2/21/2011

Bar Feeder for Swiss Lathes

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The Elite 220 is a versatile bar feeder for Swiss lathes that features two barstock magazine types with basic bar feeder configuration: a standard linear/gravity magazine for barstock size 1/4" to 0.787" and a “walking beam” type for smaller barstock 0.080" to 1/4".

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The Elite 220 is a versatile bar feeder for Swiss lathes that features two barstock magazine types with basic bar feeder configuration: a standard linear/gravity magazine for barstock size 1/4" to 0.787" and a “walking beam” type for smaller barstock 0.080" to 1/4". This combination is designed to allow easy/fast change-over from one to the other in less than 60 seconds.
 
Featuring calibrated round-section channels and mechanical synchronization with minimal inertia, the bar feeder ensures high speed of more than 20,000 rpm, Swiss lathe acceleration up to 1.5 G with silent operation. 

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