- Sprung version for axial length compensation whilst machining.
- Fully hardened and ground. Maintenance-free due to lifetime lubrication.
- Special seal prevents ingress of dirt and coolant.
Lathe centres are mainly used on lathes to support long and slim workpieces, since with these workpieces there would otherwise be a risk of the workpiece bending or moving around as a result of the forces generated.
The lathe centre is secured with a Morse taper. The workpiece is clamped in the chuck and a counterbore is added using a centre drill. After re-clamping, the lathe centre is then inserted.
Flexible application thanks to exchangeable inserts. For general use on turrets and counter-spindles on CNC machines.
Exchangeable inserts No. 320625.
Changing the inserts in the key surfaces by counter-rotation.