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Bad Luck With Servo, Drive, Circuit Board Repairs? It’s Your Lucky Day!

March 12, 2009


For the second month straight, tomorrow is Friday the 13th.  You think you got bad luck dealing with repairs? Your luck JUST CHANGED.

We are running a Friday the 13th Bad Luck Stimulus Package on electronic component repairs through tomorrow. The first Lucky 7 customers who book a repair pickup through today will receive a giant — and we mean ginormous — BAD LUCK BLACK golf umbrella to keep the sky from falling on their heads.

We fix broken servos, overheated AC or DC drives, fried circuit boards, and fritzed  touch screens.  You’ll get the details later today in the March issue of Innovative News newsletter. (Or follow the link for a sneak peek.)

Stop what you’re doing. Pick up the phone (or email and schedule a free pickup. There is no evaluation charge. We tell you how much it will cost to repair or replace or trash your part.

Be one of the Lucky 7 first responders and get a free GIANT black umbrella. Call to book your FREE PICKUP now at 877.906.9500.

Where is the Oldest Working Drive in America?

September 10, 2008

Do you have the Oldest Working Drive in America? Or do you know where it’s at? Innovative Automation wants to know.

If your variable frequency drive is more than 10 years old and is rated between 5 and 500 horsepower, you may be in line for the coveted “Old VFD Cup.” We will deliver the Old VFD Cup to your business where it will reside forever, or until we find an older working drive. Plus, our Tech Service guys will give the ol’ gal a free check-up.

Plus, you’ll get one free hour of field service from our specialized field service technical services group. That’s a $125 value just for bragging about being the owner of the Oldest Working Drive in America.

If you know where we can find the Oldest Working Drive in America, email us at

Welcome: Yaskawa J1000 Drive

August 20, 2008

Neil, Todd and the marketing guys at Yaskawa got this out to us Friday and I intended to put the information here this past weekend.

But it rained Saturday and Sunday in North Texas (in August!) and all most of us could do was just stand stupified and watch.

So, a belated welcome to the newest drive from Team Y, the Yaskawa J1000. You can get all the FAQs on this little powerhouse here.