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Hardinge #GS200-66 parts catcher, collet nose, tool holders, tailstock, conveyor, 2007

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General Specifications

Manufacturer: Hardinge
Model: GS200-66
Year: 2007
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PM Machines
5451 Commercial Dr
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
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Tel: 714-892-9800
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Detailed Product Description

Approx Machine Weight:10,915 lbs (4,950kg)
Floor Space108.03" x 84.33" (2,744mm x 2,142mm)
Max Machining Diameter14.015" (356mm)
Max Machining Length22" (558.8mm)
CNC Control UnitFanuc 0i-TC
Bar Size2.598"/66mm
Chuck Size8.26"/210mm
Spindle HP25 (18.5kW)
Spindle Speed4,200
Number of Turret Stations (Standard)12
Equipped with:

Chip Conveyor
Parts Catcher
Tool Holders shown on Turret, but not tooling. - for additional information

Hardinge GS 200/66 CNC Lathe offers an exceptional combination of standard features in a rugged, affordable compact machine. This Hardinge-designed and -manufactured machine is intended for speed, power, accuracy and durability over competitive machines in its class for the highest possible return on investment.The machine features a 25-hp (18.51-kW) spindle drive (with Fanuc Control) and includes a 3-jaw power chuck as standard equipment. The GS 200/66 includes an ANSI A2-6 spindle with 2.60"/66mm through draw tube capacity and a maximum spindle speed of 4,200 rpm. Heavy-duty linear guideways are used for X- and Z-axis motions, providing added stiffness, damping, and surface contact area to ensure a very stiff and durable machine. Rapid traverse rates for the X and Z axes are an impressive 1,181 ipm (30 mpm). The strategically-ribbed 30-degree slant bed machine base provides superior rigidity and durability. All structural components and castings are qualified by Finite Element Analysis (FEA)-a proven, highly-technical procedure that ensures a stiff, structurally-sound machine tool design.