Standard GS-400x800 | Hydraulic Surface Grinder - STANDARD Direct

STANDARD GS-400x800 Hydraulic Surface Grinder

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

Description

A Precision Hydraulic Surface Grinder is a type of machine tool used for grinding flat surfaces with high accuracy. It typically consists of a grinder body that houses a grinding wheel, a spindle, a table that supports the workpiece, and a hydraulic system that controls the movement of the table and regulates the grinding process.

The hydraulic system provides precise control over the table's movements and helps to ensure the accuracy of the grinding operation. The spindle rotates the grinding wheel at high speed, and the workpiece is fed against the wheel to remove material and produce a flat surface with a precise dimension.

Some precision hydraulic surface grinders have a magnetic chuck on the table, which allows them to hold ferromagnetic workpieces in place during the grinding process. This makes it possible to grind a wide range of materials, including steel, cast iron, and stainless steel.

The machines are often used in manufacturing, tool and die making, and metalworking industries, where precise flat surfaces are required for precise tolerances and finishes. They are designed to produce high-quality surfaces with minimal operator intervention, making them an ideal choice for applications where accuracy and efficiency are essential.

Main Features:

  • The machine features a C-shaped body with a stable cast iron frame, designed for precise alignment.
  • Equipped with high-precision spindle bearings and a balanced spindle shaft.
  • X-axis configuration: Hydraulic X-travel on a hydrostatic bearing slideway.
  • Y-axis configuration: Electric stepper feed with adjustable step size.
  • Z-axis offers three options:
    • A: Manual Z-axis feed and positioning.
    • AH: Motorized feed and manual positioning.
    • AHD: Automatic down feed, motorized feed, and positioning.
Specifications
  • Magnet Size - 400x800mm = 15.7x31.5 inches
  • X-Axis (Longitudinal) Travel - 850mm = 33.5 inches
  • Y-Axis (Cross) Travel - 440mm = 17.3 inches
  • Table to Spindle Centre - 580mm (without magnet) = 22.8 inches
  • Load on Table - 700kg = 1543 lbs
  • Table Speeds - 5~25m/min (hydraulic X-axis) = 16.4~82.0 feet per minute
  • Cross Feed Handwheel - 0.02mm/Gra., 5mm/Rev. = 0.0008 inches/grad, 0.2 inches/rev
  • Auto. Cross feed - 0.5~12mm/step = 0.02~0.47 inches/step
  • Power Cross feed - 790mm/min = 31.1 inches/minute
  • Grinding Wheel - 355x40x127mm = 14x1.6x5 inches
  • Spindle Speed - 1450RPM
  • Vertical Feed Handwheel - 0.01mm/Gra., 2mm/Rev. = 0.0004 inches/grad, 0.08 inches/rev
  • Auto. Down Feed - 0.005~0.025mm/step = 0.0002~0.001 inches/step
  • Vertical Rapid Feed Speed - 230mm = 9.1 inches/minute
  • Vertical Feed Motor - 90W = 0.12 hp
  • Spindle Motor - 5.5kW = 7.38 hP
  • Hydraulic Motor - 1.5kW = 2.01 hP
  • Coolant Motor - 90W = 0.12 hP
  • Cross Feed Motor - 90W = 0.12 hP
  • Floor Space - 3600x2600mm = 141.7x102.4 inches
  • Weight - 3150kg = 6945 lbs
Standard Features
  • 400x800mm Electromagnet
  • Grinding Wheel
  • Wheel Flange
  • Balance stand
  • Mounting Feed
Delivery

Surface grinders are strictly build on order.
Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit


How to use a Precision Hydraulic Surface grinder

Using a Precision Hydraulic Surface Grinder typically involves the following steps:

  1. Set up the machine: Check the machine's manual for proper set-up procedures, including mounting the grinding wheel, installing the coolant system, and adjusting the spindle speed. Make sure that the machine is properly grounded and that the table is level.

  2. Mount the workpiece: Secure the workpiece to the table using either clamps or a magnetic chuck. Make sure that it is properly aligned and that it will not interfere with the grinding wheel during the grinding process.

  3. Adjust the table: Use the hydraulic system to move the table until the workpiece is positioned correctly under the grinding wheel. Make any necessary adjustments to the table position to ensure that the workpiece will be ground to the desired specifications.

  4. Start the machine: Turn on the machine and adjust the spindle speed as necessary. Engage the coolant system to provide lubrication and cool the grinding process.

  5. Begin grinding: Move the table under the grinding wheel using the hydraulic system, and feed the workpiece into the grinding wheel using a controlled and steady motion. Keep the workpiece in contact with the wheel until the desired finish and accuracy are achieved.

  6. Stop the machine: Turn off the machine and disengage the coolant system. Remove the workpiece from the table and clean any residue or debris from the machine.

It's important to follow all safety procedures while using a precision hydraulic surface grinder, including wearing appropriate eye and ear protection, following the manufacturer's recommended operating procedures, and observing all machine warning labels and guards.

Description

A Precision Hydraulic Surface Grinder is a type of machine tool used for grinding flat surfaces with high accuracy. It typically consists of a grinder body that houses a grinding wheel, a spindle, a table that supports the workpiece, and a hydraulic system that controls the movement of the table and regulates the grinding process.

The hydraulic system provides precise control over the table's movements and helps to ensure the accuracy of the grinding operation. The spindle rotates the grinding wheel at high speed, and the workpiece is fed against the wheel to remove material and produce a flat surface with a precise dimension.

Some precision hydraulic surface grinders have a magnetic chuck on the table, which allows them to hold ferromagnetic workpieces in place during the grinding process. This makes it possible to grind a wide range of materials, including steel, cast iron, and stainless steel.

The machines are often used in manufacturing, tool and die making, and metalworking industries, where precise flat surfaces are required for precise tolerances and finishes. They are designed to produce high-quality surfaces with minimal operator intervention, making them an ideal choice for applications where accuracy and efficiency are essential.

Main Features:

  • The machine features a C-shaped body with a stable cast iron frame, designed for precise alignment.
  • Equipped with high-precision spindle bearings and a balanced spindle shaft.
  • X-axis configuration: Hydraulic X-travel on a hydrostatic bearing slideway.
  • Y-axis configuration: Electric stepper feed with adjustable step size.
  • Z-axis offers three options:
    • A: Manual Z-axis feed and positioning.
    • AH: Motorized feed and manual positioning.
    • AHD: Automatic down feed, motorized feed, and positioning.
Specifications
  • Magnet Size - 400x800mm = 15.7x31.5 inches
  • X-Axis (Longitudinal) Travel - 850mm = 33.5 inches
  • Y-Axis (Cross) Travel - 440mm = 17.3 inches
  • Table to Spindle Centre - 580mm (without magnet) = 22.8 inches
  • Load on Table - 700kg = 1543 lbs
  • Table Speeds - 5~25m/min (hydraulic X-axis) = 16.4~82.0 feet per minute
  • Cross Feed Handwheel - 0.02mm/Gra., 5mm/Rev. = 0.0008 inches/grad, 0.2 inches/rev
  • Auto. Cross feed - 0.5~12mm/step = 0.02~0.47 inches/step
  • Power Cross feed - 790mm/min = 31.1 inches/minute
  • Grinding Wheel - 355x40x127mm = 14x1.6x5 inches
  • Spindle Speed - 1450RPM
  • Vertical Feed Handwheel - 0.01mm/Gra., 2mm/Rev. = 0.0004 inches/grad, 0.08 inches/rev
  • Auto. Down Feed - 0.005~0.025mm/step = 0.0002~0.001 inches/step
  • Vertical Rapid Feed Speed - 230mm = 9.1 inches/minute
  • Vertical Feed Motor - 90W = 0.12 hp
  • Spindle Motor - 5.5kW = 7.38 hP
  • Hydraulic Motor - 1.5kW = 2.01 hP
  • Coolant Motor - 90W = 0.12 hP
  • Cross Feed Motor - 90W = 0.12 hP
  • Floor Space - 3600x2600mm = 141.7x102.4 inches
  • Weight - 3150kg = 6945 lbs
Standard Features
  • 400x800mm Electromagnet
  • Grinding Wheel
  • Wheel Flange
  • Balance stand
  • Mounting Feed
Delivery

Surface grinders are strictly build on order.
Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

How to use a Precision Hydraulic Surface grinder

Using a Precision Hydraulic Surface Grinder typically involves the following steps:

  1. Set up the machine: Check the machine's manual for proper set-up procedures, including mounting the grinding wheel, installing the coolant system, and adjusting the spindle speed. Make sure that the machine is properly grounded and that the table is level.

  2. Mount the workpiece: Secure the workpiece to the table using either clamps or a magnetic chuck. Make sure that it is properly aligned and that it will not interfere with the grinding wheel during the grinding process.

  3. Adjust the table: Use the hydraulic system to move the table until the workpiece is positioned correctly under the grinding wheel. Make any necessary adjustments to the table position to ensure that the workpiece will be ground to the desired specifications.

  4. Start the machine: Turn on the machine and adjust the spindle speed as necessary. Engage the coolant system to provide lubrication and cool the grinding process.

  5. Begin grinding: Move the table under the grinding wheel using the hydraulic system, and feed the workpiece into the grinding wheel using a controlled and steady motion. Keep the workpiece in contact with the wheel until the desired finish and accuracy are achieved.

  6. Stop the machine: Turn off the machine and disengage the coolant system. Remove the workpiece from the table and clean any residue or debris from the machine.

It's important to follow all safety procedures while using a precision hydraulic surface grinder, including wearing appropriate eye and ear protection, following the manufacturer's recommended operating procedures, and observing all machine warning labels and guards.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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Description

A Precision Hydraulic Surface Grinder is a type of machine tool used for grinding flat surfaces with high accuracy. It typically consists of a grinder body that houses a grinding wheel, a spindle, a table that supports the workpiece, and a hydraulic system that controls the movement of the table and regulates the grinding process.

The hydraulic system provides precise control over the table's movements and helps to ensure the accuracy of the grinding operation. The spindle rotates the grinding wheel at high speed, and the workpiece is fed against the wheel to remove material and produce a flat surface with a precise dimension.

Some precision hydraulic surface grinders have a magnetic chuck on the table, which allows them to hold ferromagnetic workpieces in place during the grinding process. This makes it possible to grind a wide range of materials, including steel, cast iron, and stainless steel.

The machines are often used in manufacturing, tool and die making, and metalworking industries, where precise flat surfaces are required for precise tolerances and finishes. They are designed to produce high-quality surfaces with minimal operator intervention, making them an ideal choice for applications where accuracy and efficiency are essential.

Main Features:

  • The machine features a C-shaped body with a stable cast iron frame, designed for precise alignment.
  • Equipped with high-precision spindle bearings and a balanced spindle shaft.
  • X-axis configuration: Hydraulic X-travel on a hydrostatic bearing slideway.
  • Y-axis configuration: Electric stepper feed with adjustable step size.
  • Z-axis offers three options:
    • A: Manual Z-axis feed and positioning.
    • AH: Motorized feed and manual positioning.
    • AHD: Automatic down feed, motorized feed, and positioning.
Specifications
  • Magnet Size - 400x800mm = 15.7x31.5 inches
  • X-Axis (Longitudinal) Travel - 850mm = 33.5 inches
  • Y-Axis (Cross) Travel - 440mm = 17.3 inches
  • Table to Spindle Centre - 580mm (without magnet) = 22.8 inches
  • Load on Table - 700kg = 1543 lbs
  • Table Speeds - 5~25m/min (hydraulic X-axis) = 16.4~82.0 feet per minute
  • Cross Feed Handwheel - 0.02mm/Gra., 5mm/Rev. = 0.0008 inches/grad, 0.2 inches/rev
  • Auto. Cross feed - 0.5~12mm/step = 0.02~0.47 inches/step
  • Power Cross feed - 790mm/min = 31.1 inches/minute
  • Grinding Wheel - 355x40x127mm = 14x1.6x5 inches
  • Spindle Speed - 1450RPM
  • Vertical Feed Handwheel - 0.01mm/Gra., 2mm/Rev. = 0.0004 inches/grad, 0.08 inches/rev
  • Auto. Down Feed - 0.005~0.025mm/step = 0.0002~0.001 inches/step
  • Vertical Rapid Feed Speed - 230mm = 9.1 inches/minute
  • Vertical Feed Motor - 90W = 0.12 hp
  • Spindle Motor - 5.5kW = 7.38 hP
  • Hydraulic Motor - 1.5kW = 2.01 hP
  • Coolant Motor - 90W = 0.12 hP
  • Cross Feed Motor - 90W = 0.12 hP
  • Floor Space - 3600x2600mm = 141.7x102.4 inches
  • Weight - 3150kg = 6945 lbs
Standard Features
  • 400x800mm Electromagnet
  • Grinding Wheel
  • Wheel Flange
  • Balance stand
  • Mounting Feed
Delivery

Surface grinders are strictly build on order.
Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

How to use a Precision Hydraulic Surface grinder

Using a Precision Hydraulic Surface Grinder typically involves the following steps:

  1. Set up the machine: Check the machine's manual for proper set-up procedures, including mounting the grinding wheel, installing the coolant system, and adjusting the spindle speed. Make sure that the machine is properly grounded and that the table is level.

  2. Mount the workpiece: Secure the workpiece to the table using either clamps or a magnetic chuck. Make sure that it is properly aligned and that it will not interfere with the grinding wheel during the grinding process.

  3. Adjust the table: Use the hydraulic system to move the table until the workpiece is positioned correctly under the grinding wheel. Make any necessary adjustments to the table position to ensure that the workpiece will be ground to the desired specifications.

  4. Start the machine: Turn on the machine and adjust the spindle speed as necessary. Engage the coolant system to provide lubrication and cool the grinding process.

  5. Begin grinding: Move the table under the grinding wheel using the hydraulic system, and feed the workpiece into the grinding wheel using a controlled and steady motion. Keep the workpiece in contact with the wheel until the desired finish and accuracy are achieved.

  6. Stop the machine: Turn off the machine and disengage the coolant system. Remove the workpiece from the table and clean any residue or debris from the machine.

It's important to follow all safety procedures while using a precision hydraulic surface grinder, including wearing appropriate eye and ear protection, following the manufacturer's recommended operating procedures, and observing all machine warning labels and guards.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*