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With wintery snow in the rearview mirror, LeBlond charges into spring by announcing a sale on vertical knee mills.
A current video game shows abandoned lathes in the background. What is your favorite machine tools reference in pop culture?
U.S. orders for machine tools rebound in September 2015.
The cross feed screw on a LeBlond lathe is a case study on why to go OEM for machine tool parts.
Don’t miss LeBlond’s current holiday promotion and the opportunity to save up to 15% off or as much as $9,600 off list price on a heavy-duty manual lathe.
LeBlond’s classic Regal and current RKL line of metal lathes have one thing in common – the machine tool parts support LeBlond provides.
Hey LeBlond, why so much for freight for my recent machine tools purchase? Hey customer, here’s why …
U.S. orders for machine tools and cutting tool consumption continued a trend in July 2015 … over a cliff.
The design of LeBlond’s current RKL metal lathe sets it apart from its forefather — the classic Regal.
RKL 1340V, 1560V and 1960V … the “V” stands for variable as in variable speed, the primary difference between LeBlond’s historic Regal lathe and the company’s current RKL metal lathe models.