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Heavy-Duty Mill/Drill Features Power Feed

Grizzly’s G0755 heavy-duty gear-head mill/drill features a motorized headstock elevation travel on a dovetail-way column for improved movement accuracy and increased rigidity.

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Grizzly’s G0755 heavy-duty gear-head mill/drill features a motorized headstock elevation travel on a dovetail-way column for improved movement accuracy and increased rigidity. The machine features high-precision P5 spindle bearings, gear-head spindle speed controls, a reversible spindle and a longitudinal variable-speed power feed.

The precision-ground cast iron table measures 9 1/2" × 31 1/2". The distance from the spindle to column is 10", and maximum distance from the spindle to the table is 18". The table travels measure 17" and 7 7/8" in the X and Y axes, respectively. Head travels measure 13 3/4" in the Z axis. The head tilts as far as 90 degrees left or 45 degrees right and has a motorized Z-axis travel on a large cast iron column. The machine is equipped with an R-8 spindle taper, course and fine downfeed controls, and a 2-hp, 220-V single-phase motor.

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