KSS (miniature ball screws)
Korta S.A. (Spain) - Korta Group
Koyo Machine Industries Co., Ltd. (Japan) - Koyo
Kuroda Precision Industries Ltd (Japan) - Kuroda
Dynatect Lead Screws International (MI, USA) - LSI Lead Screws International
Lishui Best Bearing Co, Ltd (China) - Lishui
Moog Inc (USA) - Moog - moog.com
Nachi Fujikoshi Corp. (Japan) - Nachi - www.nachi.com
Nidec Tosok Corporation (Japan) - Tosok - nidec-tosok.co.jp
Nook Industries Inc (OH, USA) - Nook
NSK Corporation (Japan) - NSK ball screw repair
NTN Corporation (Japan) - NTN
PGM Ballscrews Ltd (UK) - PGM
PMI Group (Taiwan) - PMI
Rexroth Bosch Group (IL, USA) (Germany) - Rexroth
Rockford Ball Screw (IL, USA) - Rockford
Roton Products Inc (MO, USA) - Roton
Scaravella (Italy) - Scaravella
Schneeberger (Germany) - Schneeberger
SHUTON (Spain) - SHUTON
SKF (Sweden) - SKF ball screws
Specialty Motions Inc (CA, USA) - SMI
Star (Germany) - Star ball screw
Steinmeyer (Germany) - Steinmeyer
Taiwan Ball Screw Industrial Co Ltd (Taiwan) - TBI
Techno Inc (NY, USA) - Techno Isel
THK (Japan) - THK ball screw company
Thomson BSA (Danaher Motion) - Thomson Industries
Thomson Saginaw (Danaher Motion) - Thomson Linear
Thread-Craft Inc (MI, USA) - Thread Craft
Twentieth Century Machine (SKF) (MI, USA) - Twentieth Century Machine SKF/TCM
Tsubaki Nakashima Co Ltd (Japan) - Tsubaki
Umbra Cuscinetti Inc (WA, USA) - Umbra
Umbra Group (Germany) (Italy) - UCS
Wedin International Inc (MI, USA) - Wedin
ZNT Automatic Technology Co Ltd (China) - ZNT
Bridgeport (Hardinge Inc) (NY, USA) Bridgeport Ball Screw Repair - hardinge.com
Cincinnati Milacron (Cincinnati, OH, USA) - Cincinnati Milacron - milacron.com
Daewoo Group (Korea) - Daewoo - daewoo.com
Haas Automation (Oxnard, CA, USA) Haas Ball Screw Repair - haascnc.com
Hardinge Inc (Elmira, NY, USA) - Hardinge - hardinge.com
Hitachi Seiki Co Ltd (Japan) Hitachi Seiki Ball Screw Repair - hitachi.com
Hyundai (Korea) - Hyundai - hyundai.com
Komo Machine Inc (Lakewood, NJ, USA) - Komo - komo.com
Leblond Ltd (Amelia, OH, USA) - Leblond - leblondusa.com
LVD Company (Belgium) - Strippit - lvdgroup.com
MAG Cincinnati (USA) - Cincinnati - mag-ias.com
MAG Fadal (USA) Fadal Ball Screw Repair - mag-ais.com
Makino (Japan) - Makino - makino.com
Mitsubishi (Japan) - Mitsubishi - mhimmt.com
Miyano (Japan) - Miyano - miyano-usa.com
Mori Seiki Co Ltd (Japan) Mori Seiki Ball Screw Repair - moriseiki.com
Okuma Corporation (Japan) - Okuma - okuma.com
Toshiba Machine Co Ltd (Japan) - Toshiba - toshiba-machine.com
Toyoda Machine Works Ltd (Japan) - Toyoda - toyodausa.com
Warner and Swasey (USA) - Warner and Swasey
Yamazaki Mazak Corporation (Japan) Mazak Ball Screw Repair - mazak.com