STANDARD GS-800x2000NC Hydraulic Surface Grinder with NC Down Feed - STANDARD Direct

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STANDARD GS-800x2000NC Hydraulic Surface Grinder with NC Down Feed

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

Description

An automatic hydraulic surface grinder is a machine tool that is used to achieve precise and accurate finishes on flat metal surfaces. It typically consists of a grinding wheel, a work table that moves back and forth, and a reciprocating spindle that holds the workpiece. The grinding wheel is rotated by an electric motor and is brought into contact with the workpiece in order to remove material.

One of the key features of an automatic hydraulic surface grinder is its hydraulic control system, which provides power to the work table and spindle, and enables precise and consistent movement and positioning. The hydraulic system allows the operator to control the speed and pressure of the grinding process, and can be adjusted to accommodate different types of materials and grinding applications.

Another important feature of an automatic hydraulic surface grinder is its automatic feed mechanism, which advances the workpiece under the grinding wheel at a precise and controlled rate. This helps to ensure consistent and accurate results, and reduces the need for manual intervention.

Overall, an automatic hydraulic surface grinder is a highly precise and efficient machine tool that is widely used in manufacturing, metalworking, and engineering applications for producing flat and accurate surfaces.

Specifications
Description Metric Imperial
Working Surface of Table 800x2000mm 31.5x78.7 inches
Cross Travel 2230mm 87.8 in
Spindle to Worksurface 800mm 31.5in
Table Load 2000kgs 4409.25 lbs
T-Slot 3x16mm 0.11811x16 in
Table Speed 7-25m/min 23-82 feet/ min
Crossfeed Handwheel

1 grad - 0.02mm

1 rec - 5mm

1 grad - 0.0007874 in

1 rec - 0.19685 in

Automatic Crossfeed of Saddle 0.5-12mm 0.01969 to 0.47244 in
Power Cross Feed

50Hz - 1250mm/min

60Hz - 1500mm/min

50Hz - 49.21 in/min

60Hz - 59.06 in/min

Grinding Wheel Dimensions

400x50x127mm

15.75 x 1.97 x 5 in
Spindle Speed

50Hz - 1450rpm

60Hz - 1740rpm

50Hz - 1450rpm

60Hz - 1740rpm

Vertical Handwheel

1 grad - 0.001mm

1 rev - 1mm

1 grad - 0.00003937 in

1 rev - 0.03937 in

Automatic Down Feed Rate

0.001-1mm

0.00003937 - 0.03937 in
Power Head Increment

230mm/min

9.055 in/min
Spindle Motor

7.5kW

10.04hP
Vertical Motor

2w

0.00268 hP
Hydraulic Motor

5.5kW

7.38hP
Dust Collection Motor

550w

0.73756hP
Coolant Motor

90w

0.12069hP
Crossfeed Motor

370w

0.496hP
Floor Space

6200x2900mm

244.09  x114.17in
Packing Dimensions

5800x2230x1855mm

228.35 x 87.8 x 73.03 in
Net Weight

9250kgs

20,405.69 lbs
Gross Weight

10450kgs

 23,038.36 lbs

 

Standard Features
  • Grinding Wheel
  • Wheel Flange
  • Mounting Feed
Optional Extras
  •  Magnetic Separator & Paper Filter Coolant System (M2)
  •  Digital Read Out System
  •  DRO Installation & Display Arm & Tray, Mounting Bracket
  •  Fine Pole Electromagnetic Chuck
  •  Extra Wheel Flange
  •  Table Splash Guard (Rear)
  •  Full Enclosure Guarding
  •  Spindle Motor Frequency Inverter for Variable RPM
  •  Hydraulic Oil Chiller 
Delivery

Delivery is 9-12 Weeks from Deposit


How to use an Automatic Hydraulic Surface Grinder

To use an automatic hydraulic surface grinder, you should follow these steps:

  1. Preparation: Before using the grinder, inspect the machine for any damage or issues, and make sure that it is properly lubricated and secured. Review the manufacturer's manual and ensure that you are familiar with the grinder's operation and safety guidelines.

  2. Mounting the workpiece: Secure the workpiece to the work table and align it with the grinding wheel. If necessary, use clamps or vises to hold the workpiece in place.

  3. Adjusting the grinding wheel: Adjust the height of the grinding wheel so that it is level with the workpiece. Set the speed of the grinding wheel and make sure that it is rotating in the correct direction.

  4. Starting the grinder: Turn on the grinder and make sure that the workpiece is not in contact with the grinding wheel. Adjust the hydraulic control system to set the speed and pressure of the grinding process.

  5. Grinding: Begin the grinding process by lowering the workpiece into contact with the grinding wheel. Keep your hands clear of the grinding wheel and be prepared to stop the machine if necessary.

  6. Monitoring the process: Continuously monitor the grinding process and adjust the hydraulic control system as needed. Check the workpiece periodically to ensure that it is being ground evenly and to your desired specifications.

  7. Finishing the process: Once you have completed the grinding process, turn off the grinder and remove the workpiece from the work table. Inspect the workpiece to ensure that it meets your specifications.

It is important to follow all safety precautions when using an automatic hydraulic surface grinder, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment, such as eye protection and gloves, and following all manufacturer's instructions.

Description

An automatic hydraulic surface grinder is a machine tool that is used to achieve precise and accurate finishes on flat metal surfaces. It typically consists of a grinding wheel, a work table that moves back and forth, and a reciprocating spindle that holds the workpiece. The grinding wheel is rotated by an electric motor and is brought into contact with the workpiece in order to remove material.

One of the key features of an automatic hydraulic surface grinder is its hydraulic control system, which provides power to the work table and spindle, and enables precise and consistent movement and positioning. The hydraulic system allows the operator to control the speed and pressure of the grinding process, and can be adjusted to accommodate different types of materials and grinding applications.

Another important feature of an automatic hydraulic surface grinder is its automatic feed mechanism, which advances the workpiece under the grinding wheel at a precise and controlled rate. This helps to ensure consistent and accurate results, and reduces the need for manual intervention.

Overall, an automatic hydraulic surface grinder is a highly precise and efficient machine tool that is widely used in manufacturing, metalworking, and engineering applications for producing flat and accurate surfaces.

Specifications
Description Metric Imperial
Working Surface of Table 800x2000mm 31.5x78.7 inches
Cross Travel 2230mm 87.8 in
Spindle to Worksurface 800mm 31.5in
Table Load 2000kgs 4409.25 lbs
T-Slot 3x16mm 0.11811x16 in
Table Speed 7-25m/min 23-82 feet/ min
Crossfeed Handwheel

1 grad - 0.02mm

1 rec - 5mm

1 grad - 0.0007874 in

1 rec - 0.19685 in

Automatic Crossfeed of Saddle 0.5-12mm 0.01969 to 0.47244 in
Power Cross Feed

50Hz - 1250mm/min

60Hz - 1500mm/min

50Hz - 49.21 in/min

60Hz - 59.06 in/min

Grinding Wheel Dimensions

400x50x127mm

15.75 x 1.97 x 5 in
Spindle Speed

50Hz - 1450rpm

60Hz - 1740rpm

50Hz - 1450rpm

60Hz - 1740rpm

Vertical Handwheel

1 grad - 0.001mm

1 rev - 1mm

1 grad - 0.00003937 in

1 rev - 0.03937 in

Automatic Down Feed Rate

0.001-1mm

0.00003937 - 0.03937 in
Power Head Increment

230mm/min

9.055 in/min
Spindle Motor

7.5kW

10.04hP
Vertical Motor

2w

0.00268 hP
Hydraulic Motor

5.5kW

7.38hP
Dust Collection Motor

550w

0.73756hP
Coolant Motor

90w

0.12069hP
Crossfeed Motor

370w

0.496hP
Floor Space

6200x2900mm

244.09  x114.17in
Packing Dimensions

5800x2230x1855mm

228.35 x 87.8 x 73.03 in
Net Weight

9250kgs

20,405.69 lbs
Gross Weight

10450kgs

 23,038.36 lbs

 

Standard Features
  • Grinding Wheel
  • Wheel Flange
  • Mounting Feed
Optional Extras
  •  Magnetic Separator & Paper Filter Coolant System (M2)
  •  Digital Read Out System
  •  DRO Installation & Display Arm & Tray, Mounting Bracket
  •  Fine Pole Electromagnetic Chuck
  •  Extra Wheel Flange
  •  Table Splash Guard (Rear)
  •  Full Enclosure Guarding
  •  Spindle Motor Frequency Inverter for Variable RPM
  •  Hydraulic Oil Chiller 
Delivery

Delivery is 9-12 Weeks from Deposit

How to use an Automatic Hydraulic Surface Grinder

To use an automatic hydraulic surface grinder, you should follow these steps:

  1. Preparation: Before using the grinder, inspect the machine for any damage or issues, and make sure that it is properly lubricated and secured. Review the manufacturer's manual and ensure that you are familiar with the grinder's operation and safety guidelines.

  2. Mounting the workpiece: Secure the workpiece to the work table and align it with the grinding wheel. If necessary, use clamps or vises to hold the workpiece in place.

  3. Adjusting the grinding wheel: Adjust the height of the grinding wheel so that it is level with the workpiece. Set the speed of the grinding wheel and make sure that it is rotating in the correct direction.

  4. Starting the grinder: Turn on the grinder and make sure that the workpiece is not in contact with the grinding wheel. Adjust the hydraulic control system to set the speed and pressure of the grinding process.

  5. Grinding: Begin the grinding process by lowering the workpiece into contact with the grinding wheel. Keep your hands clear of the grinding wheel and be prepared to stop the machine if necessary.

  6. Monitoring the process: Continuously monitor the grinding process and adjust the hydraulic control system as needed. Check the workpiece periodically to ensure that it is being ground evenly and to your desired specifications.

  7. Finishing the process: Once you have completed the grinding process, turn off the grinder and remove the workpiece from the work table. Inspect the workpiece to ensure that it meets your specifications.

It is important to follow all safety precautions when using an automatic hydraulic surface grinder, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment, such as eye protection and gloves, and following all manufacturer's instructions.

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Description

An automatic hydraulic surface grinder is a machine tool that is used to achieve precise and accurate finishes on flat metal surfaces. It typically consists of a grinding wheel, a work table that moves back and forth, and a reciprocating spindle that holds the workpiece. The grinding wheel is rotated by an electric motor and is brought into contact with the workpiece in order to remove material.

One of the key features of an automatic hydraulic surface grinder is its hydraulic control system, which provides power to the work table and spindle, and enables precise and consistent movement and positioning. The hydraulic system allows the operator to control the speed and pressure of the grinding process, and can be adjusted to accommodate different types of materials and grinding applications.

Another important feature of an automatic hydraulic surface grinder is its automatic feed mechanism, which advances the workpiece under the grinding wheel at a precise and controlled rate. This helps to ensure consistent and accurate results, and reduces the need for manual intervention.

Overall, an automatic hydraulic surface grinder is a highly precise and efficient machine tool that is widely used in manufacturing, metalworking, and engineering applications for producing flat and accurate surfaces.

Specifications
Description Metric Imperial
Working Surface of Table 800x2000mm 31.5x78.7 inches
Cross Travel 2230mm 87.8 in
Spindle to Worksurface 800mm 31.5in
Table Load 2000kgs 4409.25 lbs
T-Slot 3x16mm 0.11811x16 in
Table Speed 7-25m/min 23-82 feet/ min
Crossfeed Handwheel

1 grad - 0.02mm

1 rec - 5mm

1 grad - 0.0007874 in

1 rec - 0.19685 in

Automatic Crossfeed of Saddle 0.5-12mm 0.01969 to 0.47244 in
Power Cross Feed

50Hz - 1250mm/min

60Hz - 1500mm/min

50Hz - 49.21 in/min

60Hz - 59.06 in/min

Grinding Wheel Dimensions

400x50x127mm

15.75 x 1.97 x 5 in
Spindle Speed

50Hz - 1450rpm

60Hz - 1740rpm

50Hz - 1450rpm

60Hz - 1740rpm

Vertical Handwheel

1 grad - 0.001mm

1 rev - 1mm

1 grad - 0.00003937 in

1 rev - 0.03937 in

Automatic Down Feed Rate

0.001-1mm

0.00003937 - 0.03937 in
Power Head Increment

230mm/min

9.055 in/min
Spindle Motor

7.5kW

10.04hP
Vertical Motor

2w

0.00268 hP
Hydraulic Motor

5.5kW

7.38hP
Dust Collection Motor

550w

0.73756hP
Coolant Motor

90w

0.12069hP
Crossfeed Motor

370w

0.496hP
Floor Space

6200x2900mm

244.09  x114.17in
Packing Dimensions

5800x2230x1855mm

228.35 x 87.8 x 73.03 in
Net Weight

9250kgs

20,405.69 lbs
Gross Weight

10450kgs

 23,038.36 lbs

 

Standard Features
  • Grinding Wheel
  • Wheel Flange
  • Mounting Feed
Optional Extras
  •  Magnetic Separator & Paper Filter Coolant System (M2)
  •  Digital Read Out System
  •  DRO Installation & Display Arm & Tray, Mounting Bracket
  •  Fine Pole Electromagnetic Chuck
  •  Extra Wheel Flange
  •  Table Splash Guard (Rear)
  •  Full Enclosure Guarding
  •  Spindle Motor Frequency Inverter for Variable RPM
  •  Hydraulic Oil Chiller 
Delivery

Delivery is 9-12 Weeks from Deposit

How to use an Automatic Hydraulic Surface Grinder

To use an automatic hydraulic surface grinder, you should follow these steps:

  1. Preparation: Before using the grinder, inspect the machine for any damage or issues, and make sure that it is properly lubricated and secured. Review the manufacturer's manual and ensure that you are familiar with the grinder's operation and safety guidelines.

  2. Mounting the workpiece: Secure the workpiece to the work table and align it with the grinding wheel. If necessary, use clamps or vises to hold the workpiece in place.

  3. Adjusting the grinding wheel: Adjust the height of the grinding wheel so that it is level with the workpiece. Set the speed of the grinding wheel and make sure that it is rotating in the correct direction.

  4. Starting the grinder: Turn on the grinder and make sure that the workpiece is not in contact with the grinding wheel. Adjust the hydraulic control system to set the speed and pressure of the grinding process.

  5. Grinding: Begin the grinding process by lowering the workpiece into contact with the grinding wheel. Keep your hands clear of the grinding wheel and be prepared to stop the machine if necessary.

  6. Monitoring the process: Continuously monitor the grinding process and adjust the hydraulic control system as needed. Check the workpiece periodically to ensure that it is being ground evenly and to your desired specifications.

  7. Finishing the process: Once you have completed the grinding process, turn off the grinder and remove the workpiece from the work table. Inspect the workpiece to ensure that it meets your specifications.

It is important to follow all safety precautions when using an automatic hydraulic surface grinder, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment, such as eye protection and gloves, and following all manufacturer's instructions.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*