horizontal lathe

horizontal lathe

[‚här·ə′zänt·əl ′lāth]
(mechanical engineering)
A horizontally mounted lathe with which longitudinal and radial movements are applied to a workpiece that rotates.
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The criminal cases have largely involved exports with military applications, such as aircraft parts, night-vision goggles, and a horizontal lathe used to make high-grade steel.
Other live demonstrations during the event were performed on an Okuma horizontal lathe and a Tsugami 5AX lathe.
Acutech has increased its capacity with the addition of a new Okuma horizontal lathe.
As a result, the newest automated oil-coupling cell to be created by Okuma and Partners in THINC has been modified to cut P ll0 seamless steel coupling on an Okuma 2SP-V60R vertical lathe and an Okuma LU45 horizontal lathe that is loaded/unloaded by a Fanuc 2000i robot.
With its glass scales, chip conveyor, and mist collector, the integrated system costs 40% less than a horizontal lathe with separate bar feeder and chip conveyor.
Lights-out solution for manufacturing a valve part, combining an OKUMA horizontal lathe, and vertical machining center and a KUKA KR30 L16-3 robot, this cell displays a fully integrated manufacturing solution including vision guidance and post process gauging.
ship a 25-ton, $800,000 horizontal lathe it manufactured to Iran.
Contract notice: Supply of CNC horizontal lathe, CNC turning center with counter spindle with driven tools.
Among the machine tools, the most widely used is horizontal lathe, the second is vertical lathe.
A horizontal lathe or peeling machine is used in the production of high grade steel or bright steel, a product used, among other things, in the manufacture of automobile and aircraft parts.
Several models including a CNC tapping and milling center, a moving column horizontal machining center, and a CNC horizontal lathe owe some of their technology to Hitachi Seiki's influence.
Staff training) these technological units - three-axis CNC horizontal lathe with driven tools (1 piece), four-axis CNC vertical machining center with table dimensions L x W - min.
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