Hunter’s QuickComp Lathe's Computerized Compensation Adjusts For Lateral Runout
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Hunter’s QuickComp Lathe’s Computerized Compensation Adjusts For Lateral Runout

Patented anti-chatter technology oscillates machining speed to prevent buildup of vibration or chatter. Hunter’s patented variable-speed drive system allows the operator to change speeds during machining and resurface rotors at the fastest possible speed.

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Hunter-QC_Lathe-copyHunter Engineering Company’s QuickComp lathe features a two-way adjustable compensation adaptor that works with Hunter’s patented ProComp computerized compensation to adjust for lateral runout of the hub in seconds.

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This feature allows rotors to be refinished to OEM specifications in minutes.

Patented anti-chatter technology oscillates machining speed to prevent buildup of vibration or chatter.

Hunter’s patented variable-speed drive system allows the operator to change speeds during machining and resurface rotors at the fastest possible speed.

 

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