Fryer Toolroom Lathes
Fryer Machine Systems builds a full line of high quality, American made toolroom engine lathes designed for fast and efficient production of short-run and one-off parts. User friendly, conversational software and unique manual automatic operation making these machine ideal for the toolroom.
Designed by toolmakers for toolmakers, the Fryer Easy Turn Series provides rugged construction and high accuracy in a compact toolroom lathe. The Easy Turn is easier to use than a conventional lathe yet offers the productivity of a CNC. Time consuming manual set-ups for threading, chamfers, and contours are eliminated by the Easy Turn’s handle driven “Do One” cycles and electronic stops.
Large Capacity Turning
Heavy duty construction distinguishes the ET Large Capacity Series lathes. Designed for applications where high rigidity is required, these machines can be custom configured for your most demanding applications. Easy to use operator interface allows simple shop floor programming for one-off parts. High performance drives and motors combine with standard G-Code interface allows production to run smoothly and efficiently.
Fryer Machine’s XL Series lathes provide the ultimate in performance for your large part machining needs. These wide bed (30″) heavy duty engine lathes provide incredible capacity to handle the toughest jobs you have. Designed as the heaviest machines in its class, these machines feature centers distances up to 240″ and spindle bores up to 16″. Innovative features like live tooling, C axis, Y axis, automatic chucks and auto steady rests allow you to customize the machine to best suit your application.
Vertical Turret Lathe
The Fryer VT Series is an affordable, compact vertical turret lathe. Featuring an innovative traveling column design that integrates high rigidity and exceptional positioning accuracy. The VT series is available with full C axis contouring and positioning as well as live tooling. Equipped with our easy-to-use Touch 2100 CNC control that combines conversational programming and G code programming.