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STANDARD ETC-1250x3000 Heavy Duty CNC Lathes - 2 ton Capacity (Fanuc Control)

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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 ETC-1250x3000 Heavy Duty CNC Lathe, designed to elevate your machining capabilities to new heights.

With a robust build and a 2-ton capacity, this CNC lathe is engineered to tackle the most demanding machining tasks with precision and efficiency.

Crafted for heavy-duty applications, our CNC lathe boasts a sturdy construction that ensures stability and durability even during prolonged use. The ETC-1250x3000 is equipped with advanced CNC technology, allowing for seamless automation and precise control over every machining operation.

Featuring a generous turning capacity of 1250mm x 3000mm, this lathe provides ample space to accommodate a wide range of workpieces, enabling versatility in your machining projects. Whether you're working with large-scale components or intricate parts, our CNC lathe delivers consistent results with exceptional accuracy.

Equipped with a powerful spindle and cutting-edge cutting tools, the ETC-1250x3000 enables rapid material removal while maintaining superior surface finishes. Its user-friendly interface and intuitive controls make operation straightforward, empowering operators of all skill levels to achieve optimal machining performance.

Invest in the future of your machining operations with the STANDARD ETC-1250x3000 Heavy Duty CNC Lathe. Experience unmatched reliability, precision, and efficiency for all your manufacturing needs. Elevate your productivity and unleash your machining potential with our cutting-edge CNC lathe solution.

Specifications - Metric Measurements
  • Swing over bed - Ø1250mm
  • Swing over saddle - Ø815mm
  • Width of bed - 755mm
  • Max. workpiece length - 3000mm
  • Max. turning length - 2800mm
  • Max. weight between centers - 5000kg
  • Spindle nose - A₂-15
  • Spindle bore - Ø130mm
  • Spindle nose tape - Metric Ø140 1:20
  • Headstock layout - 2-speed gearbox (Manual)
  • Spindle speed - 2.5~270rpm
  • Z-axis rapid feed - 6m/min
  • X-axis rapid feed - 5m/min
  • Max. travel of axis Z - 2800mm
  • Max. travel of axis X - 685mm
  • Tool changer - 4-station (Electric)
  • Cutting tool profile - 40x40mm
  • Tailstock quill - Ø160mm
  • Taper of tailstock sleeve - Metric Ø80
  • Max. travel of tailstock sleeve - 300mm
  • Min. input - 0.001mm
  • Main motor - 26kW
  • Dimensions - 6300×2800×2550mm
  • Weight - 12,300kg
Specifications - Imperial Measurements
  • Swing over bed - 49.21 inches
  • Swing over saddle - 32.09 inches
  • Width of bed - 29.72 inches
  • Max. workpiece length - 118.11 inches
  • Max. turning length - 110.24 inches
  • Max. weight between centers - 11023.11 pounds
  • Spindle nose - A₂-15
  • Spindle bore - 5.12 inches
  • Spindle nose tape - Metric Ø140 1:20
  • Headstock layout - 2-speed gearbox (Manual)
  • Spindle speed - 2.5~270rpm
  • Z-axis rapid feed - 236.22 inches per minute
  • X-axis rapid feed - 196.85 inches per minute
  • Max. travel of axis Z - 110.24 inches
  • Max. travel of axis X - 26.97 inches
  • Tool changer - 4-station (Electric)
  • Cutting tool profile - 40x40mm
  • Tailstock quill - 6.30 inches
  • Taper of tailstock sleeve - Metric Ø80
  • Max. travel of tailstock sleeve - 300mm
  • Min. input - 0.001mm
  • Main motor - 26kW
  • Dimensions - 248.03 x 110.24 x 100.39 inches
  • Weight - 27116.64 pounds
Delivery

CNC Lathes are highly customizable and are only built on order.
Delivery is 9-14 Weeks from Deposit


How to use a Heavy Duty CNC Lathe

Using a Heavy Duty CNC Lathe involves several key steps to ensure safe and efficient operation. Here's a general guide:

  1. Setup:

    • Place the lathe in a suitable location with enough space around it for operation and maintenance.
    • Securely anchor the lathe to the floor to prevent vibrations during operation.
  2. Power On:

    • Ensure all emergency stops are disengaged.
    • Turn on the main power switch and any auxiliary systems required for operation.
  3. Tool Setup:

    • Install the appropriate cutting tool based on the material and operation you're performing.
    • Use the tool holder and tighten it securely.
  4. Workpiece Setup:

    • Securely mount the workpiece in the chuck or between centers, ensuring it's aligned properly.
  5. Programming:

    • Use the CNC control panel to input the program for the desired machining operations.
    • Verify the program for accuracy and safety.
  6. Tool Offsetting:

    • Measure and set the tool offsets to ensure the tool tip is at the correct position relative to the workpiece.
  7. Start the Machine:

    • Use the CNC control panel to start the spindle at the appropriate speed for the cutting operation.
  8. Machining:

    • Monitor the machining process, making adjustments as necessary for feed rate, depth of cut, and tool position.
    • Use coolant if required to control temperature and remove chips.
  9. Finish and Inspection:

    • Once the machining is complete, inspect the finished part for accuracy and quality.
    • Remove the part from the lathe and reset for the next operation if necessary.
  10. Shutdown:

    • Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for shutting down the machine, including turning off the spindle and coolant systems.
    • Clean the machine and work area to maintain a safe and organized workspace.
  11. Maintenance:

    • Regularly inspect and maintain the machine according to the manufacturer's recommendations to ensure optimal performance and longevity.

Remember, always follow safety guidelines and use appropriate personal protective equipment when operating a Heavy Duty CNC Lathe.

Description

Introducing our STANDARD ETC-1250x3000 Heavy Duty CNC Lathe, designed to elevate your machining capabilities to new heights.

With a robust build and a 2-ton capacity, this CNC lathe is engineered to tackle the most demanding machining tasks with precision and efficiency.

Crafted for heavy-duty applications, our CNC lathe boasts a sturdy construction that ensures stability and durability even during prolonged use. The ETC-1250x3000 is equipped with advanced CNC technology, allowing for seamless automation and precise control over every machining operation.

Featuring a generous turning capacity of 1250mm x 3000mm, this lathe provides ample space to accommodate a wide range of workpieces, enabling versatility in your machining projects. Whether you're working with large-scale components or intricate parts, our CNC lathe delivers consistent results with exceptional accuracy.

Equipped with a powerful spindle and cutting-edge cutting tools, the ETC-1250x3000 enables rapid material removal while maintaining superior surface finishes. Its user-friendly interface and intuitive controls make operation straightforward, empowering operators of all skill levels to achieve optimal machining performance.

Invest in the future of your machining operations with the STANDARD ETC-1250x3000 Heavy Duty CNC Lathe. Experience unmatched reliability, precision, and efficiency for all your manufacturing needs. Elevate your productivity and unleash your machining potential with our cutting-edge CNC lathe solution.

Specifications - Metric Measurements
  • Swing over bed - Ø1250mm
  • Swing over saddle - Ø815mm
  • Width of bed - 755mm
  • Max. workpiece length - 3000mm
  • Max. turning length - 2800mm
  • Max. weight between centers - 5000kg
  • Spindle nose - A₂-15
  • Spindle bore - Ø130mm
  • Spindle nose tape - Metric Ø140 1:20
  • Headstock layout - 2-speed gearbox (Manual)
  • Spindle speed - 2.5~270rpm
  • Z-axis rapid feed - 6m/min
  • X-axis rapid feed - 5m/min
  • Max. travel of axis Z - 2800mm
  • Max. travel of axis X - 685mm
  • Tool changer - 4-station (Electric)
  • Cutting tool profile - 40x40mm
  • Tailstock quill - Ø160mm
  • Taper of tailstock sleeve - Metric Ø80
  • Max. travel of tailstock sleeve - 300mm
  • Min. input - 0.001mm
  • Main motor - 26kW
  • Dimensions - 6300×2800×2550mm
  • Weight - 12,300kg
Specifications - Imperial Measurements
  • Swing over bed - 49.21 inches
  • Swing over saddle - 32.09 inches
  • Width of bed - 29.72 inches
  • Max. workpiece length - 118.11 inches
  • Max. turning length - 110.24 inches
  • Max. weight between centers - 11023.11 pounds
  • Spindle nose - A₂-15
  • Spindle bore - 5.12 inches
  • Spindle nose tape - Metric Ø140 1:20
  • Headstock layout - 2-speed gearbox (Manual)
  • Spindle speed - 2.5~270rpm
  • Z-axis rapid feed - 236.22 inches per minute
  • X-axis rapid feed - 196.85 inches per minute
  • Max. travel of axis Z - 110.24 inches
  • Max. travel of axis X - 26.97 inches
  • Tool changer - 4-station (Electric)
  • Cutting tool profile - 40x40mm
  • Tailstock quill - 6.30 inches
  • Taper of tailstock sleeve - Metric Ø80
  • Max. travel of tailstock sleeve - 300mm
  • Min. input - 0.001mm
  • Main motor - 26kW
  • Dimensions - 248.03 x 110.24 x 100.39 inches
  • Weight - 27116.64 pounds
Delivery

CNC Lathes are highly customizable and are only built on order.
Delivery is 9-14 Weeks from Deposit

How to use a Heavy Duty CNC Lathe

Using a Heavy Duty CNC Lathe involves several key steps to ensure safe and efficient operation. Here's a general guide:

  1. Setup:

    • Place the lathe in a suitable location with enough space around it for operation and maintenance.
    • Securely anchor the lathe to the floor to prevent vibrations during operation.
  2. Power On:

    • Ensure all emergency stops are disengaged.
    • Turn on the main power switch and any auxiliary systems required for operation.
  3. Tool Setup:

    • Install the appropriate cutting tool based on the material and operation you're performing.
    • Use the tool holder and tighten it securely.
  4. Workpiece Setup:

    • Securely mount the workpiece in the chuck or between centers, ensuring it's aligned properly.
  5. Programming:

    • Use the CNC control panel to input the program for the desired machining operations.
    • Verify the program for accuracy and safety.
  6. Tool Offsetting:

    • Measure and set the tool offsets to ensure the tool tip is at the correct position relative to the workpiece.
  7. Start the Machine:

    • Use the CNC control panel to start the spindle at the appropriate speed for the cutting operation.
  8. Machining:

    • Monitor the machining process, making adjustments as necessary for feed rate, depth of cut, and tool position.
    • Use coolant if required to control temperature and remove chips.
  9. Finish and Inspection:

    • Once the machining is complete, inspect the finished part for accuracy and quality.
    • Remove the part from the lathe and reset for the next operation if necessary.
  10. Shutdown:

    • Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for shutting down the machine, including turning off the spindle and coolant systems.
    • Clean the machine and work area to maintain a safe and organized workspace.
  11. Maintenance:

    • Regularly inspect and maintain the machine according to the manufacturer's recommendations to ensure optimal performance and longevity.

Remember, always follow safety guidelines and use appropriate personal protective equipment when operating a Heavy Duty CNC Lathe.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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Description

Introducing our STANDARD ETC-1250x3000 Heavy Duty CNC Lathe, designed to elevate your machining capabilities to new heights.

With a robust build and a 2-ton capacity, this CNC lathe is engineered to tackle the most demanding machining tasks with precision and efficiency.

Crafted for heavy-duty applications, our CNC lathe boasts a sturdy construction that ensures stability and durability even during prolonged use. The ETC-1250x3000 is equipped with advanced CNC technology, allowing for seamless automation and precise control over every machining operation.

Featuring a generous turning capacity of 1250mm x 3000mm, this lathe provides ample space to accommodate a wide range of workpieces, enabling versatility in your machining projects. Whether you're working with large-scale components or intricate parts, our CNC lathe delivers consistent results with exceptional accuracy.

Equipped with a powerful spindle and cutting-edge cutting tools, the ETC-1250x3000 enables rapid material removal while maintaining superior surface finishes. Its user-friendly interface and intuitive controls make operation straightforward, empowering operators of all skill levels to achieve optimal machining performance.

Invest in the future of your machining operations with the STANDARD ETC-1250x3000 Heavy Duty CNC Lathe. Experience unmatched reliability, precision, and efficiency for all your manufacturing needs. Elevate your productivity and unleash your machining potential with our cutting-edge CNC lathe solution.

Specifications - Metric Measurements
  • Swing over bed - Ø1250mm
  • Swing over saddle - Ø815mm
  • Width of bed - 755mm
  • Max. workpiece length - 3000mm
  • Max. turning length - 2800mm
  • Max. weight between centers - 5000kg
  • Spindle nose - A₂-15
  • Spindle bore - Ø130mm
  • Spindle nose tape - Metric Ø140 1:20
  • Headstock layout - 2-speed gearbox (Manual)
  • Spindle speed - 2.5~270rpm
  • Z-axis rapid feed - 6m/min
  • X-axis rapid feed - 5m/min
  • Max. travel of axis Z - 2800mm
  • Max. travel of axis X - 685mm
  • Tool changer - 4-station (Electric)
  • Cutting tool profile - 40x40mm
  • Tailstock quill - Ø160mm
  • Taper of tailstock sleeve - Metric Ø80
  • Max. travel of tailstock sleeve - 300mm
  • Min. input - 0.001mm
  • Main motor - 26kW
  • Dimensions - 6300×2800×2550mm
  • Weight - 12,300kg
Specifications - Imperial Measurements
  • Swing over bed - 49.21 inches
  • Swing over saddle - 32.09 inches
  • Width of bed - 29.72 inches
  • Max. workpiece length - 118.11 inches
  • Max. turning length - 110.24 inches
  • Max. weight between centers - 11023.11 pounds
  • Spindle nose - A₂-15
  • Spindle bore - 5.12 inches
  • Spindle nose tape - Metric Ø140 1:20
  • Headstock layout - 2-speed gearbox (Manual)
  • Spindle speed - 2.5~270rpm
  • Z-axis rapid feed - 236.22 inches per minute
  • X-axis rapid feed - 196.85 inches per minute
  • Max. travel of axis Z - 110.24 inches
  • Max. travel of axis X - 26.97 inches
  • Tool changer - 4-station (Electric)
  • Cutting tool profile - 40x40mm
  • Tailstock quill - 6.30 inches
  • Taper of tailstock sleeve - Metric Ø80
  • Max. travel of tailstock sleeve - 300mm
  • Min. input - 0.001mm
  • Main motor - 26kW
  • Dimensions - 248.03 x 110.24 x 100.39 inches
  • Weight - 27116.64 pounds
Delivery

CNC Lathes are highly customizable and are only built on order.
Delivery is 9-14 Weeks from Deposit

How to use a Heavy Duty CNC Lathe

Using a Heavy Duty CNC Lathe involves several key steps to ensure safe and efficient operation. Here's a general guide:

  1. Setup:

    • Place the lathe in a suitable location with enough space around it for operation and maintenance.
    • Securely anchor the lathe to the floor to prevent vibrations during operation.
  2. Power On:

    • Ensure all emergency stops are disengaged.
    • Turn on the main power switch and any auxiliary systems required for operation.
  3. Tool Setup:

    • Install the appropriate cutting tool based on the material and operation you're performing.
    • Use the tool holder and tighten it securely.
  4. Workpiece Setup:

    • Securely mount the workpiece in the chuck or between centers, ensuring it's aligned properly.
  5. Programming:

    • Use the CNC control panel to input the program for the desired machining operations.
    • Verify the program for accuracy and safety.
  6. Tool Offsetting:

    • Measure and set the tool offsets to ensure the tool tip is at the correct position relative to the workpiece.
  7. Start the Machine:

    • Use the CNC control panel to start the spindle at the appropriate speed for the cutting operation.
  8. Machining:

    • Monitor the machining process, making adjustments as necessary for feed rate, depth of cut, and tool position.
    • Use coolant if required to control temperature and remove chips.
  9. Finish and Inspection:

    • Once the machining is complete, inspect the finished part for accuracy and quality.
    • Remove the part from the lathe and reset for the next operation if necessary.
  10. Shutdown:

    • Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for shutting down the machine, including turning off the spindle and coolant systems.
    • Clean the machine and work area to maintain a safe and organized workspace.
  11. Maintenance:

    • Regularly inspect and maintain the machine according to the manufacturer's recommendations to ensure optimal performance and longevity.

Remember, always follow safety guidelines and use appropriate personal protective equipment when operating a Heavy Duty CNC Lathe.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*