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Lathes and Mills Precision 9–12" (228–304-mm) metalworking lathes and mills utilize Meehanite bed castings, Allen-Bradley controls, Ger- man and Japanese precision-made bearings. South Bend Lathe Co. Ph: 360-647-0801 Web site: www.southbendlathe.com


Vertical Turning Centers V Series vertical turning centers with six table sizes from 800 to 2500 mm are designed specifi cally for shops seek- ing a dependable, multipurpose lathe for pumps, valves, gears, bearings, compressors, wheel hubs, and jet engine housings, among others. “By adding the V Series, starting XJUI


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quick-change collet-ready spindle which offers better part accuracy and surface fi nish than conventional spindles. The machine is equipped with fi ve tooling, subspindle and Y axis for complete part operations. The Talent 51 MSY features a 5000- rpm, 25-hp (18.6-kW) main spindle with 2" (51-mm) bar capacity. Turning diameter is 12.2" (310 mm) and maximum turning length is 24.9" (632 mm). The 12-station turret uses ¾" (19-mm) square shank and 1¼" (31.75-mm) round shank tooling, and 6000-rpm live tooling capability is standard. The UVSSFU QSPWJEFT POF IBMG TUBUJPO JOEFY GPS VQ UP


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