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    Default hardinge CHNC lathe-looking for parts

    i have a couple of Hardinge CHNC lathes w/Allen Bradley 7300 control, i am looking for an "affordable" contact for spare parts such as resolvers for the axis i have a small supply of parts (except the resolvers) that i may be willing to trade if anyone needs something else also.

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    Default Re: hardinge CHNC lathe-looking for parts

    Try calling Mike Ternstrom at Ternstrom and Co phone 847-391-4220
    They rebuild Hardinge machine and may have some
    Tom

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    Default Re: hardinge CHNC lathe-looking for parts

    Hi,
    I am parting out a CHNC with a Fanuc control and GE servos ,might the resolvers be the same as yours?

    Bertie

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    Default Re: hardinge CHNC lathe-looking for parts

    Tom
    thanks for the reply unfortunately they only supply parts from the factory but it is good to have them as a second contact definitely
    thanks

    Bertie,
    im not sure if they are the same i would have to say probably not mine are all allen bradley still but i will try to get into the machine and get a picture of what i have it would definitely be cool if they were the same i will send it to you as soon as i get it
    thanks

    Bertie can i ask how long your retro fit with fanuc lasted? we are contemplating getting ours retrofitted but i am just not sure it would be worth it considering their age, your thoughts?
    thanks again

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    Default Re: hardinge CHNC lathe-looking for parts

    Hi

    I have resolvers for a Hardinge CHNC AB

    Paul

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    Default Re: hardinge CHNC lathe-looking for parts

    Quote Originally Posted by thelonegunmen View Post
    i have a couple of Hardinge CHNC lathes w/Allen Bradley 7300 control, i am looking for an "affordable" contact for spare parts such as resolvers for the axis i have a small supply of parts (except the resolvers) that i may be willing to trade if anyone needs something else also.

    I have a CHNC for parts or whole (lost mother board per Hardinge). Now have a CHNC II.

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    Default Re: hardinge CHNC lathe-looking for parts

    Quote Originally Posted by thelonegunmen View Post
    i have a couple of Hardinge CHNC lathes w/Allen Bradley 7300 control, i am looking for an "affordable" contact for spare parts such as resolvers for the axis i have a small supply of parts (except the resolvers) that i may be willing to trade if anyone needs something else also.

    I have a Hardinge CHNC lathes w/Allen Bradley 7300 control. The machine is all together hardinge replaced some new parts for me the mother board went ! I now have a CHNC II with 10TF controler with two alarms that i am working on (sv011 z LSI overflow and SV008 X excess error (stop) ) My company makes switches that we have made to work on collet switch alarm i got. If i can help anyone let me know!!

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