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Arbor Press, 6 Tons
- Item # 40F033
- Mfr. Model # 903003
- UNSPSC # 23171622
- Catalog Page # 910
- Shipping Weight 310.0 lbs.
- Item Arbor Press
- Force in Tons 6
- Force Range (Lbs.) 0 to 24000
- Swing (In.) 7-3/4
- Table Work Surface (In.) 6-3/4 x 6-3/4
- Anvil Dia. Work Area (In.) 8-1/8
- Range of Slot Widths (In.) 1/2 - 3-1/16
- Max. Work Height (In.) 21.5
- Ram Dimensions (In.) 1.5 x 1.5 x 27
- Height (In.) 32.5
- Width (In.) 8-1/4
- Depth (In.) 20
- Base Size (In.) 8-1/4 x 29
- Construction Machined Gray Iron Cast Frame With Heat Treated And Ground Spindle, Heat Treated Ram, And Machined Table Plate
- Features Compound Leverage Mechanism Allows Greater Pressure Application With Minimum Effort And Sliding Pin Easily Converts Press From Compound To Single Leverage
- Includes Fixed Table And Hand Operated Brake
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