Standard M-3V | Turret Mill | Variable Speed - STANDARD Direct

STANDARD M-3V Turret Mill with Variable Speed


*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 variable speed (motor 3HP) and an R8 spindle is a type of vertical milling machine that is designed for precision machining of various metal and non-metal parts. The machine is equipped with a rotating turret that holds multiple cutting tools, allowing for a quick tool change and reducing the time needed to perform multiple operations.

The variable speed motor (3HP) provides the power required to operate the machine, while the R8 spindle is a standard taper used in the tool holding industry for milling machines. This type of spindle allows for quick and easy tool changes, as well as providing high accuracy and stability during cutting operations.

The machine is typically equipped with a number of features, such as a sturdy and stable base, a table that can be adjusted in multiple directions, and an easy-to-use control panel. Additionally, the machine is often equipped with various safety features, such as automatic shut-off mechanisms, to ensure that the operator is protected while using the machine.

Overall, a turret milling machine with variable speed and an R8 spindle is a versatile and efficient tool for a variety of milling operations, including drilling, boring, and facing.

Benefits of a turret mill over other mills:

  • This milling machine is equipped with three linear axes - the X-axis, Y-axis, and Z-axis - the norm in milling machines.
  • This Turret Mill can be utilized as a drilling machine by utilizing its quill, just like the leverage action of a traditional drilling machine.
  • The STANDARD M-3V Turret Mill with Variable Speed offers flexibility in drilling and milling, with the ability to complete tasks at angled positions on the A-axis (head tilts left and right) and B-axis (head tilts forward and backwards).
  • The head is adjustable for angle and reach relative to the table with the Ram feature.
  • An optional Slotting attachment can be added to the rear of the Ram to facilitate slotting operations.
  • Table Size - 1270x254mm = 50 x 10 in
  • T Slots - 16x65mm (x3) = 0.63 x 2.56 in (x3)
  • Longitudinal (X) Travel - 850mm = 33.46 in
  • Cross (Y) Travel - 400mm = 15.75 in
  • Vertical (Z) Travel - 400mm = 15.75 in
  • Quill Travel - 127mm = 5 in
  • Quill Diameter - Ø86mm = 3.39 in
  • Spindle Centre to Column - 170-520mm = 6.69-20.47 in
  • Spindle Nose to Table Top - 0-460mm = 0-18.11 in
  • Arm Travel - 450mm = 17.72 in
  • Milling Head Tilt - 90º (Left & Right), 45º (Front & Back)
  • Spindle Taper - R8
  • Spindle Speed - 66-4540rpm
  • Power of Spindle Motor - 3HP(2.2kW)
  • Max. Table Load - 350kg = 771.61 lbs
  • Size - 1600x1700x2250mm = 63 x 67 x 88.58 in
  • Weight - 1250kg = 2755.78 lbs 
Standard Features
  • Splash Tray
  • Overarm Type Electrical Panel
  • X-Axis Feed Motors (A100)

Machine are "Build on Order" only

Delivery is 8-12 weeks from Deposit payment

How to use a Turret Milling Machine
Using a turret milling machine with a variable speed motor and an R8 spindle requires a basic understanding of milling operations and the various controls and components of the machine.

Here are the steps to follow when using this type of machine:

  1. Familiarize yourself with the machine: Before using the machine, take the time to familiarize yourself with its components, including the control panel, spindle, table, and turret.

  2. Select the appropriate tool: Choose the right tool for the job based on the material you're working with and the type of operation you want to perform. Ensure that the tool is securely clamped in the tool holder.

  3. Set the speed: Depending on the material being machined and the type of cut being performed, you will need to adjust the speed of the spindle. The speed can usually be adjusted using a dial on the control panel.

  4. Install the workpiece: Mount the workpiece onto the machine table, securing it in place with clamps or other suitable restraints.

  5. Adjust the table: Adjust the position of the table so that the cutting tool is properly aligned with the workpiece.

  6. Start the machine: Turn on the machine, and begin the milling operation. Pay close attention to the sound and vibration of the machine, and make any necessary adjustments to the speed and cutting depth to ensure a smooth and accurate cut.

  7. Check the finished product: After completing the milling operation, inspect the workpiece to ensure that it meets your specifications. If necessary, make any necessary adjustments to the tool, speed, or other settings.

Note: Before using any machine, it is important to read the operator's manual and any safety instructions that come with the machine to ensure that you are operating it correctly and safely.

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