Harvey enter U.S. market with T40 Turbo lathe

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Harvey Industries, a manufacturer of woodworking machinery sold in 105 countries, has entered the U.S. market with the T40 Turbo lathe.

The company says the lathe is designed for turners who simply don’t have the space for a large floor lathe but refuse to sacrifice full-size lathe capabilities.

The T40 “senses resistance and increases or decreases torque in response. And it takes just two milliseconds to change speeds in response to torque demand. So you always have the power you need when you need it. And with the digital readout, you’ll always know your RPM, from 60 to 4,300,” Mark Strahler, the company’s U.S. marketing manager, said in a statement.

“The T40 Turbo Lathe has features you won’t find on other bench top lathes. For example, an industrial Servo Motor system serves as the spindle drive, enabling the variable speed T40 to follow the turner’s dynamic cuts with remarkable speed consistency.”

For more, visit www.harveywoodworking.com.

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