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Elninio
03-03-2011, 10:06 AM
http://www.titan-tmg.ro/webalbum/index.html

http://www.titan-tmg.ro/images/machtools/retrofit1.jpg
http://www.titan-tmg.ro/webalbum/images/PAGE39.jpg
http://www.titan-tmg.ro/webalbum/images/PAGE05.jpg
http://www.titan-tmg.ro/images/factour/interior01.jpg

mike4
03-04-2011, 12:32 AM
Its good to someone isnt controlled by beancounters who hate to see money used for making money .

These would be amazing to see in operation .

Michael

darryl
03-04-2011, 02:39 AM
wonder if they could make a needle valve on one of those machines :)

Charles Lessig
03-04-2011, 07:14 AM
http://www.titan-tmg.ro/webalbum/index.html

http://www.titan-tmg.ro/images/machtools/retrofit1.jpg
http://www.titan-tmg.ro/webalbum/images/PAGE39.jpg
http://www.titan-tmg.ro/webalbum/images/PAGE05.jpg
http://www.titan-tmg.ro/images/factour/interior01.jpg


Notice the clutter on the "table" of the machine in the top picture.

.RC.
03-04-2011, 07:41 AM
There would still be quite a few with machinery that size in most countries...

You just don't hear or see it because the work they do would only be for a few customers, thus they don't need to advertise..

sch
03-04-2011, 12:19 PM
Judging from the few auctions I have been to, the clutter is likely to
be the manuals for the machine, which, since this is a manufacturers
site is a new machine.

danlb
03-04-2011, 02:15 PM
I'm pretty sure the "clutter" he mentions is the people, tables and other items on that huge "table". It must be 30 x 60 feet, at the very least.

Dan

gmatov
03-06-2011, 12:32 AM
Danl.

I think that planer mill, or whatever you would call it is less than 15 foot wide, and I don't think over 30 foot travel. Look at the operator and lay a couple of him end to end across the bed.

Horizontals in the first pic, I had were every bit as big 30 some years ago, and a couple from the late '30's. Ingersolls, and G and L's.



I've clumb up 40 feet, and down 30 or more to reattach the counterweight chain TO the counterweight, roller chain that you would not believe that they ever made. Counterweight was over 7 tons, just to take some of the load off the elevation screw.

Looks like they are gearing up to go to WAR.

Cheers,

George

John Garner
03-06-2011, 05:44 PM
I find it interesting that Titan-TMG was willing to publish that first picture, the one featuring the green boring mills, because it shows their use of an "outsourced" Innse (from Brescia, Italy) in their own plant.

Elninio
03-06-2011, 05:51 PM
I find it interesting that Titan-TMG was willing to publish that first picture, the one featuring the green boring mills, because it shows their use of an "outsourced" Innse (from Brescia, Italy) in their own plant.
its a retrofit

garagemark
03-06-2011, 07:52 PM
Where'd you get the pics of my garage? I didn't give anyone permission to use my photos. :D

.RC.
03-07-2011, 06:49 AM
I find it interesting that Titan-TMG was willing to publish that first picture, the one featuring the green boring mills, because it shows their use of an "outsourced" Innse (from Brescia, Italy) in their own plant.

Yes I googled the name and found out it is an Innocennti borer..Somehow the name Berthiez (maker of large vertical borers) is tied up with the company (Innocennti) as well.... They had a deal of sorts with Mitsubishi in the 1960's to make their mills in Japan under licence..

Notice the CRT monitor on the table in the first pic... That tells us the picture certainly is not recent..

Also notice the small cranes on top.... Probably to lift the cutters up to install them in the spindle..