Jim Gilliam’s Enterprises (405) 279-4000
Route 1 Box 151-A6 Meeker, OK. U.S.A. 74855
To: Plant Managers
From: Jim Gilliam’s Enterprises
Date: March 27, 2002
Jim Gilliam, founder of Dura-Light Modular Racing Wheels offers you along with 140 other metal spinning / wheel manufacturing companies the opportunity to make an offer on:
2) Lodge & Shipley Programmable, Multi-Axis Spinning Floturn Lathes
The-Masters-Touch Spinning System… Uses (2) D.C. Servo-motors for Axis Control: Joystick Control, and RS232 Programming: Resident and 3-1/2 DS Disk Port Program Storage. This Trainable Robotic Control can be taught on the floor. The T-M-T Control may be programmed by onsite Joystick Programming, Continuous Path, Manual Data Entry from Console Keyboard; or downloaded from a host processor via a serial RS232 Port in standard NC format, and part program storage.
Once taught or programmed, T-M-T repeats all directional and velocity commands precisely. Linear and circular arc interpolation software generates smooth straight and arc segments by only recording the end points. Feed rate over-ride allows for speed rate adjustment from 0 to 150% of program speed. Resident memory has the capability of storing programs.
Maximum diameter of work piece 42”
Working length of carriage 50”
Maximum included angle 100”
Dstance btwn spindle nose - tailstock retractedposition 126”
Workpiece Thickness Capacity, Maximum 5/16”Steel 1/2”almnum
Force Per Slide 25,000 lbs.
Maximum Included Angle 100 Degrees
Spindle Speeds, Range 33 to 1000 RPM
Power Carriage Feeds, Range ¼” to 9” Per MinutePower Rapid Traverse of Carriage 12’ Feet Per Minute
Spindle Motor, Horsepower 20 HP
Floor Space Required, L x W 26’ 2” x 14’0” 19’ x 7’
Weight, Approximately 35,000 lbs. 33,000 lbs.
Standard Equipment as follows:
Tapered roller Bearing Mounting of Headstock Spindle·
20” B-1 Spindle Nose·
Key Drive Taper Spindle Nose Adapter·
Adjustable Positive Locating Stops for Cross Slide·
Hydraulic Positioner for Tailstock Spindle·
Hydraulic Clamping of Tailstock
For more information call Jim Gilliam at (405) 279-4000