Industrial turning machines (lathes) are used to turn pieces of metal, plastic, or other materials into various shapes. Lathes can be used to make everything from car parts to baseball bats. They are very versatile and can be used in a variety of industries, including automotive, industrial manufacturing, and aerospace.

Lathes are powered by a variety of different motors. Some lathes use linear motors, while others use rotary motors. The type of motor used depends on the type of work that needs to be done. Linear motors are usually faster and more efficient than rotary motors, but they can also be more difficult to control.

Lathes are machines used to turn pieces of metal or other material.  Because lathes are so precise, they can cause injuries if not used and operated properly. Here are some common lathe injury types:

1. Burn injuries- When molten metal is ejected from the turning tool, it can cause burns.

2. Knives- When the cutting edge of a turning tool comes into contact with the user, it can cause knife injuries.

3. Chisels and gouges- A chisel or gouge that is not properly sharpened can cause serious injuries.

4. Repetitive stress injuries (RSI)- RSI is a type of injury caused by the repeated use of certain muscles in the arms, hands, and fingers.

5. Severe vibration- Vibration from the lathe can be very severe and cause injuries to the hands, arms, and shoulders.

If you have been injured by a turning machine (lathe), you should contact an attorney. A turning machine can be a dangerous machine that can cause serious injuries. If you have been hurt, an attorney can help you file a lawsuit and get compensation for your injuries.