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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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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.
Acutech has increased its capacity with the addition of a new Okuma horizontal lathe. As stated on Okuma's informational site, its' “thermo-friendly design enables the ability to hold tight tolerances and eliminates the need for separate finishing or grinding operations.” The Okuma machinery has allowed Acutech to condense the process of operations.
Supply of a horizontal lathe with related accessories of about 10,000 mm.
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.
The croze machine, a horizontal lathe really, clamped the barrel between rings rather than between centers.
ship a 25-ton, $800,000 horizontal lathe it manufactured to Iran.
According to US Attorney Peter Smith in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the Hetran horizontal lathe, also described as a bar peeling machine, was valued at more than $800,000 and weighed in excess of 50,000 pounds.
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.
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