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    A Weiler E1-120 or E-150 should do the job per their spec:

    Cycle-controlled – WEILER

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    doesn't look very heavy duty.

    what sized motor ?
    I've run the identical machine where I work, but manual (they are the same machine).

    And I've taken .600 per side at .040 feed in 4140. They are much stouter than they look.

    Russian made, very nice machines.

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    Op's still at one post, I doubt he's been back here to check progress on the thread.

    If he does come back, I'm sure we'd like to know what his final choice was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alskdjfhg View Post
    I've run the identical machine where I work, but manual (they are the same machine).

    And I've taken .600 per side at .040 feed in 4140. They are much stouter than they look.

    Russian made, very nice machines.
    To me, the bed looks too narrow, and the bed should be in the floor based on
    other lathes of that size/capacity/hp that I have dealt with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    To me, the bed looks too narrow, and the bed should be in the floor based on
    other lathes of that size/capacity/hp that I have dealt with.
    I thought the same, but then I ran on. Very nice machines. Our doesn’t have a coolant pan, which is kind of limiting.

    The only real issue with it, is the cross feed hand wheel has got a spring loaded detent you have to press down to move the cross slide.

    It’s got rapid in all axis, and they do the cross slide so when your not holding the detent, the handle doesn’t rotate in rapid.


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