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All Geared Milling Machine

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A milling machine is often called a mill by machinists. The archaic term miller was commonly used in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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 MODEL  HMOA  HM1  HM1.5  HM-2  HM-3  HM-4
 Face of Body  6.5”  8.5”  10”  11”  12”  13”
 Surface Table  30”*7”  40”*9”  48”*10”  51”*11”  58”*12”  64”*13”
 No. Of T-Slots  3  3  3  3  3  3
 Size of T-Slots  3/8”  ½”  ½”  ½”  5/8”  5/8”
 Swivel either side of center  45 dgr  45 dgr  45 dgr  45 dgr  45 dgr  45 dgr
 Cross  6”  7”  8”  10”  12”  13”
 Vertical of Traverse  12”  13”  16”  22”  24”  26”
 Longitudinal Traverse  14”  19”  22”  25”  28”  30”
 Standard Abour Dia  1”  1”  1”  1”  1”  1”
 Taper of Spindle  ISO 30  ISO 40  ISO 40  ISO 40  ISO 40  ISO 40
 No. of spindle speed  3 & 6  6 & 9  6 & 9  6 & 9  6 & 9  6 & 9
 Range of Spindle Speed  45 to 550  45 to 550  50 to 750  80 to 680  42 to 700  42 to 700
 Dia of Spindle  2”  2.5”  2.3/4”  3.1/4”  3.1/2”  3.5/8”
 No. of Longitudinal Feed Table  2  2  2  2  3  3
 H.P  1  2  2  2  3  5
 Floor Space (Base)  26”*17”  35”*20”  40”*24”  46”*26”  48”*28”  56”*30”
 Height  55”  62”  67”  70”  73”  75”
 Weight (Approx)  500 Kg.  1100 Kg.  1450 Kg.  2200 Kg.  2750 Kg.  3650 Kg.
  • Protection kit.
  • Dividing head.
  • Rotary table.
  • Slotting attachment.
  • vertical attachment (Universal type).
  • Rack cutting attachment.
  • Digital read out (DRO).
  • In-built coolant pump and piping.
  • Backlash eliminator.
  • Universal table.
  • Arbor suppor & arbor.
  • Tool box.
  • Test chart& high endurance certificate.
  • Instruction & maintenance manual.
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All Geared Milling Machine

A milling machine is often called a mill by machinists. The archaic term miller was commonly used in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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