Standard ETO-630x3000-190 | Oil Country CNC Lathe with 190mm Spindle Bore - STANDARD Direct

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STANDARD ETO-630x3000-190 Oil Country CNC Lathe with 190mm Spindle Bore

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

Description

An Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 190mm spindle bore is a type of computer numerical control (CNC) lathe that is specifically designed for use in the oil and gas industry. This type of lathe typically features a large spindle bore of 190mm, which allows it to accommodate larger and heavier workpieces, such as oil drilling equipment. The CNC aspect of the machine allows for precise and automated machining, and it may be equipped with various tooling options and advanced features such as live tooling, sub-spindles, and Y-axis capabilities for increased versatility.

Main Features:

  • Big spindle bore and double chuck to ensure process big diameter pipe.
  • One-piece bed adopts high strength iron to ensure rigidity and precision.
  • Ultrasonic frequency quenched guide-ways ensure good wear-resistance.
  • Carriage and guide way contact surface use Turcite B to maintain accuracy.
Specification
Description Metric Imperial
Swing over Bed  Ø630mm  24.8 in
Swing over Cross Slide  Ø340mm  13.4 in
Range of Machining Pipe Thread  Ø50-193mm  1.97-7.6 in
Working Length  1000mm  39.4 in
Bed Width  490mm  19.3 in
Spindle Bore  200mm  7.87 in
Spindle Motor  7.5kw  10.04 hP
Spindle Speed  24-300rpm (12 Steps)  24-300rpm (12 Steps) 
Range of Feed and Screw Pitch  0.001-40mm  0.001-1.57 in
Max Traverse  X-320; Z-2750  X-12.6; Z-108.27 in
Rapid Traverse  4000mm/min  157.48 in/min
Servo Motor  X-1.5kw; Z-2.3kw  X-2.01 hP; Z-3.08 hP
Positioning Accuracy  0.020mm 0.0008 in
Repositioning Accuracy  0.010mm 0.0004 in
Tail-stock Quill Taper M5 M5
Tail-stock Quill Diameter  Ø100mm  Ø3.94 in
Traverse of Tail-stock Quill  205mm  8.07 in
Size  5157x1360x1555mm 203.1x53.5x61.2 in
Weight  5050kg  11155.6 lbs

 

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 190mm Spindle Bore

    Using an Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 190mm spindle bore typically involves the following steps:

    1. Setting up the machine: This includes installing the workpiece, securing it in place, and adjusting the tooling and other settings as needed. The operator should also ensure that all necessary safety precautions are in place.

    2. Programming the machine: The operator will need to input the necessary code or use a pre-existing program to control the movement of the cutting tools and the rotation of the spindle.

    3. Starting the machine: Once the machine is set up and programmed, the operator can start the machine and begin the machining process.

    4. Monitoring the machine: The operator should closely monitor the machine during operation, making adjustments as needed and stopping the machine if any issues arise.

    5. Finishing the job: Once the machining is complete, the operator should shut off the machine and remove the workpiece. The operator should also clean the machine and ensure that all tools and equipment are properly stored.

    It's important to note that the steps and procedures may vary depending on the specific machine and its control system, as well as the type and complexity of the job. It's also important that the operator have proper training and knowledge of the machine and the machining process.

    Description

    An Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 190mm spindle bore is a type of computer numerical control (CNC) lathe that is specifically designed for use in the oil and gas industry. This type of lathe typically features a large spindle bore of 190mm, which allows it to accommodate larger and heavier workpieces, such as oil drilling equipment. The CNC aspect of the machine allows for precise and automated machining, and it may be equipped with various tooling options and advanced features such as live tooling, sub-spindles, and Y-axis capabilities for increased versatility.

    Main Features:

    • Big spindle bore and double chuck to ensure process big diameter pipe.
    • One-piece bed adopts high strength iron to ensure rigidity and precision.
    • Ultrasonic frequency quenched guide-ways ensure good wear-resistance.
    • Carriage and guide way contact surface use Turcite B to maintain accuracy.
    Specification
    Description Metric Imperial
    Swing over Bed  Ø630mm  24.8 in
    Swing over Cross Slide  Ø340mm  13.4 in
    Range of Machining Pipe Thread  Ø50-193mm  1.97-7.6 in
    Working Length  1000mm  39.4 in
    Bed Width  490mm  19.3 in
    Spindle Bore  200mm  7.87 in
    Spindle Motor  7.5kw  10.04 hP
    Spindle Speed  24-300rpm (12 Steps)  24-300rpm (12 Steps) 
    Range of Feed and Screw Pitch  0.001-40mm  0.001-1.57 in
    Max Traverse  X-320; Z-2750  X-12.6; Z-108.27 in
    Rapid Traverse  4000mm/min  157.48 in/min
    Servo Motor  X-1.5kw; Z-2.3kw  X-2.01 hP; Z-3.08 hP
    Positioning Accuracy  0.020mm 0.0008 in
    Repositioning Accuracy  0.010mm 0.0004 in
    Tail-stock Quill Taper M5 M5
    Tail-stock Quill Diameter  Ø100mm  Ø3.94 in
    Traverse of Tail-stock Quill  205mm  8.07 in
    Size  5157x1360x1555mm 203.1x53.5x61.2 in
    Weight  5050kg  11155.6 lbs

     

    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 190mm Spindle Bore

      Using an Oil Country CNC Lathe with a 190mm spindle bore typically involves the following steps:

      1. Setting up the machine: This includes installing the workpiece, securing it in place, and adjusting the tooling and other settings as needed. The operator should also ensure that all necessary safety precautions are in place.

      2. Programming the machine: The operator will need to input the necessary code or use a pre-existing program to control the movement of the cutting tools and the rotation of the spindle.

      3. Starting the machine: Once the machine is set up and programmed, the operator can start the machine and begin the machining process.

      4. Monitoring the machine: The operator should closely monitor the machine during operation, making adjustments as needed and stopping the machine if any issues arise.

      5. Finishing the job: Once the machining is complete, the operator should shut off the machine and remove the workpiece. The operator should also clean the machine and ensure that all tools and equipment are properly stored.

      It's important to note that the steps and procedures may vary depending on the specific machine and its control system, as well as the type and complexity of the job. It's also important that the operator have proper training and knowledge of the machine and the machining process.

      *Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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