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Efco Valve Grinding & Lapping

Quick delivery Valve Grinding & Lapping Machines, Test Benches etc from Efco Germany

Ex-Demonstration Machines at Very Special Prices


Magnetic Workholding & Lifting Magnets

Electro-Permanent Magnetic Chucks and Permanent Magnetic Clamping Blocks for vertical and horizontal CNC Machining Centres, conventional milling machines, borers, vertical and horizontal lathes and many other applications. MagVise magnetic chucks and clamping blocks allow for fast setup, secure clamping of irregular or rough workpieces and unobstructed 5 sided machining. (video on product pages)


Lifting Magnets from 100kg to 3000kg are also available.

CNC Vertical Borers CNC Vertical Lathes

CNC Vertical Borers / CNC Vertical Lathes from 600 mm up to 3,400 mm turning diameter.

Pictured is one of two special 1600ATC's with 1950mm turning diameter at John Heine & Son (est.1886) in Sydney. Typically the materials machined are high chrome cast irons with hardness values of 650 to 700 Brinell.


Sachman Frazer Traveling Column Ram Type Bed Mills

X Axis Travels from 3,000mm up to 30,000mm

The Sachman Frazer may be equipped with Continuous or 0.02 degree Indexing Automatic Universal Heads

or various Electrospindle Heads. It is also possible to install a rotary table for workpieces up to 3 tons and/or a torque motor driven turning table.

Sir Meccanica WS3 Full CNC

NEW Sir Meccanica WS3 FULL CNC portable multi-function machine tool

• curved shaping with any type of radius

• conical machining any type of chamfers

• facing on variable geometric surfaces

• “phonograph” grooves with any type of grooving

• all type of threads with any thread pitch

• pre-set for internal overlay welding

From 160 mm to 600 mm diameter


Sachman CNC Bed Mills - The T Concept

Sachman TS10, Thora and T/TRT314 CNC Bed Mills are designed such that the columns moves on the cross traverse, so there is no cross moving ram:

1) There is no need for compensation systems which are normally required on ram machines.

2) The distance between head and column is always the same, so the head‘s working conditions remain constant and independent from the transversal position. Machines with ram, on the other hand, show reduced rigidity when the head moves outwards.

3) When the column is completely to the back there is a good distance between head and table, allowing machining even with long tools.

4) The T structure guarantees precision and stability over the course of many years, higher than those of ram machines.

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