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for lathesfor grinding machinesMorse taper shank

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Type
rotating
Other characteristics
for lathes, for grinding machines, Morse taper shank, steel

Description

Application Reliable top of the range for CNC and conventional lathes and grinding machines. With over-pressure security through disc springs. Design – Surface hardened body – Ground tapers conform to DIN 228 AT3 – Through-hardened spindle made out of highgrade steel – Spindle mounted by two needle bearings – Thrust ball bearings to accommodate axial loads – Over-pressure security through disc springs – Reliable lip seal – Continuous lubrication by a high quality grease Sizes – Morse Tapers no. 1 to 7 – Various metric tapers Body and spindle models – SM (small) small body, for light pieces and higher turning rates – ST (standard) for normal loads – SU (super) for heavy duty loads and low turning rates Type of spindle – Type N / NH = standard point 60° – Type V / VH = extended point 60° – Type L = slim, extended point 60° – Type A = point nose taper for cones – Type K = with internal cone for interchangeable inserts Loads The weight indications for workpieces are based on the assumption that the workpieces are held between two Live-Centres and therefore one has to hold maximum 50% of the workpiece weight. Additional loads, for example due to imbalance or due to uneven weight distribution, are not allowed. Important: – ay attention to the load diagram on page 17. – Live-Centres with carbide tip may not be used with maximum load. Support and forcing nut All sizes and types from MT 2 onwards are available with a forcing nut. Maintenance All ROTOR Centres are manufactured with continuous lubrication.

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