Deluxe Vertical Turret Milling Machine from Palmgren

Combining the key features of Palmgren’s standard Vertical Turret Milling Machine, the Deluxe model delivers the same quality, durability, and value The addition of a two-axis digital readout, a “X” table power feed, and a “Y” axis power feed are standard features on the deluxe milling machine.  In addition, the Turret Milling Machine guarantees rigidity for a lifetime of vibration-free accuracy due to the extra fine Meehanite castings. The machine’s long term reliability and precision are the result of high-quality components and expertly crafted construction. Now observing its 100th anniversary, Palmgren is a C.H. Hanson brand.

About Palmgren

Since 1919 Palmgren products have proven their reliability, efficiency and durability in over 95 years of use by all types of industry throughout the world. Clarence Palmgren was acclaimed for his achievements and contributions to the metalworking industry through his innovative designs and patents.  He is credited with the design and manufacture of the first machine vises, cross slide and rotary tables that significantly increased efficiency and productivity with metalworking manufacturer’s worldwide.

This created the foundation of innovation and quality that the Palmgren brand is built upon and follows today. So it is no surprise that Palmgren continues to be a market leader not only with our vises and positioning tables but across our whole expanded metalworking product offering.

Palmgren today delivers tools for the generations and solutions that solve the needs of the metalworking industry.

Recognizing the value of the brand and the need for supplier consolidation by retailers, CH Hanson acquired Palmgren Steel Products in October 2013.

For information, call 800-827-3398 or visit www.palmgren.com.

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