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7/28/2011

Horizontal Boring Mill Designed for Large Components

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The Spirit 200 horizontal boring mill is designed for machining large components for the energy industry as well as for shop jobs.

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The Spirit 200 horizontal boring mill is designed for machining large components for the energy industry as well as for shop jobs. The 95-hp (71-kW) mill features a 7" (180-mm) diameter boring bar with 39" (1-m) stroke, column longitudinal travel (X axis) of 472" (12 m), ram horizontal stroke (Y axis) of 59" (1.5 m), headstock vertical stroke (Z axis) of 197" (5 m) and an infinite-position indexing head. Floor, angle plates or rotary tables also are available.

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