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      Grazioli Lathes


      Grazioli of Milan made lathes and both vertical and horizontal milling machines. The smallest machine in their lathe range, the "Fortuna", had a centre height of 150 mm (6") and a centre capacity of 800 mm (31.5"). The larger DANIA range consisted of models with centre heights and (rather short for their size) between centres' capacities of:
      150 mm (6")/800 mm 
      180 mm (7")/1000-1500 mm (39.4/59") 
      200 mm (7.9")/1000-1500 mm, 
      215 mm (8.5)/1500-2000 mm (59/78.7") 
      245 mm (9.6")/1500-2000 mm, 
      260 mm (10.2")/1500-2000 mm
      300 mm (11.8")/1500/2000 mm
      The DANIA 260, a typical example of the range, had a centre height of 260 mm (10.2") and was available with either 1500 or 2000 mm between centres. The bedways were hardened and ground and a gap was standard across the range - in the case of the 260 this admitted material a substantial 750 mm (29.5") in diameter. The spindle, bored through 90 mm (3.94") carried a Cam Lock 11" D1 nose and ran, driven by a 15 HP motor, at 16 speeds from 16 to 1260 rpm. The screwcutting gearbox provided, through a safety-clutched drive, 72 longitudinal and surfacing feeds and generated metric, English, module and diametral thread without gears having to be added to, or subtracted from, the drive train; automatic knock-off stops were fitted to the longitudinal feeds.
      Strongly built, the headstock was fitted with an automatic spindle brake and forced-feed lubrication for the bearings - the headstock gear case was sealed and splash lubricated from a separate supply.
      Apart from a smaller CamLock spindle fitting, even the smallest  machine in the DANIA range, the 180 (illustrated at the bottom of the page) retained all the features, and wide threading range, of its larger brothers..

      Grazioli DANIA 260 with a 260mm centre height - and either 1500 or 2000mm between centres.

      DANIA 180 - smallest machine of the range - with a 180 mm
      centre height and either 1000 or 1500 mm between centres


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