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Turret and capstan Lathe Machine ( )
The capstan lathe and turret lathe machines are employed in production work and are considered as an extension of engine machine. It consists of hexagonal turrent head and three tool post.  Multiple tools can be fitted and fed into the work piece. This machine supports different operations and can produce different parts at a fast pace. It occupies more floor space and is used in large industries only.



BEDWAYS- Bed is hyperbolic bridge constructed and specially designed wide opening to easy chip disposal
it is heavily built and robust constructed in all models
       
HEAD STOCK- Hardened and ground gears, spindle, spline, shaft quill,,
Head sstock body is latest designed by our engineers,the spindle is mounted on taper roller bearings and angular bearigns,
The headstock takes the load capacity of  spindle and the mechanism for driving
it. In the belt-driven type headstock, the driving mechanism consists
 of a cone pulley that drives the spindle power to run machine
       
       
TAIL STOCK      
The main function of the tailstock is to hold the revolving center or dead center to
support one side of the work    
being machined between centers., it can also be used to hold live
centers,  drills bits, reamers, and drill chucks. The tailstock
moves on the bed ways along the length of the bed to work of different 
lengths. It can be clamped in the desired position by the tailstock
clamping nut.      
       
CARRIAGE      
The carriage drives the crossfeed slide and the compound rest which
in turn carries the cutting tool in the toolpost. The carriage slides on
the ways along the bed     
 The wings of      
the H-shaped saddle contain the bearing surfaces which are fitted to the bed ways
of the bed. The cross slide  is machined to form a dovetail for the
crossfeed slide. The crossfeed slide is very close fitted to the dovetail and
has a tapered gib which fits between the carriage
dovetail and the matching dovetail of the crossfeed slide.
       
APRON      
The apron is attached to the front side( operator side ) of the
carriage. It contains the controls of the movement of the
carriage for longitudinal feed and thread cutting. It controls the all
movement of the cross-slide. One should thoroughly understand the
construction and operation of the apron before attempting to operate the
lathe.      
       
GEAR BOX      
for the inconvenience and loss of time involved in
removing and replacing change gears, ESSKAY Brand  lathes have a selfcontained
change gear mechanism,and its called a "quick-change gear box.or Norton Gear Box"
There are a number of types used on different types of lathes, but they are all similar in principle