SMTW MODEL M1450A/2000 UNIVERSAL CYLINDRICAL GRINDER*
Work Area: 20" x 80"
Work I.D.: 1.2" - 7.9"
Work O.D.: .99" - 20"
Center Height: 10.6"
Workload: 3,000 Lbs (Maximum)
Wheel Size: 15" - 20" O.D. x 12" I.D. x 3" W
Wheel Speed: 665 - 1330 RPM
Wheel Surface Speed: 3485 - 6969 FPM
Wheelhead Rapid Travel: 30 IPM
Spindle Taper: 1:5
I.D. Spindle Speed: 10,000 - 15,000 RPM
Worktable Maximum Travel: 80"
Worktable Angle: 20 Degree
Worktable Feed Range: 4 - 157 IPM
Worttable Swivel: -2 Deg./+5 Deg.
Workhead Spindle Speeds: 23, 32, 46, 64, 90, 125
180 and 250 RPM
Workhesd Taper: 6 MT; Workhead Swivel: 90 Degree
Workhead Through Hole Dia.: 1"
Tailstock Quil Travel: 2.75"; Tailstock Taper: 6MT
Accu-Rite Master-TP Programmable 2-Axis Didital Readout
Flood Coolant System
3-Jaws Chuck (12" Dia.)
Steady Rest; Follower Rest; Wheel Flanges
Wheel Periphery Dresser; Wheel Balancing Arbor & Stand
Hydraulic Power Unit; Electrical Control
10 HP AC Main Wheelhead Drive Motor
5 HP AC Workhead Drive Motor
2 HP AC I.D. Spindle Drive Motor
Approximate Overall Dimensions: 240" L-R x 96" F-B x 70" H
Approximate Weight: 22,000 Lbs.
Serial Number: 658 (New 1994)
P2 F.O.B. Elk Grove, IL - $ 69,500.00
* PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION
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