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    Hardinge Conquest GT-CE

    Hi Guys and Gals
    I am looking for information on a Hardinge Conquest GT-CE
    I have been in the hoby laser and cnc for a few years now.
    The Boss an work found this out and passed the cnc shop onto me
    We have just installed the above machine and i am looking for a manual
    suitable for this machine ( I am totaly lose with this to start with)
    Information i can find is for the GT27 or GT42 and so forth.
    How do i identifie my machine for the right documents for running and repairs. ?
    any pointers or information would be very much appreciated
    GE Fanuc Series 18-T
    Conquest GT-CE
    Regards Tom

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    Re: Hardinge Conquest GT-CE

    Any Body ?

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    Re: Hardinge Conquest GT-CE

    Quote Originally Posted by tommyb43 View Post
    Hi Guys and Gals
    I am looking for information on a Hardinge Conquest GT-CE
    I have been in the hoby laser and cnc for a few years now.
    The Boss an work found this out and passed the cnc shop onto me
    We have just installed the above machine and i am looking for a manual
    suitable for this machine ( I am totaly lose with this to start with)
    Information i can find is for the GT27 or GT42 and so forth.
    How do i identifie my machine for the right documents for running and repairs. ?
    any pointers or information would be very much appreciated
    GE Fanuc Series 18-T
    Conquest GT-CE
    Regards Tom
    Where are you based?

    I run two of these daily in the UK. They're very good production machines, both of mine are barfeed and like churning out parts as long as you keep an eye on the swarf build up on the slide cover.

    You are looking at a Hardinge Conquest GT27. The CE means it came with the European standard interlocks and safety features. I was pretty sure the manuals were available from Hardinge, and I had seen copies on eBay before, but there are a few differences to the non-CE machines.

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    Re: Hardinge Conquest GT-CE

    Quote Originally Posted by ::Andy:: View Post
    Where are you based?

    I run two of these daily in the UK. They're very good production machines, both of mine are barfeed and like churning out parts as long as you keep an eye on the swarf build up on the slide cover.

    You are looking at a Hardinge Conquest GT27. The CE means it came with the European standard interlocks and safety features. I was pretty sure the manuals were available from Hardinge, and I had seen copies on eBay before, but there are a few differences to the non-CE machines.
    Thanks Andy much appreciated (Conquest GT27 Got ya)

    I am based in Northern Ireland and have just started to research the machines we have to get as much information as i can for the lads running them.
    Dont get me weong these guys are doing a great job but the more information i have for them the better,
    there is no way i could write code the way these guys can , I am running a 6090 CHina CNC at home which is a totaly diffrent dragon
    If you have any pointers that would be very much appreciated

    Kind Regards Tom

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