The Hardinge 210LP is a gear-driven, low-profile rotary table with a precision-ground A2-5 16C spindle that will accept collets, expanding collets and step chucks without the use of an adapter, when used in conjunction with the Optional Pneumatic Collet Closer. A 210mm removable precision-ground slotted face plate is standard. The robust dual-bearing spindle provides support for heavier radial and axial loads with indexing speeds of up to 240-degrees per second. Built-in spindle clamp handles off-center drilling, cross-axis milling and other cutting applications! This low-profile rotary table feature a hardened steel worm and hardened steel worm gear for long life and continued accuracy. Double eccentric adjustments provide the finest possible gear mesh from the factory. The motor is available as a left or right-hand mount. The Hardinge 4th axis rotaries are available for the Hardinge GX and XR Machines with Fanuc or Heidenhain controls and the GX1000 Machine with OSP control. These units are also available for other machine manufactures.
Hardinge is a global designer, manufacturer and distributor of machine tools, specializing in SUPER- PRECISION(TM) and precision CNC Lathes, high performance Machining Centers, high-end cylindrical and jig Grinding machines, and technologically advanced Workholding & Rotary Products. Hardinge is also the world’s largest manufacturer of collets (5C Collets, 16C Collets, 20C Collets, Swiss Collets and other styles) for all brands of machines including custom engineered solutions. Hardinge has a very diverse customer base and serves a wide variety of end-user markets. This customer base includes metalworking manufacturers which make parts for a variety of industries, as well as a wide range of end users in the aerospace, agricultural, transportation, basic consumer goods, communications and electronics, construction, defense, energy, pharmaceutical and medical equipment, and recreation industries, among others. Hardinge has manufacturing operations in the United States, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Taiwan, and China.