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Subject: Re: Conventional Turning-products?

Date: 04/06/01 at 4:39 PM
Posted by: Neal
E-mail: ndebiasio@fadal.com
Message Posted:

In Reply to: Re: Conventional Turning-products? posted by Matt on 04/06/01 at 7:24 AM:

The role of a manual lathe in today's shop is normal as a support device. Ususally a one of a kind cylindrical part. It may have itght bores, MS Ports, snap ring or oil grooves inside or outside.
The lathe maybe used for reworking a part that does not meet specs. It may be used for repairing a worn out part.
In any case, someone with manual lathe experience is still a valuable employee.


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