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Tilt-Rotary Tables

Tilt-Rotary Tables

Tilt-Rotary Tables

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Does anyone know of a good source of supply for a tilt-rotary positioning table? I need something similar to a mill base as shown in the Travers tool catalog. I have looked into devices from Zeats-Hofmann, Dayton Machine Tool and Koike-Aronson. They are more expensive than I need.

Thanks,

MJVanVoorhis@Compuserve.com

RE: Tilt-Rotary Tables

Mike,
Check out www.allfabcorp.com
They make welding positioners.
Hope they help.

RE: Tilt-Rotary Tables

(OP)
toolman - Great Site! Thanks so much!

RE: Tilt-Rotary Tables

Mike
When you spec, a rotary table
you need to give part size and weight.
www.gullco.com
also has these tables.
Rick

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