Tilting Table
Tilting Table

Tilting Table

Posted by : Mr. John Chacko
Last updated on : Apr 07,2014
Product added on : Aug 07,2012
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Product Description
Cast Iron Tilting Table is a useful accessory for setting work at an Angle for Milling or other operations. The Table has Machined T-slots along length and can swing up to 45º on either side. For setting purpose a degree scale, reading minimum one degree, is graduated on the end face of cylindrical base itself. This ensures better setting accuracy. The Table is set manually to the
required tilt and is locked in the set position by means of two locking clamps held through bolts.

» Made from close grained plain Cast Iron Castings conforming to Grade FG-220 of IS-210. Casting duly stress relieved.
» Table top and base are flat and parallel within 0.05 mm per 300 mm
» T-slots are parallel to the edge of the table and the cylindrical base within 0.05 mm per 300 mm.
» T-slots parallel to the edges within 0.05 mm per 300 mm
About the Supplier

Established in 1979, MICRO-FLAT DATUMS (P) LTD. has been a leading name in offering top notch Hospital Furniture. Located in Anand, Gujarat, we offer the best quality Tilting Table to our customers at best prices in the industry.

  • Nature of Business
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  • Number of Employees
  • Year of Establishment
  • Annual Turnover
    Rs 4 Crores
  • Working Days
    Monday - Sunday
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Contact Details
Zone D-3,25-28,G.I.D.C.,Vitthal Udyognagar, Vallabh Vidyanagar, Dist. Anand,
Anand, Gujarat, 388121, India
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Mr. John ChackoManager - Sales And Marketing
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