You use Rexroth motion control and you need repairs or replacements, so you search around and find what looks like a bargain — maybe a local shop that says they can repair your unit, or an eBay replacement unit refurbished by a guy in Poland.
It’s cheaper to go with these guys than with factory repairs, or at least they say it is, so you give it a shot. After all, they’re going to fix it just the same as the factory would, right?
Look at the difference in the examples above. Since Bosch Rexroth doesn’t sell parts to third party repair shops, they can’t actually repair it the same way the factory would. What’s more, the third party shops don’t have the training or the original specs.
The shot at the top of this post shows you an example of what 3rd party repair shops do, since they can’t actually provide the repairs you need. They cobble your units back together with something… let’s say creative and resourceful.
You don’t really want your factory to have to rely on creative and resourceful, when you could get the repairs done right.
What about those “certified” third party repair shops? Can you trust them? Bosch Rexroth doesn’t certify third party repair shops. Any shop that claims to be certified by Bosch Rexroth is therefore lying.
Can you trust them?
The only solution when you need repair for your legacy Rexroth units is factory repair from Bosch Rexroth. Call (479) 422-0390. We can offer expert phone support, emergency replacement units during repairs, and facilitation of factory repair.