8/11/2008

Productivity Packages For Toolroom Lathes

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Dorian Tool’s 12-page brochure features productivity packages specifically designed for Hass programmable toolrool lathe (TL-1, 2, 3, 3W, 3B, 4 and HPCL) owners, offering tooling from prototyping to high-production applications. The brochure features standard (SDN) and through-coolant (Victory) toolpost kits for bo

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Dorian Tool’s 12-page brochure features productivity packages specifically designed for Hass programmable toolrool lathe (TL-1, 2, 3, 3W, 3B, 4 and HPCL) owners, offering tooling from prototyping to high-production applications. The brochure features standard (SDN) and through-coolant (Victory) toolpost kits for both basic and challenging prototype/toolroom applications, the company says. The Quadra toolpost kits are said to offer a productive tooling package for medium sized jobs of 5 to 20 pieces. For high-production applications, the Victory CNC quick-change gang tool kits and the programmable eight-station PowerDex turrets allow lathe owners to automate their machines for jobs of 20 pieces or more.

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