General Specifications as per Brochure: Bar Diameter Capacity: w/out prep: .118" - 1.02" (3mm - 26mm) with prep: .118" - 1.102" (3mm - 28mm) Max. bar length: 3800 mm (12' 5") Min. bar length: 1000 mm (39.4") Max. remnant length: 420 mm (16.54" Magazine rack capacity: 11" Bar loading cycle time: 26 seconds for 12' bar Material straightness specification: .007" TIR/ft. of material (V blocks, 3 points equidistant) Feed force (pusher torque): max 4560 N, adjustable Forward feed rate: 1400 IPM, adjustable Return feed rate: 2360 IPM, adjustable Power consumption: 1.5 kw Operating voltage: 230V/60hz 3-phase Control voltage: 24V DC Oil capacity: 80 liters (22 gallons) Oil viscosity: ISO 150 cST Compressed air supply: 6 bar (90 psi) Compressed air consumption: approx. 10 liters per loading cycle Weight (approx.): 3,025 lbs Includes: (1) Guide channel set of your choice (channel sections, pusher & revolving tip (1) Universal telescopic nose w/ID liner (1) OD bar stock pusher collet (1) Custom lathe cable & interface plug FMB Turbo 3-26 12' 2 Guide Channel Set Complete Package: $40,650.00 Includes (2) Channel Sets, (2) Pushers, (2) Nose Liners & (2) Pusher Collets Optional Accessories - Prices Subject to Change: Installation: $3,100.00 Additional Guide Channel Sets: $3,350.00 ea. (includes pusher, revolving tip, nose liner & spindle liner) Additional Spindle Liners: $420.00 ea. (needed when using a guide channel set below the lathes bar capacity) Additional Bar Stock Collets: $120.00 ea. (1 needed for each size bar stock to be run) Polyurethane Bushing Blocks: $140.00 ea. (1) set includes upper & lower pieces and is used in place of rollers in standard steady rest when machining hex, square or profiled stock Air Knife: $1,050.00 (recommended to minimize bar feeder oil loss when running shafts) Long Pusher Kit: $1,900.00 ea. (required for some lathes) Second Movable Roller Steady Kit: $4,375.00 Bar Feeder installation does not include lathe-side software or hardware interface. This interface must be supplied and installed by the lathe OEM or dealer prior to bar feeder installation. The anchoring of the FMB bar feeder to the floor is a requirement and will be performed by the service technician.
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