Lathe with automated parts loader

  • 05-Sep-2008 03:24 EDT
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The SL-20APL from Haas Automation is a compact lathe with an integrated automatic parts loader that automatically picks up parts from an external tray and loads them into the lathe for unattended turning or flips parts automatically for double-ended machining. The unit has a maximum cutting capacity of 10.3 x 20 in and maximum swing of 23 in over the front apron. Standard bar capacity is 2 in. The machine's 20-hp vector dual-drive spindle spins to 4000 rpm and provides 154 lb·ft of torque for heavy cutting. Other options include a big-bore version for increased bar capacity to 3 in, live tooling with full C axis, high-pressure coolant systems, and a hard drive with Ethernet interface.
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