With an investment of $ 1. 3 million, Morgan Industrial, finalized an ambitious expansion project that culminated in the commissioning of new equipment. These large machines for repair, as 2,600 mm horizontal lathes and boring dump a table of 5-foot-long shifts on its axis up to 12 meters. This equipment Industrial Morgan puts the national forefront as far as repair parts and industrial components is concerned. "We are proud with this investment, we are only between the First and Fourth Region that have such equipment," said Alfonso Teplizky, General Manager of Morgan Industrial. The company also decided to enhance its services in the coatings with special alloys such as chromium, tungsten carbide lathe and cobalt, acquiring art HVOF equipment, which will arrive in the coming weeks carbide lathe. The development of this investment is key to the repair of large parts, so common in mining, cutting-edge technology is ready to serve and mineral development in the country. (Aprimin). . When metals such as steel, brass, iron, and so on must be machined, carved or cut, the process is carried out using a carbide lathe metal. There are various kinds of metal lathes for various purposes and tolerances, but the most common metal carbide lathe is a big, heavy duty piece of equipment consists of a number of components including: 1) the paddle, 2) bed, 3) feed and leadscrews, 4) transportation, 5) Cross Slide, 6) made up the rest, 7) toolpost, and 8) tailstock. Each of these parts has a vital role in the operation of the carbide lathe metal carbide lathe. In very simple terms, a piece of metal, usually called the stock exchange, is inserted into the spindle of the carbide lathe and the spindle, defined by the blade is rotated at a set speed. Pre-selected carbide lathe cutting bits or other hardened material, are held rigidly in place by the toolpost. Bits, positioned and controlled by the transport mechanism, are automatically set to start rolling against the cut. The stock rotation is suspended in the bed and can be moved back and forth, and leadscrew from feedscrew as bits of working are engaged, disengaged and replaced by the cross slide and compound rest. With the advent of plastics and alloys, metal carbide lathe to be much more versatile than it was at its inception in the early 19. Henry Maudsley is generally credited as the inventor of the modern metal lathe, carbide lathe. There are now many types and variations of the metal lathe, each designed for a particular function and / or tolerance. Some of the most common types of lathes are: the carbide lathe center is the simplest of return as well as the largest, the carbide lathe bed that is usually small enough to be mounted on a workbench, the turret lathe, which allows more bits to be simultaneously engaged. Other less versatile lathes, which are used for more specialized operations include engine lathes, tool room lathe, capstan carbide lathe and multi-spindle lathe. Computer technology has given the metal carbide lathe a wide range of versatility, economy and ease of operation. The numerical control lathe, a computer operated machine allows an operator to easily program a particular feature of the manufacturing process. With the push of a button, the numerical control carbide lathe automatically set the correct spindle speed and include the designated number of bits of work in just the right angle and depth carbide lathe. Today, the carbide lathe CNC carbide lathe is the most commonly used metal. nbsp;. . .