cross slide

cross slide

[′krȯs ‚slīd]
(mechanical engineering)
A part of a machine tool that allows the tool carriage to move at right angles to the main direction of travel.
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Tenders are invited for Supply Of Cross Slide Screw W/Boxnut.
Grizzly Industrial sells a 4-inch cross slide vise (Model D4082) that looks like it would work for $40.
However, this method allows the motor tool to be positioned anywhere from perpendicular to in line with the work and fed into the work using the carriage, cross slide or compound slide.
93" swing over the cross slide, and an eight-position ATC.
over the cross slide and an A2-6 spindle nose and 8.
The nomenclature for the SS-20 indicates 20mm diameter capability; however, the machine is built on a 32mm flame--another American suggestion--providing the added robustness to hog out a healthy amount of metal and provide milling capabilities on the cross slide.
The LT2-1400 grinder's exceptionally stiff, vertical spindle rotary dresser, coupled with the linear motors on both the cross slide and wheelhead slide, is designed to produce accurate dressing of the wheel radii while simplifying the dressing of back tapers on the wheel.
PHOTO : motor, linear scale digital readout for cross slide movement, air-operated tail stock,
Tenders Are Invited For Work Includes Carrying Out Scraping Of Main Table & Bed, Compound/Tool Slide & Cross Slide (02 Nos Each) & Levelling After Scraping Of All Slides Of 02 Nos.
It would make two passes with the cross slide tool post, then part it off.
Both have maximum speed ratings of 16,000rpm with other standard features including roller bearing guideways on all linear axes, three-point mounting, a column-mounted X-Y cross slide, and a choice of Siemens or Fanuc controls.
The LT2-1400 grinder's exceptionally stiff, vertical-spindle rotary dresser, coupled with the linear motors on both the cross slide and wheel head slide, produces accurate dressing of the wheel radii while simplifying the dressing of back tapers on the wheel.