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Toledo Lathe. Originally cataloged as the No. 6 lathe, this massive 3400 lb machine was subsequently referred to as the Model 326 and supplied as standard with an 80-inch long bed and a swing of 30 inches. Driven by a 4-inch wide flat belt from a 200 r.p.m. countershaft, the lathe would have had adequate reserves of power to spin thicker-than-normal work – as well as being suitable for heavy-duty burnishing and bead turning on larger diameters

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