Standard M-3M | Turret Milling Machine | Step Pulley Change Spindle - STANDARD Direct

STANDARD M-3M Turret Milling Machine with Step Pulley Change Spindle


*Mills are built on order, delivery is approx 9~14 weeks
Prices include Sea Freight to your nearest port*
*Excludes Local Taxes*


A turret milling machine with a step pulley change spindle is a type of vertical milling machine that features a turret, which is a rotating tool holder that can hold multiple cutting tools. The spindle of the machine, which is responsible for rotating the cutting tool, is powered by a 3 horsepower motor and has an R8 spindle taper.

The step pulley change spindle allows for quick and easy changes to the speed of the spindle by adjusting the position of the belt on a stepped pulley system. This allows for different cutting speeds to be used depending on the type of material being machined and the size of the cutting tool being used.

The R8 spindle taper is a commonly used taper in the machining industry, and is compatible with a wide range of tooling options, including end mills, drill bits, and tapping tools. This makes the machine versatile and capable of performing a wide range of machining operations.

The combination of the 3 horsepower motor, step pulley change spindle, and R8 spindle taper make this turret milling machine a powerful and efficient machine tool that is capable of handling heavy cutting loads and producing precise, accurate parts.

*Available in 3-phase or Single Phase*

Benefits of a turret mill over other mills:

  • Like most milling machines it has 3-milling axes - X,Y,Z-axis
  • It can be used as a drilling machine by using its quill, this is similar to the feed or lever operation of a drilling machine.
  • You can drill and mill at angles on A-axis (Head tilts left and right) and B-axis (Head tilts forward and backwards)
  • The head can be positioned by using the Ram (Angle and reach adjustable relative to the table.)
  • You can do slotting work by adding a Slotting attachment to the back of the Ram.
  • Table Size - 1270x254mm = 50x10in
  • T Slots - 16x65mm (x3) = 0.6x2.6 in (x3)
  • Longitudinal (X) Travel - 850mm = 33.5 in
  • Cross (Y) Travel - 400mm = 15.75 in
  • Vertical (Z) Travel - 400mm = 15.75 in
  • Quill Travel - 127mm = 5 in
  • Quill Diameter - Ø86mm = 3.4 in
  • Spindle Center to Column - 170-520mm = 6.7-20.5 in
  • Spindle Nose to Table Top - 0-460mm = 0-18.1 in
  • Arm Travel - 450mm = 17.7 in
  • Milling Head Tilt - 90º (Left & Right), 45º (Front & Back)
  • Spindle Taper - R8
  • Spindle Speed - 66-4540rpm (16 Steps)
  • Power of Spindle Motor - 3HP (2.2kW)
  • Max. Table Load - 350kg =  770 lbs
  • Size - 1600x1700x2250mm = 63x67x89 in
  • Weight - 1200kg = 2645 lbs
Standard Features
  • Splash Tray
  • Overarm Type Electrical Panel
  • X-Axis Feed Motors (A100)

Delivery 8-12 Weeks from Deposit
Strictly built on order.

How to use a Turret Milling Machine

Here are the basic steps to use this type of machine:

  1. Install the cutting tool: Choose the appropriate cutting tool for the machining operation you want to perform and install it in the turret. Make sure it is securely tightened in place.

  2. Set the speed: Adjust the step pulley system to set the spindle speed to the desired RPM. This will depend on the material being machined and the size of the cutting tool being used.

  3. Mount the workpiece: Secure the workpiece to the machine's table using clamps or vice. Make sure it is level and stable.

  4. Locate the workpiece: Move the machine's table and/or quill so that the cutting tool is positioned correctly over the workpiece.

  5. Start the machine: Turn on the machine's power switch and allow the spindle to reach full speed.

  6. Begin machining: Start the machining operation by engaging the feed control lever and allowing the cutting tool to start cutting into the workpiece. Adjust the feed rate as needed to achieve the desired cutting speed.

  7. Monitor the process: Observe the machining process and make any necessary adjustments to the feed rate, speed, or cutting tool position as needed.

  8. Stop the machine: When the machining operation is complete, turn off the machine's power switch and wait for the spindle to come to a complete stop.

It is important to follow proper safety procedures when using a turret milling machine with a step pulley change spindle. This may include wearing personal protective equipment, such as safety glasses, and following recommended guidelines for operation and maintenance.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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