Product dimensions are available for every machine and rotary on this website. Rotary Type: Single-Head Rotary Single-Head Rotary Tables and Indexers are usually mounted to the right side of the table, with the rotary facing the centre of the machine. This is the basic setup we used to determine the fit of your rotary product. Image shown for mounting example purposes only. Your actual rotary and mill appearance may differ.
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It has also never seen steel. It does drive a 1. The current models appear to be built cheaper and somewhat cheesier. I know of only one new SL10, that is now traded in for an Okuma, which had major hydraulic issues, even after a complete replacement. There are 3 SLs I know about and they are also flawless. So, my point is that for me HAAS does the job as good as anyone would expect it and I would not for one second hesitate to buy another one. When I looked for my new lathe, I first looked at the SL20 with a boatload of options bigbore, toolsetter, parts catcher, high pressure coolant etc.
The price came to within an earshot of the 8" Mori Duraturn. I did end up buying the Mori, partly because of outside pressure, partly personal reasons, partly because of reputation and in large part for the mechanical features. Nonetheless, I am happy with the new machine less the control but I digress At the same time the SL20 would most likely have served me just as well, as long as the reliability remained the same as my others. For Jim, he had machine issues as well as dealer issues.
For all we or he knows, the two may even be related. In his case moving on to another brand sounds like the prudent thing to do.
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