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STANDARD ETA-360x750 Flat Bed CNC Lathe - Direct Drive Spindle

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

Description

Introducing our STANDARD ETA-360x750 Flat Bed CNC Lathe with Direct Drive Spindle, your solution for precision machining in compact spaces.

Engineered for efficiency and accuracy, this small CNC lathe offers a perfect blend of performance and affordability.

Crafted with the latest technology, the ETA-360x750 ensures smooth operation and exceptional results. Its direct drive spindle delivers high torque and consistent power, enabling precise machining of various materials with ease. From intricate prototypes to production runs, this lathe excels in versatility and reliability.

Designed for convenience, the flat bed configuration provides stability and accessibility, making setup and operation a breeze. With a generous working envelope of 360mm swing over bed and 750mm between centers, it accommodates a wide range of workpieces while maintaining tight tolerances.

Equipped with user-friendly controls and intuitive software, the ETA-360x750 empowers operators of all skill levels to achieve superior machining results. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting out, this CNC lathe simplifies the machining process, allowing you to focus on innovation and productivity.

Compact yet powerful, our STANDARD ETA-360x750 Flat Bed CNC Lathe is the ideal choice for workshops, small businesses, and educational institutions seeking a reliable machining solution. Invest in precision and performance today with our small CNC lathe for sale.

Specifications
  • Swing over bed - Ø400mm = 15.75 inches
  • Swing over cross slide - Ø240mm =9.45 inches
  • Distance between center - 750mm = 29.53 inches
  • Spindle nose - A2-6
  • Spindle bore - Ø66mm = 2.6 inches
  • Taper of spindle - MT6
  • Chuck - 6inch
  • Range of spindle speed
    • Manual chuck - 30-2000rpm
    • Hydraulic chuck - 30-2500rpm
  • Travels
    • X-Axis travel - 180mm = 7.68 inches
    • Z-Axis travel - 750mm = 2.17 inches
  • Turret - 4
  • Max. section of tool - 16x16mm
  • Travel of tailstock sleeve - 195mm = 7.68 inches
  • Diameter/ taper of tailstock sleeve - 55mm/MT4 = 2.17 inches
  • Main motor power - 5.5kW = 7.4 hp
  • Feed speeds
    • X-Rapid speed - 6Nm
    • Z-Rapid speed - 6Nm
  • Coolant pump power - 180W
  • Machine dimensions
    • Manual chuck - 2290x1340x1600mm = 90.16 x 52.76 x 63 inches
    • Hydraulic chuck - 2750x1340x1600mm = 108.27 x 52.76 x 63 inches
  • Weight - 1400kg = 3086.47 lbs
Standard Accessories
  • Wrenches
  • Reduction sleeve
  • Alloy center
  • Three-jaw Scroll chuck
  • Frequency conversion main motor
  • Four position electric turret
  • Auto lubrication coolant system
Optional Equipment
  • AC servo motor
  • Pneumatic or hydraulic chuck
  • Spring fastener of pneumatic
  • Horizontal six or eight-station
Delivery

    Due to the many options offered, these machines are strictly built on order. Feel free to customize and build your ideal machine.

    Delivery 10-14 Weeks from Deposit


    How to use a flat bed CNC lathe


    1. Prepare the machine: Make sure the machine is properly lubricated and that all necessary tools and accessories are readily available.

    2. Load the program: Load the CNC program that corresponds to the part you will be machining into the machine's controller. This program will dictate the movement of the cutting tool and the rotation of the workpiece.

    3. Set up the workpiece: Mount the workpiece on the chuck or faceplate and secure it tightly. Make sure the workpiece is aligned properly with the spindle and that the cutting tool will be able to reach the material to be removed.

    4. Start the machine: Press the start button to begin the machining process. The machine will now follow the instructions in the CNC program, cutting away material to create the desired shape.

    5. Monitor the machining process: Keep an eye on the machine while it is running to ensure that everything is running smoothly.

    6. Make adjustments as necessary: If the machine encounters a problem or the finished part is not to the desired specifications, make adjustments to the program or the setup of the machine as necessary.

    7. Inspect and finish the part: Once the machining process is complete, inspect the finished part to ensure that it meets the desired specifications. Perform any necessary finishing operations such as deburring or polishing.

    8. Clean the machine: Clean the machine, including the cutting tool and the workpiece, before shutting down the machine.

    It is important to follow the machine manual and any safety guidelines when operating a CNC Lathe.

    Description

    Introducing our STANDARD ETA-360x750 Flat Bed CNC Lathe with Direct Drive Spindle, your solution for precision machining in compact spaces.

    Engineered for efficiency and accuracy, this small CNC lathe offers a perfect blend of performance and affordability.

    Crafted with the latest technology, the ETA-360x750 ensures smooth operation and exceptional results. Its direct drive spindle delivers high torque and consistent power, enabling precise machining of various materials with ease. From intricate prototypes to production runs, this lathe excels in versatility and reliability.

    Designed for convenience, the flat bed configuration provides stability and accessibility, making setup and operation a breeze. With a generous working envelope of 360mm swing over bed and 750mm between centers, it accommodates a wide range of workpieces while maintaining tight tolerances.

    Equipped with user-friendly controls and intuitive software, the ETA-360x750 empowers operators of all skill levels to achieve superior machining results. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting out, this CNC lathe simplifies the machining process, allowing you to focus on innovation and productivity.

    Compact yet powerful, our STANDARD ETA-360x750 Flat Bed CNC Lathe is the ideal choice for workshops, small businesses, and educational institutions seeking a reliable machining solution. Invest in precision and performance today with our small CNC lathe for sale.

    Specifications
    • Swing over bed - Ø400mm = 15.75 inches
    • Swing over cross slide - Ø240mm =9.45 inches
    • Distance between center - 750mm = 29.53 inches
    • Spindle nose - A2-6
    • Spindle bore - Ø66mm = 2.6 inches
    • Taper of spindle - MT6
    • Chuck - 6inch
    • Range of spindle speed
      • Manual chuck - 30-2000rpm
      • Hydraulic chuck - 30-2500rpm
    • Travels
      • X-Axis travel - 180mm = 7.68 inches
      • Z-Axis travel - 750mm = 2.17 inches
    • Turret - 4
    • Max. section of tool - 16x16mm
    • Travel of tailstock sleeve - 195mm = 7.68 inches
    • Diameter/ taper of tailstock sleeve - 55mm/MT4 = 2.17 inches
    • Main motor power - 5.5kW = 7.4 hp
    • Feed speeds
      • X-Rapid speed - 6Nm
      • Z-Rapid speed - 6Nm
    • Coolant pump power - 180W
    • Machine dimensions
      • Manual chuck - 2290x1340x1600mm = 90.16 x 52.76 x 63 inches
      • Hydraulic chuck - 2750x1340x1600mm = 108.27 x 52.76 x 63 inches
    • Weight - 1400kg = 3086.47 lbs
    Standard Accessories
    • Wrenches
    • Reduction sleeve
    • Alloy center
    • Three-jaw Scroll chuck
    • Frequency conversion main motor
    • Four position electric turret
    • Auto lubrication coolant system
    Optional Equipment
    • AC servo motor
    • Pneumatic or hydraulic chuck
    • Spring fastener of pneumatic
    • Horizontal six or eight-station
    Delivery

      Due to the many options offered, these machines are strictly built on order. Feel free to customize and build your ideal machine.

      Delivery 10-14 Weeks from Deposit

      How to use a flat bed CNC lathe


      1. Prepare the machine: Make sure the machine is properly lubricated and that all necessary tools and accessories are readily available.

      2. Load the program: Load the CNC program that corresponds to the part you will be machining into the machine's controller. This program will dictate the movement of the cutting tool and the rotation of the workpiece.

      3. Set up the workpiece: Mount the workpiece on the chuck or faceplate and secure it tightly. Make sure the workpiece is aligned properly with the spindle and that the cutting tool will be able to reach the material to be removed.

      4. Start the machine: Press the start button to begin the machining process. The machine will now follow the instructions in the CNC program, cutting away material to create the desired shape.

      5. Monitor the machining process: Keep an eye on the machine while it is running to ensure that everything is running smoothly.

      6. Make adjustments as necessary: If the machine encounters a problem or the finished part is not to the desired specifications, make adjustments to the program or the setup of the machine as necessary.

      7. Inspect and finish the part: Once the machining process is complete, inspect the finished part to ensure that it meets the desired specifications. Perform any necessary finishing operations such as deburring or polishing.

      8. Clean the machine: Clean the machine, including the cutting tool and the workpiece, before shutting down the machine.

      It is important to follow the machine manual and any safety guidelines when operating a CNC Lathe.

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