1/15/2001

Reversible Slide Allows Six-Spindle Machining

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The new 132 EG Reversible Slide fits both first and second positions and incorporates a precision-fit dovetail expansion gib. Its precision and rigidity are said to virtually eliminate chatter while making deeper and wider cuts in both the first and second positions. The new patented design precision-fit dovetail ex

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The new 132 EG Reversible Slide fits both first and second positions and incorporates a precision-fit dovetail expansion gib. Its precision and rigidity are said to virtually eliminate chatter while making deeper and wider cuts in both the first and second positions. The new patented design precision-fit dovetail expansion gib extends the range of applications and increases productivity while eliminating the need for regrinding or scraping. Constructed with a hardened steel tool area, ribbed structure and ductile iron base, the 132 EG Series Reversible Slide also includes 1/8 NPT coolant ports, a chip guard, and an adjustment screw for the dovetail expansion gib.

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