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Lefevre glass lathe

Lefevre glass lathe

Lefevre glass lathe

(OP)
thread281-135781: Bearings for Old Lathe

Does anyone have any information or back ground on this company and it's
glass lathes? I just came across one and can't find ANYTHING about it. There was a thread here about them in 08 but it didn't lead anywhere.
Thanks in advance.

RE: Lefevre glass lathe

A bit of digging on the 'net suggests this old manufacturer was absorbed into the German company Arnold Gruppe, or at least they can support the old machines. Might be worth an email. http://www.arnold-gruppe.de/index.php?id=2&L=1

RE: Lefevre glass lathe

(OP)
Thanks! Here in the states Arnold-Gruppe is Herbert-Arnold. The US branch wasn't very helpful. I'll try the German.

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