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MSK071E-0450-NN-M1-UG1-NNNN

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The MSK071E-0450-NN-M1-UG1-NNNN is a large and powerful motor from the MSK range of synchronous servo motors. The newest versions of these motors are called IndraDyn S, but they continue to use the MSK model numbers. These model numbers are long, because they contain a lot of information. The series includes small size increments and a broad power range so you can have exactly the motor you need for your particular application.

Synchronous motors use permanent magnets to create a rotating field. The motor’s movement is synchronous with the rotating field. Synchronous motors are perfect for high precision applications. The MSK range is known for high torques and its high protection rating — IP65, which is water resistant.

If your MSK071E-0450-NN-M1-UG1-NNNN motor is in need of service and support, you can buy a new one. But that’s not the least expensive option, and it’s usually not the most cost-effective option, either.

Calling your local fix-it shop may initially seem like the least expensive option. However, third-party repair shops don’t have access to original Rexroth parts or specs. They don’t have factory training, either. We’ve seen plenty of horror stories that started with a local repair guy and ended with a servo that can’t be repaired at the factory — high costs and lots of super expensive downtime.

Your most cost-effective option is usually factory repair or reman. MSK motors — like all Rexroth motion control components — are not designed to be repaired on the machine. Send your component in and you can get it back as good as new, with a new warranty. Reman includes replacement of all wearing parts with the newest version of that part, so it may be better than it was when it was new.

If time is the most important issue — and it often is — we can provide a replacement part immediately. We even have charter planes to fly your MSKo71E-0450-NN-M1-UG1-NNNN out to you right away to limit your downtime to the least possible.