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Year of Make: 1960
Year of Make: 1960
Year of Make: 1989
Germany | Wiesbaden
Year of Make: 1957
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Year of Make: 1969
Germany | Freiberg
HEIDE & HARBECK Hanseat BJ 1973 Lathe -funktionsfähig- quantity: 1 Dimensions: worktop 150 cmGesamtlänge 350 cmWidth 125 cmHeight 153 cmWeight: about 2500 Kg For more information on the lathe - see pictures. An inspection of the article - by appointment - at any time. The machine is in 71691 Freiberg am Neckar (Baden-Württemberg). International buyers are welcome - feel free to contact us if there are any questions shipping can on our part - for reimbursement by the buyer - are organized. For questions and information you can contact me anytime. Variances from the technical data as well as errors in the description of the article can pass and remain vorbehalten.Von used us trademarks are the property of the respective Firmen.Die listed in our auctions / descriptions brands for reference purposes only and not for advertising purposes 95-41-16 - Subject to prior sale -
Year of Make: 1976
Swing over bed 640 mm * Turning diameter over support 380 mm Turning length 3000 mm Center height 315 mm Passage 65 mm Speed range 9 - 1800/21 levels U / min Total power requirement 20 kW Machine's weight about 4 t Space needs about 6000 x 1250 x 1350 mm description Digital display Acu Rite 1 bezel 320mm
Year of Make: 1980
Manufacturer: Heidenreich & Harbeck Model: Hamburg 840th Year: in 1980. Control system: Mitsubichi Turning length: 2000 mm. Max swing: 840 mm. Maximum turning diameter over slide: 400 mm. The machine is in good condition and can be test run during the inspection.
Year of Make: 1973
1 x hand control and Zugspindeldrehbank Manufacturer: Heidenreich-Harbeck type: 18RO Year: 1973 s / n: 80011624 Weight: 2.6 t Technical specifications: Length: 1,000 mm Height: 200 mm Multifix 1,800 rpm for accessories delivery: free truck payment: before collection
Germany | Wiesbaden
Year of Make: 1958
VDF Heidenreich & HARBECK 21 RO
Switzerland | Bottighofen
Year of Make: 1971
Year of Make: 1972
VDF Heidenreich and Harbeck M530 K Rotating diameter over bed 560 mm Rotation diameter over support 350 mm Rotating length 2000 mm Croft 650 mm Length of the 300ft Speed 11.2-2240 rpm Spindle passage 60 mm Rapid Equipment: Forkhardt forage Total power requirement kW Machine weight approx. 2.5 t
The foundry HEIDENREICH & HARBECK GmbH – in short HUHAG – is located in Mölln and specializes on the development and manufacture of ready-to-mount cast components. Its clients include manufacturers from a variety of industries, such as machine engineering, agricultural engineering, wind power plant construction, construction machinery, rail cars and drive engineering.
HEIDENREICH & HARBECK GmbH dates back to 1868. At that time, the company was founded in the Karolinenviertel in Hamburg under the name of HEIDENREICH & HARBECK. The focus of production remained on lathes and engine lathes until the end of the First World War.
In 1927, the company from Hamburg acquired an abandoned foundry in Mölln, Schleswig-Holstein, that had evolved from the foundry Burmester (found. 1859). Over the following decades, the foundry experienced a great economic boost and developed into one of the largest industrial enterprises in the city of Mölln.
HEIDENREICH & HARBECK's factory in Hamburg had to greatly realign its production during the Second World War and then focused on the manufacture of artillery and guns. Later, in the 1950's, the company had not only made its name as a trend-setting enterprise for lathes in Europe, but - together with ZEISS Jena - also received the offer to produce the mirror for the observatory in Hamburg in 1951. However, in 1972 the entire company had to be sold to GILDEMEISTER AG from Bielefeld. In hindsight, this was a lucky stroke for the foundry in Mölln, because it was at the end of the 1970's that it was converted into a GmbH (Ltd.). From that moment on, it was possible for the company to function as an independent subsidiary of GILDEMEISTER. That same year, the Japanese company MAKINO acquired the factory in Hamburg and the factory is still run under the name MAKINO GmbH today.
The foundry in Mölln remained unaffected by all these developments. At the end of the 1980's it was entirely remodeled with the goal in mind to manufacture - for the first time in European history - cast parts up to 8 tonnes per piece. In 1993, HEIDENREICH & HARBECK was bought up by GILDEMEISTER's manager Ernst du Maire. In 2002 followed the transformation into an AG (incorporated company) which brought about the abbreviation HUHAG (HEIDENREICH & HARBECK AG). In the summer of 2012 the company came to face to face with bankruptcy and filed for insolvency. This development, however, led another company, LEIKO CAPITAL GmbH, to invest into the foundry for the long haul. Today, HEIDENREICH & HARBECK acts again as a GmbH and employs more than 200 people.