Lathe Eases Precision Turning, Meets Toolmaker Standard

The 16" × 60" engine lathe from Palmgren removes heavy metal and facilitates precision fine tolerance turning.

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The 16" × 60" engine lathe from Palmgren offers high metal removal rates and facilitates precise, fine-tolerance turning. Its features include a digital readout, glass scales, a headstock for rough cuts and quiet power for fine finishing. The #9684524 lathe meets the DIN 86056 toolmakers precision lathe standard. These features contribute to user convenience, accuracy and consistent performance, according to the company.

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