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1965 Deckel SOE TOOL &
Location:
Harrison, NJ
Weight:
143 Lbs.

Specifications

Condition:
used
Year:
1965
Serial number:
SOE/65-285
Stock number:
141537
Approx. dims:
26" x 22- 1/2" x 12- 3/4"H
Approx. weight:
143 Lbs.
Grinding wheel speed:
4500 RPM
Serial # soe/65-285 new:
1965
Maximum collect capacity:
5/8"
Number of registers in index plate:
12

Description

DECKEL SOE TOOL CUTTER GRINDER
SERIAL # SOE/65-285 NEW: 1965
Uses 4" Dia. x 1" Face x 1/2" Cup Style Wheels
Grinding Wheel Speed: 4500 RPM
Lateral Traverse of Index Head Slide for Off Center Radii Both Ways: 3/8" Max.
Maximum Relief Angle for Right Hand Tools: 45 Degrees
Maximum Relief Angle for Left Hand Tools: 15 Degrees
Number of Registers in Index Plate: 12
Maximum Collect Capacity: 5/8"
Approx. Weight: 143 Lbs.
Approx. Dims.: 26" x 22- 1/2" x 12- 3/4"H
Standard Features:
Axial Adjustable Grinding Spindle
Wheel Dresser with Diamond
Manual Hand Movement of Work Holder Head
Wheel Guard
Micrometer Adjustment of Wheel In & Out and Tool Slide
In & Out
Built-In Dust Collector
Equipped With:
Assortment of Collets
The SOE performs faster and more accurately than the
SO. It features a time saving axially adjusted
grinding spindle, a fly-mounted tool carrier and an
advanced dressing attachment.
The SOE, a further development of the standard SO
version, features a totally enclosed housing with
built-in drive system, a dust exhaust, an axially
adjustable grinding spindle, a special wheel dresser
and a fly-mounted tool carrier.
Ingenious Wheel Dresser:
The built-in wheel dresser for reconditioning the face
of the grinding wheel, ensures optimum results in all
grinding operations. An eccentric disc limits the
swivel motion of the dressing diamond, in such a way,
that the small projecting rim remains on the wheel
face, thus avoiding overheating of the cutting tool,
on particular grinding operations.
Axially Adjustable Grinding Spindle:
The grinding spindle, which is held in sturdy,
high-accuracy bearings (as on the SO), is
additionally arranged for play-free axial adjustment
by means of a knurled knob. Dressing is performed by
moving the grinding wheel towards the diamond. This
affords the advantage that the position of the
wheel,relative to the tool to be ground, always
remains the same, thus saving the time and trouble of
tedious readjustments thereby helping to avoid
grinding errors.
Powerful Dust Exhaust:
The exemplary dust exhaust unit is accommodated in the
housing and switched on together with the machine.
The wheel is virtually enclosed by a rotatable guard
in both grinding and dressing operations thereby
ensuring efficient removal of all dust particles.
The dust is retained by a filter, arranged for easy
replacement with the aid of a quick-clamping lever.
Higher Precision and Greater Convenience:
Apart from the additional axial spindle adjustment,
the SOE has the same setup and adjustment features as
the SO, but the tool carrier is fly-mounted on the
sturdy locating tube and thus provides greater
handling ease and faster setting-up.
For moving the tool in contact with the wheel, and for
feed motions, the locating pin with the tool carrier
is coarsely adjusted axially. Fine adjustment is by
means of a guide sleeve preloaded by cup springs for
play-free, high-accuracy positioning in steps of
0.01mm (0.0004"). As on the SO, two swivel bearings
permit