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We will be at the Cheltenham BHI Clock Watch and Tool fair This Saturday 18th May. Lots of first class lathes and Tools. Come along and support the BHI. This will be held at the Reddings & district Community Center  GL56 6RF. See our news column for more information.

Bushing Tool required, K W M or Bergeon would be ideal, as complete as possible with cutters broach`s, gauge and bushes in good condition.  Money waiting for the best example. Also Chronos/Boyle/Corrie or any wheel or pinion cutting engines,  Money awaits the best example.


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This is an outstanding example of this well known Swiss made lathe. Not as popular as the Schaublin 102 to which it bears a remarkable resemblance, but is an equal in build quality and operation. This one has the larger W25 headstock ( it does have a W20 headstock as well that goeswith it ) . A rare Bani 4 jaw self centering and independent chuck is included as well is A Rohm three jaw chuck . The accessories are as follows:-

  • Tripan tool holder
  • 3 jaw Chuck
  • 4Jaw Chuck
  • Tailstock chuck
  • 68 W25 collets Metric and Imperial
  • W25 1 & 2 Morse adaoptor
  • Male & Female centers
  • Schaublin Backdrive (inverter speed control)
  • Schaublin Humback Vertical slide
  • Schaublin W20 milling spindle
  • Schaublin speed reduction unit for above
  • Schaublin Milling vice for vertical slide
  • Schaublin Angle bracket for vertical slide
  • Schaublin Face plate & catch plate
  • Tailstock chuck
  • Hand rest
  • Grease gun

This lathe comes from the workshop of late Maurice Clark and was one of his favorite machines. Powered by a single to 3 phase variable speed inverter drive the lathe runs very smoothly and shows no signs of wear. This would be ideally suited to a clock workshop or serious model or prototype workshop. The purchaser will have to arrange removal and collection from Cornwall and is sold as seen. A detailed description and History of the Habegger lathe can be found on Please call me for any further information regarding this or any of the other machines from this workshop.


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