Standard ETO-630x1500-220 | CNC Oil Country Lathe with 220mm Spindle Bore - STANDARD Direct

STANDARD ETO-630x1500-220 Oil Country Lathe with 220mm Spindle Bore

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*Products are built on order, general delivery is 8~16weeks and include Sea Freight to most ports

Description

Standard ETO-630x1500 Oil Country CNC Lathe with 220mm Spindle Bore: 

An Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 220mm spindle bore is a type of computer numerical control (CNC) lathe that is specifically designed for the oil and gas industry. It typically features a large spindle bore of 220mm, which allows for machining of large-diameter workpieces. The CNC aspect of the lathe allows for precise and automated control of the cutting tools, resulting in high precision and efficiency. Additionally, it may have a larger bed and headstock size to accommodate the large spindle bore and heavy workpieces. The lathe may also be built with heavy-duty components and materials to withstand the demands of machining in the oil and gas industry.

Specifications
  • Max. Swing over Bed - Ø630mm
  • Max. Swing over Cross Slide - Ø340mm
  • Distance Between Centres - 1500mm
  • Pipe Threading Range - Ø50-220
  • Bed Width - 550mm
  • Remote - GSK980TDC
  • Max. Load Capacity - 3t
  • Spindle Bore - 220mm
  • Spindle Speed Steps - stepless
  • Spindle Speed Range - 0-600rpm
  • Chuck Size - Ø500mm
  • Chuck Type - manual 3-jaw chuck
  • Turret Type - NC turret 4-station
  • Tool Shank Size - 32x32mm
  • X-Axis Travel - 320mm
  • Z-Axis Travel - 1350mm
  • X-Axis Rapid Traverse Speed - 4000mm/min
  • Z-Axis Rapid Traverse Speed - 4000mm/min
  • Tailstock Quill Diameter - Ø100mm
  • Tailstock Quill Taper - MT5
  • Tailstock Quill Travel - 250mm
  • Main Spindle Motor - Servo 15kW
  • Coolant Pump Motor - 0.125kW
  • Positioning Accuracy - 0.020mm
  • Repositioning Accuracy - 0.010mm
  • Size - 1500x1560x3657mm
  • Weight - 4200kg
Delivery

    Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand)

    Delivery 10-14 Weeks from Deposit


    How to use an Oil Country CNC Lathe with 220mm Spindle Bore

    Using an Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 220mm spindle bore typically involves the following steps:

    1. Setting up the workpiece: The workpiece should be securely mounted on the lathe bed, making sure it is properly aligned and centered on the spindle.

    2. Programming the CNC controls: The lathe's CNC controls should be programmed with the necessary information for the machining operation, such as the cutting speeds and tool paths.

    3. Setting up the cutting tools: The cutting tools should be installed in the tool post and adjusted for proper alignment and cutting depth.

    4. Starting the machining operation: The lathe should be started and the cutting tools should begin to machine the workpiece according to the programmed cutting paths.

    5. Monitoring the machining process: The operator should monitor the machining process to ensure that the workpiece is being machined correctly and that the cutting tools are in good condition.

    6. Changing cutting tool: The operator should change the cutting tool when it is worn out or when a different type of cutting is required.

    7. Removing the finished workpiece: Once the machining operation is complete, the finished workpiece should be removed from the lathe and inspected for accuracy and quality.

    It is important to note that the specific steps and procedures for using an Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 220mm spindle bore may vary depending on the specific model and manufacturer. It is always a good idea to consult the machine's operator manual and receive proper training before using the machine.

    Description

    Standard ETO-630x1500 Oil Country CNC Lathe with 220mm Spindle Bore: 

    An Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 220mm spindle bore is a type of computer numerical control (CNC) lathe that is specifically designed for the oil and gas industry. It typically features a large spindle bore of 220mm, which allows for machining of large-diameter workpieces. The CNC aspect of the lathe allows for precise and automated control of the cutting tools, resulting in high precision and efficiency. Additionally, it may have a larger bed and headstock size to accommodate the large spindle bore and heavy workpieces. The lathe may also be built with heavy-duty components and materials to withstand the demands of machining in the oil and gas industry.

    Specifications
    • Max. Swing over Bed - Ø630mm
    • Max. Swing over Cross Slide - Ø340mm
    • Distance Between Centres - 1500mm
    • Pipe Threading Range - Ø50-220
    • Bed Width - 550mm
    • Remote - GSK980TDC
    • Max. Load Capacity - 3t
    • Spindle Bore - 220mm
    • Spindle Speed Steps - stepless
    • Spindle Speed Range - 0-600rpm
    • Chuck Size - Ø500mm
    • Chuck Type - manual 3-jaw chuck
    • Turret Type - NC turret 4-station
    • Tool Shank Size - 32x32mm
    • X-Axis Travel - 320mm
    • Z-Axis Travel - 1350mm
    • X-Axis Rapid Traverse Speed - 4000mm/min
    • Z-Axis Rapid Traverse Speed - 4000mm/min
    • Tailstock Quill Diameter - Ø100mm
    • Tailstock Quill Taper - MT5
    • Tailstock Quill Travel - 250mm
    • Main Spindle Motor - Servo 15kW
    • Coolant Pump Motor - 0.125kW
    • Positioning Accuracy - 0.020mm
    • Repositioning Accuracy - 0.010mm
    • Size - 1500x1560x3657mm
    • Weight - 4200kg
    Delivery

      Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand)

      Delivery 10-14 Weeks from Deposit

      How to use an Oil Country CNC Lathe with 220mm Spindle Bore

      Using an Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 220mm spindle bore typically involves the following steps:

      1. Setting up the workpiece: The workpiece should be securely mounted on the lathe bed, making sure it is properly aligned and centered on the spindle.

      2. Programming the CNC controls: The lathe's CNC controls should be programmed with the necessary information for the machining operation, such as the cutting speeds and tool paths.

      3. Setting up the cutting tools: The cutting tools should be installed in the tool post and adjusted for proper alignment and cutting depth.

      4. Starting the machining operation: The lathe should be started and the cutting tools should begin to machine the workpiece according to the programmed cutting paths.

      5. Monitoring the machining process: The operator should monitor the machining process to ensure that the workpiece is being machined correctly and that the cutting tools are in good condition.

      6. Changing cutting tool: The operator should change the cutting tool when it is worn out or when a different type of cutting is required.

      7. Removing the finished workpiece: Once the machining operation is complete, the finished workpiece should be removed from the lathe and inspected for accuracy and quality.

      It is important to note that the specific steps and procedures for using an Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 220mm spindle bore may vary depending on the specific model and manufacturer. It is always a good idea to consult the machine's operator manual and receive proper training before using the machine.

      *Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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      Description

      Standard ETO-630x1500 Oil Country CNC Lathe with 220mm Spindle Bore: 

      An Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 220mm spindle bore is a type of computer numerical control (CNC) lathe that is specifically designed for the oil and gas industry. It typically features a large spindle bore of 220mm, which allows for machining of large-diameter workpieces. The CNC aspect of the lathe allows for precise and automated control of the cutting tools, resulting in high precision and efficiency. Additionally, it may have a larger bed and headstock size to accommodate the large spindle bore and heavy workpieces. The lathe may also be built with heavy-duty components and materials to withstand the demands of machining in the oil and gas industry.

      Specifications
      • Max. Swing over Bed - Ø630mm
      • Max. Swing over Cross Slide - Ø340mm
      • Distance Between Centres - 1500mm
      • Pipe Threading Range - Ø50-220
      • Bed Width - 550mm
      • Remote - GSK980TDC
      • Max. Load Capacity - 3t
      • Spindle Bore - 220mm
      • Spindle Speed Steps - stepless
      • Spindle Speed Range - 0-600rpm
      • Chuck Size - Ø500mm
      • Chuck Type - manual 3-jaw chuck
      • Turret Type - NC turret 4-station
      • Tool Shank Size - 32x32mm
      • X-Axis Travel - 320mm
      • Z-Axis Travel - 1350mm
      • X-Axis Rapid Traverse Speed - 4000mm/min
      • Z-Axis Rapid Traverse Speed - 4000mm/min
      • Tailstock Quill Diameter - Ø100mm
      • Tailstock Quill Taper - MT5
      • Tailstock Quill Travel - 250mm
      • Main Spindle Motor - Servo 15kW
      • Coolant Pump Motor - 0.125kW
      • Positioning Accuracy - 0.020mm
      • Repositioning Accuracy - 0.010mm
      • Size - 1500x1560x3657mm
      • Weight - 4200kg
      Delivery

        Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand)

        Delivery 10-14 Weeks from Deposit

        How to use an Oil Country CNC Lathe with 220mm Spindle Bore

        Using an Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 220mm spindle bore typically involves the following steps:

        1. Setting up the workpiece: The workpiece should be securely mounted on the lathe bed, making sure it is properly aligned and centered on the spindle.

        2. Programming the CNC controls: The lathe's CNC controls should be programmed with the necessary information for the machining operation, such as the cutting speeds and tool paths.

        3. Setting up the cutting tools: The cutting tools should be installed in the tool post and adjusted for proper alignment and cutting depth.

        4. Starting the machining operation: The lathe should be started and the cutting tools should begin to machine the workpiece according to the programmed cutting paths.

        5. Monitoring the machining process: The operator should monitor the machining process to ensure that the workpiece is being machined correctly and that the cutting tools are in good condition.

        6. Changing cutting tool: The operator should change the cutting tool when it is worn out or when a different type of cutting is required.

        7. Removing the finished workpiece: Once the machining operation is complete, the finished workpiece should be removed from the lathe and inspected for accuracy and quality.

        It is important to note that the specific steps and procedures for using an Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 220mm spindle bore may vary depending on the specific model and manufacturer. It is always a good idea to consult the machine's operator manual and receive proper training before using the machine.

        *Information shown may differ or change without warning*