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Craftsman Tools' centres are specially designed for CNC lathes and possess a range of performance enhancing features.

Capable of running at speeds of up to 8000 rpm and undertaking heavy duty applications (5MT capable of supporting 1000kg), Craftsman Tools' centres provide superior finishes and improve the productivity and efficiency of machine tools. All centres are 100% guaranteed for 2,000 hours.

Benefits of Craftsman Tools' Rotating Centres:
- Specially designed for CNC lathes
- Finest quality components: body, shank and spindles are hardened (HRC 60/62) and ground (0.003mm TIR)
- Give superior finishes
- Improve productivity and efficiency of machine tools
- Long life guarantee
- Manufactured at our precision engineering headquarters in the UK
- Trusted by major machine tool OEMs
- Large range available

Low profile body increases tool accessibility

Protected against ingress of dirt by low friction double lip, vented sealing system

Pre-loaded matched sets of ultra-precision angular contact bearings

Lubricated for life with specially formulated grease


Experience: Craftsman Tools has over 70 years' experience in designing and manufacturing Workholding equipment for use in varying industries

Design: our highly skilled in-house design team make effective use of industry standard 3D & 2D CAD software to streamline the design and approval process

Manufacture: we have a large and varied range of CNC Machines which include multi-axis milling machines, cylindrical grinding machines, wire EDMs and large envelope horizontal borers

Quality: our team of quality engineers make use of the latest metrology equipment including a 1.5x1.3m bed CMM

Delivery: by keeping design and manufacture in-house we have tighter control over production lead times

Pricing: a focus on design for manufacture allows Craftsman Tools to remain extremely competitive on price without compromising quality

Legacy: Craftsman Tools boasts an award winning apprentice school, which continues to train the next generations of engineers