• Turning Centres
    United Kingdom
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    Description:
    Swing over apron 406mm swing over cross slide 282mm distance between centres 1219mm spindle speed 0-2000rpm spindle motor 9kw spindle nose a2-6 spindle bore 76mm
  • Turning Centres
    United Kingdom
    Description:
    Colchester combi 2000 lathe, 1999, s/n e70075, ge fanuc 210i-t, 10? 3-jaw chuck, qctp, swing over bed 400mm, swing over cross slide, 246mm, swing in gap 585 x 165mm, tailstock – 5mt, 54mm spindle bore, distance between centres – 1,250mm (50?), spindle speed 12 to 2,500rpm
  • Turning Centres
    United Kingdom
    Description:
    Doosan s390l cnc lathe, 2005, s/n lnd1144, fanuc 21itb control, 305mm chuck, max turn dia 390mm, length 730mm, swing over bed 580mm dia, 35-3500rpm, 25/30hp motor, spindle nose a2-8, spindle bore 77mm (65mm max dia bar), 12 station turret, block tooling, tailstock, swarf conveyor...
  • Turning Centres
    United Kingdom
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    Xyz proturn slx355, 2010, ser no sl239, 3 jaw chuck, 4-way automatic toolpost, advanced features, network & memory option, traking, swing over bed 360mm, distance between centres 1000mm, spindle bore 52mm
  • Turning Centres
    United Kingdom
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    Mazak slant turn 50n, 1998, s/n 187875, mazatrol t plus control, 500mm powered chuck, 15 stn turret, toolsetter, swarf conveyor. note no tailstock,660mm turning dia, bar capacity 90mm, 38kw. ex rolls royce
  • Turning Centres
    United Kingdom
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    Doosan puma 2600ly, 2015, s/n tba, fanuc i series control, c & y axis, 3 driven holders, static holders, 250mm chuck, parts catcher, toolsetter, 12 stn turret, (24 positions), tailstock, swarf conveyor, max turning dia 376mm, max turning length 1280mm, bar feed cap 76mm, 22/26kw...

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