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I am having cnc lathe with SL pro system, Now we are not having spindle encoder, please tell me how we can run machine with out spindle encoder.

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Any arbor (especially new arbors) have to be lapped into the spindle using a fine lapping compound which can be easily found at auto parts stores.

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Based on your post, the local distributor of the AJAX CNC Lathe can not repair nor replace, then perhaps you should try to go direct to the systems manufacturer.
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