Horizontal Boring Mill Designed for Large Components

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

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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