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Mill-Turn Handles 60-Ton Workpieces Everything about the new M200 Millturn for turning, drill- ing, and milling large workpieces is large. Designed for both heavy machining and high-precision fi nishing, the M200 mill- turn can process workpieces up to 2 m in diameter, up to 14 m in length, and weighing up to 60 t. Typical workpieces include large landing gear, massive crankshafts, turbine and generator shafts, large valve blocks, and shafts and rollers


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Field-Based Welder, Generator Designed for critical repair and maintenance applications, the new Big Blue 600 Air Pak welder/ generator provides the reliability and versatility needed for fi eld-based work. The 600 Air Pak delivers single-operator power for welding, carbon arc gouging, auxiliary power, or running an air compressor to perform critical repair and maintenance functions. The 600-A machine features an EPA Tier 4 Final-compliant Deutz engine rated at 65.7 hp (49 kW), making it well-suited for industrial applications including rail, mining, construction and fabrication. This model features an Ingersoll Rand screw-type air compressor making it well-suit- ed for gouging. It also can operate a full range of pneumatic


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