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Schaublin Milling Slides and Attachments
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Schaublin Home  Model 65 & 70 Lathes   Model 90 & 102 Plain Lathes 
102N-VM   102-VM     102 Accessories   102 Stands and Drives 
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102VM Photographs   120-VM    SV-130 & SV-150  135 Lathe  Schaublin Millers 
102N-VM Photographs
If you have a Schaublin machine tool of any kind - or special attachments, etc. -  that you would like to see displayed in the Archive, please do contact the writer

A collection of photographs showing, at the top of the page, an early version of  the Schaublin milling slide (with a high-speed milling and grinding unit and indexing and swivelling T-slotted table attachments) and, at the bottom, a later more rigid version in use on a 102 lathe.   



Complete late -type Vertical Milling Attachment (listed as 125-87.350) comprising the Column Unit (125-87.300) and swivelling "headstock" (102-87.450) with high-precision ball-bearing quill to take W20 collets. A wide range of extras was available for this unit including: a pawl-operated dividing head, geared reduction unit, swivelling vice and T-slotted angle table, high-speed grinding and milling attachments and various collet holders. All milling accessories carried the part number  "87".


email: tony@lathes.co.uk
Home   Machine Tool Archive   Machine-tools Sale & Wanted
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Schaublin Milling Slides and Attachments
Various Schaublin Handbooks and Sales Catalogues are available

Schaublin Home  Model 65 & 70 Lathes   Model 90 & 102 Plain Lathes 
102N-VM   102-VM     102 Accessories   102 Stands and Drives 
102-VM Accessories   102-VM Collets  120-VM   Schaublin 125 Lathe 
102VM Photographs   120-VM    SV-130 & SV-150  135 Lathe  Schaublin Millers 
102N-VM Photographs
If you have a Schaublin machine tool of any kind - or special attachments, etc. -  that you would like to see displayed in the Archive, please do contact the writer