Counter Balance Weight lever to give maximum life to heart shaped came.
Salty Pin in corporated in cutting & ejecting mechanism to safe quard the systems.
Wear Bushes & Plates are provided every where for long life.
Lock System for off setting slide for proper placement.
Proper Die box bore
The spindle is driven, either by foot power from a treadle and flywheel or by a belt or gear drive to a power source. In most modern lathes this power source is an integral electric motor, often either in the headstock, to the left of the headstock, or beneath the
“HIPAT” CENTER LATHES are well suited for all common turning surfacing and screw cutting operation with accuracy conforming to nearby grade –1 limits. These heavy duty lathe machines are specially designed for continuous light and heavy duty job and to give prolonged efficient life these lathes are worthy of a
Hopper Feed the Blank into the inclined Chute automatically.
Feeding Mechanism Feeds the Blank into the flat - die accurable & smoothly
Flat - die is made of high wear resistance steel or die steel for perfect threading.
Easy to replace & to set up.
Rolling pressure can be adjusted
A toolroom lathe is a lathe optimized for toolroom work. It is essentially just a top-of-the-line center lathe, with all of the best optional features that may be omitted from less expensive models, such as a collet closer, taper attachment, and others. There has also been an implication over the
Electric Motors Complete with Panel Board & Pendant Control for all operations. One Steel Telescopic Cover, One Boring Bar, Working Spindle Support Guide for Vibration Control, Co-ordinate reading arrangement with Scales & Verniers for X. Y.Z.-Axis and Handles. Facing head, 2No. Lubricating Pumps, 5 No. limit Switches & Automatic Rapid
Hydraulic Feed Control
Hydraulic Relief to Swa Blades on non-cutting Stroke.
Automatic lift to bow on completion of cutting cycle and motor switched off automatically.
Two speeds and driven by V- Belts.
Cut Metals of all kinds and strengths.
High output at low initial cost.