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STANDARD EM-830 CNC Turret Mill with GSK Control

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Products are built on order, general delivery is 8~16weeks and includes sea freight to most seaports.

Description

Standard EM-830 CNC Turret Mill with GSK Control:

A CNC Turret Milling Machine is a type of computer-controlled milling machine that is widely used in manufacturing and metalworking applications. It is a highly versatile machine that can perform a variety of tasks, including drilling, cutting, and shaping metal and other materials.

The machine features a vertically-oriented spindle that holds cutting tools such as end mills, drills, and reamers. The spindle is mounted on a moveable arm or "turret," which can be rotated to position the cutting tool at different angles and depths. The turret typically holds several tools, allowing for rapid tool changes without the need for manual intervention.

A computer numerical control (CNC) system controls the machine's movements and cutting operations. The operator inputs the desired specifications into the CNC system, which then translates these instructions into precise movements of the machine's axes. The machine can be programmed to produce a wide variety of shapes and parts with a high degree of accuracy and consistency.

CNC Turret Milling Machines come in a range of sizes and configurations, from smaller machines designed for hobbyists and small workshops to larger, more robust machines used in heavy industry. They are commonly used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and electronics manufacturing, where precision and repeatability are critical to the production process.

Specifications
  • Travels
    • X-axis - 830mm
    • Y-axis - 340-380mm
    • Z-axis - 360mm
    • Type of Ram - Fix Ram
    • Quill - 127mm (CNC Axis)
  • Table
    • Size - 1370x280mm
    • Load - 100kg
  • Spindle

    • Taper - R8
    • Distance from Spindle nose to work table 80-420mm
    • Distance from Spindle center to column guideway - 200-650mm
    • Speed - 80~4500Rpm
    • Motor - 3.7kw (5hp)
  • Spindle Motor
    • X/Y Axis Motor - 6Nm
    • Z Axis Motor - 4Nm
  • Table "T" type Groove
    • No. of grooves - 3
    • Width - 28mm
    • Spacing - 63.5mm
  • Feeds
    • Cutting Feeds - 0~3,000mm/min
    • X/Y Rapid feed rate - 0-8000mm/min
    • Z Rapid feed rate - 0-6000mm/min
  • Accuracy
    • Positioning - 0,02/300mm
    • Repeatable - 0.02mm
  • Dimensions - 1900x1900x2450mm
  • Weight - 1650kg
    Delivery

    Build on Demand only.

    Delivery is 10-14 weeks from deposit


    How to use a CNC Turret Milling Machine

    Using a CNC Turret Milling Machine requires some basic knowledge and training in machine operation and programming.

    Here are the general steps for using a CNC Turret Milling Machine:

    1. Prepare the workpiece: Before using the machine, you need to secure the workpiece to the machine bed using clamps or a vice. Ensure that the workpiece is securely in place and won't move during machining.

    2. Set up the machine: Check that the machine is properly set up for the task you want to perform. This includes selecting the appropriate cutting tool, adjusting the spindle speed and feed rate, and setting the machine's axes to the correct starting position.

    3. Program the machine: Input the desired specifications into the machine's computer numerical control (CNC) system. This includes the cutting path, cutting depth, and any other relevant parameters.

    4. Run the machine: After setting up and programming the machine, you can start the machining process. The machine will follow the programmed cutting path, cutting away material to create the desired shape.

    5. Monitor the machining process: Keep an eye on the machine during the machining process to ensure that it is running smoothly and that the cutting tool is not being damaged. Make any necessary adjustments to the machine or the program as needed.

    6. Finish the workpiece: Once the machining is complete, remove the workpiece from the machine and perform any finishing operations, such as deburring or polishing, as necessary.

    It is important to note that using a CNC Turret Milling Machine requires training and experience to operate safely and effectively. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines to prevent accidents or damage to the machine.

     

    Description

    Standard EM-830 CNC Turret Mill with GSK Control:

    A CNC Turret Milling Machine is a type of computer-controlled milling machine that is widely used in manufacturing and metalworking applications. It is a highly versatile machine that can perform a variety of tasks, including drilling, cutting, and shaping metal and other materials.

    The machine features a vertically-oriented spindle that holds cutting tools such as end mills, drills, and reamers. The spindle is mounted on a moveable arm or "turret," which can be rotated to position the cutting tool at different angles and depths. The turret typically holds several tools, allowing for rapid tool changes without the need for manual intervention.

    A computer numerical control (CNC) system controls the machine's movements and cutting operations. The operator inputs the desired specifications into the CNC system, which then translates these instructions into precise movements of the machine's axes. The machine can be programmed to produce a wide variety of shapes and parts with a high degree of accuracy and consistency.

    CNC Turret Milling Machines come in a range of sizes and configurations, from smaller machines designed for hobbyists and small workshops to larger, more robust machines used in heavy industry. They are commonly used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and electronics manufacturing, where precision and repeatability are critical to the production process.

    Specifications
    • Travels
      • X-axis - 830mm
      • Y-axis - 340-380mm
      • Z-axis - 360mm
      • Type of Ram - Fix Ram
      • Quill - 127mm (CNC Axis)
    • Table
      • Size - 1370x280mm
      • Load - 100kg
    • Spindle

      • Taper - R8
      • Distance from Spindle nose to work table 80-420mm
      • Distance from Spindle center to column guideway - 200-650mm
      • Speed - 80~4500Rpm
      • Motor - 3.7kw (5hp)
    • Spindle Motor
      • X/Y Axis Motor - 6Nm
      • Z Axis Motor - 4Nm
    • Table "T" type Groove
      • No. of grooves - 3
      • Width - 28mm
      • Spacing - 63.5mm
    • Feeds
      • Cutting Feeds - 0~3,000mm/min
      • X/Y Rapid feed rate - 0-8000mm/min
      • Z Rapid feed rate - 0-6000mm/min
    • Accuracy
      • Positioning - 0,02/300mm
      • Repeatable - 0.02mm
    • Dimensions - 1900x1900x2450mm
    • Weight - 1650kg
      Delivery

      Build on Demand only.

      Delivery is 10-14 weeks from deposit

      How to use a CNC Turret Milling Machine

      Using a CNC Turret Milling Machine requires some basic knowledge and training in machine operation and programming.

      Here are the general steps for using a CNC Turret Milling Machine:

      1. Prepare the workpiece: Before using the machine, you need to secure the workpiece to the machine bed using clamps or a vice. Ensure that the workpiece is securely in place and won't move during machining.

      2. Set up the machine: Check that the machine is properly set up for the task you want to perform. This includes selecting the appropriate cutting tool, adjusting the spindle speed and feed rate, and setting the machine's axes to the correct starting position.

      3. Program the machine: Input the desired specifications into the machine's computer numerical control (CNC) system. This includes the cutting path, cutting depth, and any other relevant parameters.

      4. Run the machine: After setting up and programming the machine, you can start the machining process. The machine will follow the programmed cutting path, cutting away material to create the desired shape.

      5. Monitor the machining process: Keep an eye on the machine during the machining process to ensure that it is running smoothly and that the cutting tool is not being damaged. Make any necessary adjustments to the machine or the program as needed.

      6. Finish the workpiece: Once the machining is complete, remove the workpiece from the machine and perform any finishing operations, such as deburring or polishing, as necessary.

      It is important to note that using a CNC Turret Milling Machine requires training and experience to operate safely and effectively. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines to prevent accidents or damage to the machine.

       

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