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STANDARD ETC-630x1500 Flat-Bed CNC Lathe

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

Description

Standard ETC-630x1500 Heavy Duty Flat-Bed CNC Lathe, Manual Scroll Chuck, Manual Tailstock, 4-Tool Turret and GSK CNC Control:

A Flat-Bed CNC Lathe is a type of lathe machine used for machining cylindrical or conical workpieces with high precision and accuracy. This machine is characterized by a flat bed that supports the workpiece during the machining process.

The flat bed is typically made of cast iron and has a horizontal orientation. The workpiece is held in a chuck or collet, which is mounted on the spindle of the lathe. The spindle rotates the workpiece while a cutting tool, which is mounted on a tool holder, moves along the length of the workpiece and removes material to create the desired shape.

The CNC (Computer Numerical Control) system in the machine allows for precise control of the cutting tool and the movement of the workpiece, making it possible to produce complex shapes and contours with high accuracy and repeatability. The operator can program the CNC system using computer-aided design (CAD) software or by manually inputting the commands through the machine's interface.

Flat-Bed CNC Lathes can be used in a variety of applications, including turning, drilling, boring, threading, and facing. They are commonly used in the production of metal components for various industries, such as automotive, aerospace, and medical equipment manufacturing.

Specifications
  • Over bed - 630mm
  • Swing over saddle - 470mm
  • Distance between centers - 1500mm
  • Max Turning length - 1350mm
  • Spindle Bore - 104mm
  • Spindle Fitting - D1-11
  • Spindle Speeds - 17~128, 38~278, 75~750, 170~1000rpm (4-step auto change)
  • Rapid Feed - 4/8m/min
  • Tool changer - 4-Station
  • Tailstock Taper - MT5
  • Tailstock Quill Travel - 180mm
  • Main Motor - 11kW
  • Weight - 3800 kg
  • Dimensions - 3800x1900x2000mm
Standard Accessories:
  • GSK 980TDi CNC Control
  • Ø325mm 3-Jaw Scroll Chuck
  • Optional: Ø500mm 4-Jaw Independent Chuck
  • Manual Tailstock
  • 4-Position Electric Tool post (Optional: 8-station)
  • Light
  • Coolant System
  • Splash Guard
Delivery

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


How to use a Flat-Bed CNC Lathe

Using a Flat-Bed CNC Lathe typically involves the following steps:

  1. Prepare the workpiece: Select the appropriate workpiece material and dimensions, and secure it in the chuck or collet on the spindle. Ensure that the workpiece is centered and secured firmly.

  2. Select the cutting tool: Choose the appropriate cutting tool for the desired operation, such as turning, drilling, or threading. Mount the cutting tool on the tool holder and ensure that it is properly tightened.

  3. Set up the CNC program: Use the machine's interface to load the appropriate CNC program or create a new one using computer-aided design (CAD) software. The program should specify the tool path, cutting speed, and other parameters.

  4. Test and adjust: Before running the program, it is important to test the machine's setup and make any necessary adjustments to ensure that the cutting tool is positioned correctly and that the workpiece is properly secured. This can be done using the machine's manual controls.

  5. Run the program: Once the setup is complete and verified, run the CNC program. The machine will automatically move the cutting tool along the programmed path, removing material from the workpiece as specified in the program.

  6. Monitor the operation: While the machine is running, monitor the cutting process and check for any signs of tool wear or other issues. Make adjustments as needed to ensure that the process is proceeding smoothly.

  7. Finish and clean up: When the operation is complete, remove the finished workpiece from the machine and inspect it for accuracy and quality. Clean up the machine and tools, and prepare for the next operation.

It is important to follow all safety guidelines and procedures when using a Flat-Bed CNC Lathe, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment and following all manufacturer's instructions and guidelines. Proper training and experience are also necessary to ensure safe and efficient operation.

Description

Standard ETC-630x1500 Heavy Duty Flat-Bed CNC Lathe, Manual Scroll Chuck, Manual Tailstock, 4-Tool Turret and GSK CNC Control:

A Flat-Bed CNC Lathe is a type of lathe machine used for machining cylindrical or conical workpieces with high precision and accuracy. This machine is characterized by a flat bed that supports the workpiece during the machining process.

The flat bed is typically made of cast iron and has a horizontal orientation. The workpiece is held in a chuck or collet, which is mounted on the spindle of the lathe. The spindle rotates the workpiece while a cutting tool, which is mounted on a tool holder, moves along the length of the workpiece and removes material to create the desired shape.

The CNC (Computer Numerical Control) system in the machine allows for precise control of the cutting tool and the movement of the workpiece, making it possible to produce complex shapes and contours with high accuracy and repeatability. The operator can program the CNC system using computer-aided design (CAD) software or by manually inputting the commands through the machine's interface.

Flat-Bed CNC Lathes can be used in a variety of applications, including turning, drilling, boring, threading, and facing. They are commonly used in the production of metal components for various industries, such as automotive, aerospace, and medical equipment manufacturing.

Specifications
  • Over bed - 630mm
  • Swing over saddle - 470mm
  • Distance between centers - 1500mm
  • Max Turning length - 1350mm
  • Spindle Bore - 104mm
  • Spindle Fitting - D1-11
  • Spindle Speeds - 17~128, 38~278, 75~750, 170~1000rpm (4-step auto change)
  • Rapid Feed - 4/8m/min
  • Tool changer - 4-Station
  • Tailstock Taper - MT5
  • Tailstock Quill Travel - 180mm
  • Main Motor - 11kW
  • Weight - 3800 kg
  • Dimensions - 3800x1900x2000mm
Standard Accessories:
  • GSK 980TDi CNC Control
  • Ø325mm 3-Jaw Scroll Chuck
  • Optional: Ø500mm 4-Jaw Independent Chuck
  • Manual Tailstock
  • 4-Position Electric Tool post (Optional: 8-station)
  • Light
  • Coolant System
  • Splash Guard
Delivery

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

How to use a Flat-Bed CNC Lathe

Using a Flat-Bed CNC Lathe typically involves the following steps:

  1. Prepare the workpiece: Select the appropriate workpiece material and dimensions, and secure it in the chuck or collet on the spindle. Ensure that the workpiece is centered and secured firmly.

  2. Select the cutting tool: Choose the appropriate cutting tool for the desired operation, such as turning, drilling, or threading. Mount the cutting tool on the tool holder and ensure that it is properly tightened.

  3. Set up the CNC program: Use the machine's interface to load the appropriate CNC program or create a new one using computer-aided design (CAD) software. The program should specify the tool path, cutting speed, and other parameters.

  4. Test and adjust: Before running the program, it is important to test the machine's setup and make any necessary adjustments to ensure that the cutting tool is positioned correctly and that the workpiece is properly secured. This can be done using the machine's manual controls.

  5. Run the program: Once the setup is complete and verified, run the CNC program. The machine will automatically move the cutting tool along the programmed path, removing material from the workpiece as specified in the program.

  6. Monitor the operation: While the machine is running, monitor the cutting process and check for any signs of tool wear or other issues. Make adjustments as needed to ensure that the process is proceeding smoothly.

  7. Finish and clean up: When the operation is complete, remove the finished workpiece from the machine and inspect it for accuracy and quality. Clean up the machine and tools, and prepare for the next operation.

It is important to follow all safety guidelines and procedures when using a Flat-Bed CNC Lathe, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment and following all manufacturer's instructions and guidelines. Proper training and experience are also necessary to ensure safe and efficient operation.

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