ROTO-STAR 3

Designed and Manufactured in the USA

A high precision rotary welding positioner designed and manufactured in the USA to ensure the best welding performance.

Featuring a 8" (203mm) diameter chuck with a thro' spindle of 2-1/2" (60.3mm) to hold any length tube or pipe.

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THE ROTO-STAR 3


the latest generation in high precision in rotary welding positioners.

Surface Plates


Roto-Star machines equipped with surface plates add versatility when welding irregular shapes and materials. Made from solid aluminium, Roto-Star plates provide a superior work surface ideal for most welding applications. All have reference rings for quick part positioning and tapped holes for secure clamping. 12” and 16” diameters are available for ROTO1 & ROTO3 respectively.

Specification

Model ROTO3
Voltage 110v or 240v
Chuck 8" (203mm)
Swing @ 0° (Maximum) 20" (508mm)
Vertical Weight Capacity 125kg
Horizontal Weight Capacity 75kg
Thro' spindle part capacity 2-1/2" (63.5mm)
Spindle Rotation 360°
Spindle Speed 0-8 RPM
Angle Adjustment 0-90° (in 15° increments)
Grounding Capacity 300A
Shipping Weight 45kg
Optional Rotary Table 16" (406mm)
Fixed Rotary Table -

Features

Available With a Three Jaw Chuck or surface plate - Designed to hold a wide range of parts
Heavy Duty Construction - Supports work pieces up to 100kg
Unique Through Spindle Feature - Will accommodate any length of material up to 1-1/2" (38.1mm) Diameter
Dual grounding System - Ideal for Alluminium or stainless steel welding
Variable Speed Control panel - With smooth movement in forward and reverse from 0 to 15 RPM
Work Head Positions 0 to 90 Degrees - Increases machine versatility
Stop/Start Foot Pedal Operation - For hands-free operation
Available with optional Variable Speed Foot Pedal - Puts the operator in control

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