Hunter's AutoComp Elite brake lathe features patent pending automatic compensation technology that directly determines the position of the internal plates to maximize speed and accuracy without operator intervention for the fastest, highest quality brake job possible, according to the company. The new 7-inch touchscreen offers a user-friendly interface that allows technicians to quickly look up required adaptors, operate the lathe with control over cutting direction and speed, and view instructional videos.
AutoComp Elite also includes Hunter's patented Anti-Chatter Technology (ACT), which eliminates the buildup of vibration that can occur when machining rotors at a fixed speed.
The AutoComp Elite has been approved by several OEMs including Acura, BMW/Mini, FCA, Form, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Infiniti, Kia, Lexus, Nissan, Subaru, Toyota, and Volkswagen.
Originally posted on Government Fleet