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T S Harrison & Sons was founded in 1898 and in the year 1900 built their first Harrison Lathe in Yorkshire, England. Harrison enjoys a long lathe history that spans over 110 years. To date there exists a North American Machine population of nearly 20,000 lathes and 140,000 machines throughout the world. Harrison has a recognized worldwide customer reputation for super precision quality, long...
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Quality Used lathes From Rondean. We have a large stock of quality used lathes. View pictures, specs and prices on used lathes such as Colchester, Harrison, Myford etc. Rondean have been supplying quality used lathes since 1984. Based in the North East of England with a 10'000 sqft showroom and full testing facilities, we offer a wide range of new and used Machinery & Tooling to the...
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Harrison has a recognized worldwide reputation for super precision quality, long term reliability, and universal serviceability. T S Harrison & Sons was founded in 1898 and in the year 1900 built their first Harrison Lathe in Yorkshire, England. Harrison enjoys a long lathe history that spans...
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Used machine tools, wood turning lathes, manuals and spare parts. Bendalloy and cerrobend and other metal alloys plus inlay materials for crafts people. For attaching to Colchester and Harrison lathes. For more information. For sale. Both new but slightly shop soiled. Pictures here.
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Manufacturers of colchester and harrison manual and cnc lathes, pratt burnerd chucking systems and Clausing machine tools. To make a general enquiry about our company, you can either send your enquiry to the following address or complete the form below:. 600 UK, Union Street, Heckmondwike, West...
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Blacksmith and Machine Shop We buy and restore antique Metalworking Machine Shop and Wood shop Machines to demonstrate build and re-Learn how the progression of tools and machine tool development has built the easier life we have today.a.k.a Ye Old Blacksmith and Machine Shop Learn how the progression of tools and machine tool development has built the easier life we have today vintage and old...
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