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tailstock

[′tāl‚stäk]
(mechanical engineering)
A part of a lathe that holds the end of the work not being shaped, allowing it to rotate freely.
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For analysis only full solid body models of machine bed, headstock and tailstock are used.
For large diameter pipe and long tanks, 4K Series utilizes A-frame headstock and tailstock designs with diameters to 24 ft and lengths to 60 ft.
The wheel at the chuck end of the lathe turned the tube while the other wheel rode on a dead center in the tailstock.
The tailstock slides and clamps on the "lathe bed" to fit the blank.
Tenders are invited for Tailstock Barrel Of Bochiringer Cnc
It features upper and lower turrets with roller support, as well as an MT5 tailstock center with a live-tool option for small secondary holes.
A center point in your tailstock can be a good alignment tool for getting the cutting edge right at the centerline of your work.
These crowns are cut by starting with a flat crown with an internal chamfer to guide a half center in the lathe tailstock, then carefully formed with a specially ground lathe tool with a radiused cutting surface.
Shaft pieces are processed by holding them between the centers in the headstock and tailstock of the lathes or grinding machines.
The other available equipment comprise a belt-type chip conveyor, hydraulic tailstock, automatic tool probe, live tooling with C axis, an automatic parts catcher and high-pressure coolant systems.