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Garvin Screw Machine. The smallest in the range and a lathe dedicated solely to the production of small parts, not greater than 0.25" in diameter, such as the screws studs and pins as found in watch cases, clocks, electric-light fittings and instruments, etc.

Garvin made screw machines in a variety of  sizes and to special order.  Their No. 2 and No. 12 machines was heavily built - over 1100 lbs - and designed to handle general screw and stud work and "ordinary machine-shop use".

The largest Garvin Screw Machine was the No. 3, a powerful lathe that weighed over one ton. Power was fed to the turret slide by gears and a chain-driven rod - enabling it to be driven along the bed.

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Home    Machine Tool Archive    Machine Tools For Sale & Wanted
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Garvin USA
Hand Screw Machines and Production Lathes
Garvin Lathes Home Page   Garvin Millers

If any reader has details of the Garvin screwcutting lathe
range the writer would be pleased to hear from them

Reproductions of wonderful Garvin Catalogs are available