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3/9/2009

Live Center's Color-Coded Springs Provide Linear Force

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Riten Industries has designed a spring-loaded live center that automatically maintains proper axial pressure on the workpiece. Four interchangeable, color-coded springs provide light, medium, heavy and extra-heavy linear force. The self-contained model can be chucked and is said to be suitable for multifunction turning centers with subspindles and programmable tailstocks.

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Riten Industries has designed a spring-loaded live center that automatically maintains proper axial pressure on the workpiece. Four interchangeable, color-coded springs provide light, medium, heavy and extra-heavy linear force. The self-contained model can be chucked and is said to be suitable for multifunction turning centers with subspindles and programmable tailstocks. Tapered and straight shanks as well as optional carbide-tipped points are also available.

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