|Year of Mfg.:||1951|
|Condition:||Cleaned and checked|
|Elect./Voltage:||230/460 V, 60 Cy, 3 Ph.|
|Value New:||$ 212,000|
|Price:||$ 64,500 USD||(Convert)|
|Financing:||$ 1,297 National Capital Leasing|
|Region:||MIDWEST (Click for Regional Map)|
AMERICAN 25" x 312" Manual Engine Lathe - cleaned, painted and cycled since removal from plant in December 2013.
Specifications: Swing over ways 25"; Distance between centers 312"; Swing in gap 32"; Swing over carriage 19".
Spindle bore 2-3/4"; Spindle speeds 6 to 600 RPM; Feed rates 0.0040 to 0.240.
Threading from 1/2 to 30 TPI; Main motor 30 HP.
Equipped with: 24" 4-Jaw chuck, 17" Steady rest, Tailstock, Taper attachment, Thread dial.
Features: Hard bed ways, Quick release tool post, and Chip pan base with coolant pump.
|Special Note:||Great Value|
|Comment:||AMERICAN "Engine Lathe", a lot of equipment value for the money!|
|Written By:||Anthony Zenobia|
|*Dimensions:||Available from product manager|
*Dimensions & Weight data are based on 3rd party information and could be incorrect; please verify & confirm if accurate dimensions & weight are required.
A lathe is a machine tool that rotates its workpiece along a central spindle against a stationary cutting tool to both remove unwanted material and provide a better, smoother finish. The part is held between headstock and tailstock (the distance between centers) in a process called turning. They are used in the manufacture of cylindrically shaped products. In the case of larger pieces, steady rests may be used to support the workiece. Workpieces are set up most commonly with 3 or 4 jaw chucks or collet chucks. They can range from small, highly accurate tool room lathes to the large bore, large sized machinery common to the oil tool industry.