Whether you’re doing a job for work or working on a DIY project, chances are good that you’re going to need power tools to complete whatever job you’re working on.
Machine tools operate a wide array of functions including threading, boring, turning and facing materials such as metals. As such, machine tools must be extremely hard and durable, making regular maintenance and repairs a must for quality purposes.
With that in mind, here are some helpful tips for maintaining your power tools:
- Properly cleaning your machine tools on a regular basis can prevent build up that could result in damage, or cause the machine to function poorly.
- Machine tool parts that regularly rub together should be well lubricated at all times to avoid damage.
- Keeping your machine tools dry, and away from the elements can help you keep them in better working order for a longer period of time.
- To avoid machine tool repairs, check and make sure make sure that the gear bo