The TD302 lathe was born from the necessity of reconditioning brake discs directly on board. Its use is needed when the removal and the following mounting operations of the disc are too complicated, like in four-wheel drives, or when pedal pulsation appears due to the "runout" effect, which is ever more widespread even on new vehicles. Thanks to the fixing system of the brake lathe in place of the caliper, on the same holes and surface of contact, the highest machining precision is offered, keeping the disc and the caliper aligned and, consequently, solving the underlying problem. Reduced weight and dimensions offer handiness and practical use. Moreover, the independent adjusting tools, the automatic feed in both directions, the endswitch and the complete standard equipment make it extremely fast and versatile on a wide variety of vehicles.