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    Bernardo Profi 550 Lathe

    I've been busy for a while with my bench lathe to convert it to cnc.
    and now it's time to share it on cnczone.

    The machine is from 2006, i bought it new.

    What to change?

    - Toolholder
    - Converting to leadscrews
    - VFD on main spindle
    - Mach3 Interface
    - PLC Connection
    - Steppers or servo motors.

    First of all some pictures.

    The machine for the idea...(allready some bits taken off


    Disasembled the current tool holder


    The new Multifix toolholder idea


    Manufactured a Spacer block from Steel 37 material, with pins


    Mounted spacer aligned on the X and Z side for drilling in the tapered pins


    Mounted holder for measuring some clamping parts.


    Very soon a update...
    Allready replaced the Z-axis leadscrew... later on some pictures.

    feel free to let me know what you think about it....

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    No new picture ? I m interested i just buy a Bernardo lathe

    thanks

    Bernardo Junior 150 Plus Lathe


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    I'm also interested because I'm in process of buying one.



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    Z-axis ballscrew mounted.

    currently project is a bit on hold, because of illness.

    soon maybe an update, when my milling machine is finished



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