In 1898 Henry Hauser founded a workshop to manufacture machines for watchmaker and immediately noticed the potential for mechanization in the watch industry.
Machine Hauser M1 60 -70 years of the last century has proven Swiss quality, it is used as a coordinate machine, measuring microscope and boring machine.
The construction is very stable. Small milling operations can be performed on it.
Hauser M1 is equipped with a circular table, a centering microscope with 35x magnification, a punch and boring spindle.
Boring spindle with collets B8. Despite the compact device, this machine offers accuracy up to 0.001 mm.
Technical data Hauser Type M1:
- Longitudinal travel (X-axis) 100 mm
- Longitudinal travel (Y-axis) 100 mm
- Lifting (Z-axis) 40 mm
- Distance between the table and the spindle 90 mm
- Max. drilling capacity in steel Ø 4 mm
- Max. drilling in cast iron Ø 5 mm
- Lifting the drill spindle (Z-axis) 40 mm
- Max. reaming Ø 12 mm
- Spindel seat for collet shanks B-8
- Clamp of collet Ø 8 mm
- from 250 rev/min to 2700 rev/min
Weights and Dimensions:
- Length 600 mm
- Width 600 mm
- Height 140 mm
- Weight approx. 120 kg
- Circular table Ø 135 mm
- 35x centering microscope