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Glassworking lathes 3260 - 3500

Universal – Glassworking lathes

Item number: 3260 – 3500


The machines excel by a sophisticated, modern and sturdy construction, whilst being absolutely reliable and highly precise. Hardened and ground and therefore wear-resistant dual round bar guide bed in combination with a throughout machined base. A closed stainless steel cover protects the bed against heat radiation and soiling. Modern components guarantee an axial exactness and a play free running, assuring the use of the machine for decades.


The main drive of machine grants even in the lower range of speed an exact control of spindle rotation.

It is characterized by a high and steady torque.

The right working head can be separated from drive by clutch.

Working spindles have plane flanges on both sides to accept chucks on the outer flanges as well.


Power transfer to the working spindles via easily adjustable double roller chains.

The right working head and the burner support are guided on precision linear ball bearings.


This technical complex construction guarantees the so important wear-reduced running during the continuous oscillating working method.

The machines are standardly offered with three-jaw ring chucks. On demand, also other clamping devices can come into operation.

Furthermore, machines can be equipped with automatic advance, burner gas supply, blast air device, burner equipment, forming tools up to fully automatic control via industrial- PC (Arnold Easy Panel System AEPS).


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Technical Details



Spindle bore262 - 504 mm
Working length between spindle flanges2500 - 3200 mm
Centre height above burner support600 - 1000 mm
Steplessly variable speed rangemax. 150 1/min

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Foot switch with flexible steel coated connector cable for spindle ON/OFF



Foot switch with flexible steel connector cable for spindle ON/OFF and stepless control of speed



Laminar clutch for left fixed working head for spindle ON /OFF



Left working head standardly fixed, also moveable via gear and hand wheel.