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STANDARD ETD-1250x4000 Heavy Duty CNC Lathes - 6ton Capacity with FANUC CONTROL

*Excludes Local Taxes*

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

Description

Introducing our STANDARD ETD-1250x4000 Heavy Duty CNC Lathe Machine, meticulously engineered to meet the demands of heavy-duty machining with precision and efficiency.

With a robust 6-ton capacity, this CNC lathe is built to handle the most challenging tasks with ease.

Equipped with state-of-the-art FANUC CONTROL, this machine ensures seamless operation and precise control over every aspect of the machining process. Whether you're turning large diameter workpieces or intricate components, you can trust in the reliability and accuracy of our CNC lathe.

The ETD-1250x4000 boasts a spacious work envelope of 1250mm swing over bed and a generous 4000mm between centers, providing ample room for machining a wide range of parts. Its heavy-duty construction, coupled with high-performance components, guarantees stability and durability, even under the most demanding conditions.

Designed for versatility, this CNC lathe is capable of handling various materials, from steel and aluminum to exotic alloys, delivering superior surface finishes and tight tolerances with every cut. Its advanced features, including rapid traverse rates and programmable tailstock, enhance productivity and streamline machining operations.

Whether you're in automotive, aerospace, or general machining industries, our STANDARD ETD-1250x4000 Heavy Duty CNC Lathe Machine is the ideal solution for your heavy-duty machining needs. Invest in precision, reliability, and performance with our top-of-the-line CNC lathe.

Specifications - Metric Measurements
  • Swing over bed - Ø1250mm
  • Swing over saddle - Ø815mm
  • Width of bed - 755mm
  • Max. workpiece length - 4000mm
  • Max. turning length - 3800mm
  • 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 - 6000m/min
  • X-axis rapid feed - 5m/min
  • Max. travel of axis Z - 3.8m
  • Max.travel of axis x - 685mm
  • Tool changer - 4-station (Electric)
  • Cutting tool profile - 40x40mm
  • Tailstock quill - Ø160mm
  • Tailstock taper - Metric Ø80
  • Max. travel of tailstock sleeve - 300mm
  • Main Power - 26kW
  • Min. input - 0.001mm
  • Dimensions - 6300x2800x2550mm
  • 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 - 13.12 feet
  • Max. turning length - 12.47 feet
  • Max. weight between centers - 11,023.11 pounds
  • Spindle nose - A₂-15
  • Spindle bore - 5.12 inches
  • Spindle nose tape - Metric Ø140 1:20
  • Headstock layout - 2 speed gearbox (Manuel)
  • Spindle speed - 2.5 - 270rpm
  • Z-axis rapid feed - 236.22 inches/minute
  • X-axis rapid feed - 196.85 inches/minute
  • Max. travel of axis Z - 12.47 feet
  • Max. travel of axis x - 26.97 inches
  • Tool changer - 4-station (Electric)
  • Cutting tool profile - 1.57x1.57 inches
  • Spindle bore - 6.30 inches
  • Spindle nose tape - Metric 3.15 inches
  • Max. travel of tailstock sleeve - 11.81 inches
  • Min. input - 0.000039 inches
  • Dimensions - 248.03x110.24x100.39 inches
  • Weight - 27,115.55 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 Lathe

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

  1. Preparation:

    • Ensure the lathe is properly set up and aligned.
    • Check that all tools and materials needed for the job are available.
    • Verify that the lathe is clean and free from any debris.
  2. Loading the Workpiece:

    • Securely mount the workpiece in the lathe chuck or collet.
    • Use appropriate holding fixtures to ensure the workpiece is stable during machining.
  3. Setting Up Tools:

    • Select and install the appropriate cutting tools for the job.
    • Ensure the tools are properly secured and aligned.
  4. Programming:

    • Use the CNC control panel to input the program for the desired machining operations.
    • Verify the program and make any necessary adjustments.
  5. Testing:

    • Before starting the full operation, perform a test run to ensure the program is correct and the machine is operating properly.
  6. Operating the Machine:

    • Start the CNC lathe and begin the machining process.
    • Monitor the operation to ensure the machine is running smoothly.
    • Make any necessary adjustments to the speed, feed rate, or tool position as needed.
  7. Finishing:

    • Once the machining is complete, stop the machine and remove the finished workpiece.
    • Inspect the workpiece for quality and accuracy.
  8. Maintenance:

    • After use, clean the machine and tools to prevent buildup of debris.
    • Regularly inspect and maintain the machine to ensure optimal performance.
  9. Safety:

    • Always wear appropriate safety gear, such as goggles and gloves, when operating the lathe.
    • Follow all safety guidelines provided by the manufacturer.

It's important to refer to the specific user manual and guidelines provided by the manufacturer of the Heavy Duty CNC Lathe for detailed instructions and safety precautions.

Description

Introducing our STANDARD ETD-1250x4000 Heavy Duty CNC Lathe Machine, meticulously engineered to meet the demands of heavy-duty machining with precision and efficiency.

With a robust 6-ton capacity, this CNC lathe is built to handle the most challenging tasks with ease.

Equipped with state-of-the-art FANUC CONTROL, this machine ensures seamless operation and precise control over every aspect of the machining process. Whether you're turning large diameter workpieces or intricate components, you can trust in the reliability and accuracy of our CNC lathe.

The ETD-1250x4000 boasts a spacious work envelope of 1250mm swing over bed and a generous 4000mm between centers, providing ample room for machining a wide range of parts. Its heavy-duty construction, coupled with high-performance components, guarantees stability and durability, even under the most demanding conditions.

Designed for versatility, this CNC lathe is capable of handling various materials, from steel and aluminum to exotic alloys, delivering superior surface finishes and tight tolerances with every cut. Its advanced features, including rapid traverse rates and programmable tailstock, enhance productivity and streamline machining operations.

Whether you're in automotive, aerospace, or general machining industries, our STANDARD ETD-1250x4000 Heavy Duty CNC Lathe Machine is the ideal solution for your heavy-duty machining needs. Invest in precision, reliability, and performance with our top-of-the-line CNC lathe.

Specifications - Metric Measurements
  • Swing over bed - Ø1250mm
  • Swing over saddle - Ø815mm
  • Width of bed - 755mm
  • Max. workpiece length - 4000mm
  • Max. turning length - 3800mm
  • 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 - 6000m/min
  • X-axis rapid feed - 5m/min
  • Max. travel of axis Z - 3.8m
  • Max.travel of axis x - 685mm
  • Tool changer - 4-station (Electric)
  • Cutting tool profile - 40x40mm
  • Tailstock quill - Ø160mm
  • Tailstock taper - Metric Ø80
  • Max. travel of tailstock sleeve - 300mm
  • Main Power - 26kW
  • Min. input - 0.001mm
  • Dimensions - 6300x2800x2550mm
  • 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 - 13.12 feet
  • Max. turning length - 12.47 feet
  • Max. weight between centers - 11,023.11 pounds
  • Spindle nose - A₂-15
  • Spindle bore - 5.12 inches
  • Spindle nose tape - Metric Ø140 1:20
  • Headstock layout - 2 speed gearbox (Manuel)
  • Spindle speed - 2.5 - 270rpm
  • Z-axis rapid feed - 236.22 inches/minute
  • X-axis rapid feed - 196.85 inches/minute
  • Max. travel of axis Z - 12.47 feet
  • Max. travel of axis x - 26.97 inches
  • Tool changer - 4-station (Electric)
  • Cutting tool profile - 1.57x1.57 inches
  • Spindle bore - 6.30 inches
  • Spindle nose tape - Metric 3.15 inches
  • Max. travel of tailstock sleeve - 11.81 inches
  • Min. input - 0.000039 inches
  • Dimensions - 248.03x110.24x100.39 inches
  • Weight - 27,115.55 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 Lathe

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

  1. Preparation:

    • Ensure the lathe is properly set up and aligned.
    • Check that all tools and materials needed for the job are available.
    • Verify that the lathe is clean and free from any debris.
  2. Loading the Workpiece:

    • Securely mount the workpiece in the lathe chuck or collet.
    • Use appropriate holding fixtures to ensure the workpiece is stable during machining.
  3. Setting Up Tools:

    • Select and install the appropriate cutting tools for the job.
    • Ensure the tools are properly secured and aligned.
  4. Programming:

    • Use the CNC control panel to input the program for the desired machining operations.
    • Verify the program and make any necessary adjustments.
  5. Testing:

    • Before starting the full operation, perform a test run to ensure the program is correct and the machine is operating properly.
  6. Operating the Machine:

    • Start the CNC lathe and begin the machining process.
    • Monitor the operation to ensure the machine is running smoothly.
    • Make any necessary adjustments to the speed, feed rate, or tool position as needed.
  7. Finishing:

    • Once the machining is complete, stop the machine and remove the finished workpiece.
    • Inspect the workpiece for quality and accuracy.
  8. Maintenance:

    • After use, clean the machine and tools to prevent buildup of debris.
    • Regularly inspect and maintain the machine to ensure optimal performance.
  9. Safety:

    • Always wear appropriate safety gear, such as goggles and gloves, when operating the lathe.
    • Follow all safety guidelines provided by the manufacturer.

It's important to refer to the specific user manual and guidelines provided by the manufacturer of the Heavy Duty CNC Lathe for detailed instructions and safety precautions.

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