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    Default Cazeneuve HB 575 Owners Manual

    Looking for an owners manual for a Cazeneuve HB575 lathe. Any info would be greatly appreciated!!

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by crcarson26 View Post
    Looking for an owners manual for a Cazeneuve HB575 lathe. Any info would be greatly appreciated!!

    Cheers,
    Documentation - CAZENEUVE - HB 500 575 725 : Manuel | Usinages
    in french......

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    Quote Originally Posted by crcarson26 View Post
    Looking for an owners manual for a Cazeneuve HB575 lathe. Any info would be greatly appreciated!!

    Cheers,
    http://cazeneuve.fr/machines-en/prev...nges/lathes-hb

    There are also free-for-the download .pdf's online and a LOT more - such as rebuild project sharing - off that European site Jan linked.

    At some point you may want a few repair parts or a chuck mounting backplate, so may as well get used to contacting the factory, too. Backplates are notoriously difficult to DIY.

    Cazeneuve read/write/speak a LOT more languages than just French.

    NB: Speaking French well enough to not get put-down by the natives is HARD. Learning to READ it for machine shop use is not so hard.

    Numbers are still numbers, and you don't need the same level of vocabulary as to write a novel, etc. Give it a go.

    PS: Ladner, Vernon, Normandy region of France, DID have a comprehensive website with a slew of top-jaws and - among other things - the Cazeneuve proprietary backplates. AFAIK, they built those "to order", not stocked, but still...

    Website ladner.fr is now showing "under construction", so I hope they are still healthy?


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