Hazemeyer Type HH
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Manufactured in Holland by a Company better known for its electrical products, the Hazemeyer lathe was current from around 1945 to 1950. Built along conventional WW lines (Webster Whitcomb) with a flat-topped, bevelled-edge bed it mounted a compound slide rest with much larger micrometer dials than normally found on this class of machine. Supplied in a fitted wooden box, the lathe was delivered complete with a good set of essential accessories including wire collets, four stepped collets, collets for the tailstock, wax chucks, arbors (chucks) to take grinding wheels and slitting saws, etc., a flip-up hand toolrest , drive dogs, a set of tailstock runners and a self-centring drilling attachment.
The Hazemeyer Company became Holec in 1963 and, after a further acquisition