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TOS FN40 Universal Precision Milling Machine. Made in Czechoslovakian Republic with a vertical, T-slotted knee some 1160 x 260 mm and fitted with five 12/21 mm T-slots on 45 mm spacing, the front of the machine was intended to accept a choice of two rectangular tables – one plain and the other able to be inclined, tilted and swung and fitted with an in-out feed. Two motors were fitted: one, of 2.2 kW, was used to drive the cutter spindle; the other, of 1.8 kW, the table-feeds’ gearbox – both drives passing from motor to gearbox using double V-belts. Running in high-precision roller bearings.

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