FANUC CNC Parts and Repair Services
CNC Machine Control and Electronic Repair Specialists
Tri Star CNC Services, LLC is an independent service organization ready to assist you with your CNC control maintenance requirements. We specialize in FANUC and GE Fanuc repairs and parts. Our first priority at Tri Star CNC Services is the timely and effective repair of your malfunctioning CNC machine. We provide unit repair, unit exchange, and free technical phone support to our customers.
The Tri Star CNC Services headquarters located in McHenry, Illinois.
Our engineering staff has over 90 years of combined experience in electronic control repair and/or machine tool repair. Tri Star CNC Services considers the control as part of your machine and not a separate entity as some control manufacturers and repair facilities.
We are THE source for FANUC and GE FANUC part repair and exchange stock. We service locations throughout the United States:
- California FANUC services
- Colorado FANUC services
- Illinois FANUC services
- Iowa FANUC services
- Michigan FANUC services
- New York FANUC services
- Ohio FANUC services
- Pennsylvania FANUC services
- Texas FANUC services
- Wisconsin FANUC services
Contact Tri Star CNC Services, LLC to ensure...
- Impeccable service
- Quick turnaround
- Flawless performance
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ALARM CODES FOR FANUC CNC MACHINE TOOL PARTS
Critical FANUC CNC component failure such as excessive current, faulty memory, blown fuses or signal mismatch throws an error and brings your CNC machinery to a grinding halt. Tri Star CNC Services provides comprehensive alarm code lists for servos, spindles, power supplies & SVPM combo units.
If you are having trouble identifying your alarm code, please give us a call. We offer free over-the-phone support to troubleshoot your equipment on the spot and explain what must be done (repair or replacement) to get your CNC machinery back into working order.
RECOVER FROM FLOOD DAMAGE TO YOUR CNC EQUIPMENT
Tri Star CNC Services helps you get your machinery back up and running after it's been submerged in flood water.
Learn more about CNC flood damage