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Old lathe manual

Old lathe manual

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Hello, I am looking for a Swiss type Lathe manual. a Petermann P25 with turret. But any Petermann could be of use. If anybody can point me in the direction in which I can search I will be very grateful!
Ing. Santiago Rebora

RE: Old lathe manual

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Google.

I found http://www.lathes.co.uk/manuals/

with the following:

Quote (website)

MP219H PETERMANN P25 Automatic Screw Machine: Operator's Instruction Manual. Available with English or French Text. £65

All in about 2 minutes flat (including a look at the pictures in here.

RE: Old lathe manual

(OP)
Thank you DuncanM!
I will be still searching for some manual or info on How to operate the turret attachment? It is an optional device and I have only find a little mention of it in a general manual that I have of another model (P7).
Thanks!
Santiago

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