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STANDARD M-6V Turret Mill with Variable Speed

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

Description

Introducing our Standard M-6V Turret Mill with Variable Speed – the precision machining solution you've been searching for.

Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting out, this turret mill is designed to meet your needs with unwavering reliability and performance.

Key Features:

  1. Variable Speed Control: The heart of the M-6V lies in its variable speed mechanism, offering exceptional versatility and adaptability for a wide range of materials and machining tasks. With a simple adjustment, you can easily fine-tune the spindle speed to match your specific requirements, from delicate engraving to heavy-duty cutting.

  2. Rigid Structure: Crafted from high-quality materials, this turret mill boasts a robust and durable construction that ensures stability and precision during operation. It's built to last, providing years of consistent performance.

  3. Large Worktable: The generously sized worktable on our M-6V turret mill accommodates a variety of workpieces, giving you ample space to tackle complex projects. Its surface is precisely machined for optimal flatness and smooth movement.

  4. Powerful Motor: Equipped with a high-performance motor, this machine delivers the power needed to handle a broad spectrum of milling tasks efficiently and effortlessly.

  5. Turret Head: The versatile turret head design allows you to switch between different cutting tools quickly, saving you time and ensuring accuracy in your work.

  6. Digital Readout (DRO) Compatibility: This turret mill is compatible with digital readout systems, facilitating precise measurements and aiding in more intricate machining projects.

  7. User-Friendly Controls: The control panel is intuitively designed for ease of use, making it accessible for operators of all skill levels.

  8. Safety First: We've integrated comprehensive safety features to protect both you and the machine during operation, giving you peace of mind as you work.

For those in the market for a turret mill for sale, our Standard M-6V Turret Mill with Variable Speed is the ideal choice. With its blend of quality, versatility, and performance, it's a perfect addition to any workshop or manufacturing environment. Elevate your machining capabilities with this reliable workhorse, designed to meet your exacting standards. Don't miss the opportunity to own this outstanding piece of machinery. Explore our turret mill today!

Benefits of a turret mill over other mills:

  • This turret mill features the three axes of motion familiar to milling machines: the X-axis, Y-axis, and Z-axis.
  • Functioning similarly to the feed or lever operation of a drill, the STANDARD M-6V Turret Mill with Variable Speed enables drilling through its quill.
  • Drilling and milling can be performed at various angles on the A-axis (Head tilts left and right) and B-axis (Head tilts forward and backwards).
  • The head can be accurately located with the adjustable Ram, enabling precise positioning relative to the table.
  • The STANDARD M-6V Turret Mill with Variable Speed can accommodate slotting projects when equipped with a Slotting attachment mounted to the back of the Ram.
Specifications
Description Metric Imperial
Table Size  1370x305mm 54.0x 12.0in
Travel (X x Y x Z)  875x 400x 445mm  34.4 x 15.7 x 17.5in
Quill Travel  127mm  5.0in
Quill Diameter  105mm  4.1in
Spindle Motor 5HP  5 HP
Spindle Taper NT40  NT40
Spindle Speed  60-2,450 / 60-4,200rpm  60-2,450 / 60-4,200 rpm
Table Loading 500kg 1,100 lbs
Dimensions 1720x1510x2250mm 67.7x59.4x88.6in
Weight 1700kg 3,748 lbs


    Standard Features
    • Coolant System 
    • Auto Lubrication 
    • One Piece Drawbar
    • Halogen Work light 
    • Inverter to control X & Y Feed rate; X & Y Reducing Motor 
    • Elevating Motor (Auto Knee)
    • Turcite B on X & Y Axes 
    • Front & Rear Way Covers 
    • Levelling Pads & Bolts 
    • Toolbox with Tools
    • Operator Manual 
    • 12 Months Warranty 
    Delivery

    Delivery 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

     

    How to use a Turret Mill

    A turret mill with variable speed is a versatile machine tool used for various machining operations, such as milling, drilling, and boring. The variable speed feature allows you to adjust the spindle speed to suit different materials and tooling requirements. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use a turret mill with variable speed:

    1. Safety Precautions

    Before you begin, ensure you're wearing appropriate safety gear, such as safety glasses, hearing protection, and suitable clothing. Familiarize yourself with the machine's emergency stop button, safety interlocks, and the location of the fire extinguisher and first aid kit.

    2. Machine Setup

    Check the machine for any signs of damage, wear, or loose parts. Make sure everything is in good working order. Secure the workpiece and any necessary fixtures to the milling table using clamps or a vise. Ensure that the workpiece and any tools are properly aligned with the spindle.

    3. Power On

    Switch on the main power to the machine and ensure the power indicator lights up. Check the emergency stop button to ensure it is in the "off" position. Activate any required safety interlocks or guards.

    4. 

    Variable Speed Control

    Most turret mills with variable speed have a control knob or digital display that allows you to adjust the spindle speed Consult the machine's manual for specific instructions on adjusting the speed range. Typically, you can rotate the knob to increase or decrease the spindle speed.

    5. Tool Selection and Installation

    Select the appropriate cutting tool for your machining operation. Make sure the tool is in good condition. Use the machine's tool change system to install the chosen tool securely into the spindle. Ensure the tool is properly tightened using the drawbar or any tool retention system in place.

    6. Setting Zero Point:

     

    Zero out the workpiece or tool in relation to the machine's coordinate system. You can use a dial indicator or edge finder for precise zeroing.

     

     

     

    7. Tool Path and Depth of Cut: Program the desired toolpath and depth of cut into the machine's control system. You may use manual controls or CNC programming, depending on the machine's capabilities Ensure that the tool and workpiece are clear of any obstructions or clamps.

    8. Start MillingGradually start the spindle and observe the cutting operation. Make sure the machine operates smoothly and the tool does not chatter or vibrate excessively. If you notice any issues, stop the machine immediately and troubleshoot the problem.

    9. Cutting Speed Adjustment: As you machine different materials or require different cutting speeds, adjust the spindle speed accordingly using the variable speed control.

     

     

    10. End the OperationAfter completing your machining task, turn off the spindle and return the machine to its home position. Remove the workpiece and clean the milling table, removing any chips or debris.

    11. Shut DownTurn off the main power to the machine. Store any tools and accessories properly.

    Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines specific to your turret mill with variable speed to ensure safe and efficient operation.

    Description

    Introducing our Standard M-6V Turret Mill with Variable Speed – the precision machining solution you've been searching for.

    Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting out, this turret mill is designed to meet your needs with unwavering reliability and performance.

    Key Features:

    1. Variable Speed Control: The heart of the M-6V lies in its variable speed mechanism, offering exceptional versatility and adaptability for a wide range of materials and machining tasks. With a simple adjustment, you can easily fine-tune the spindle speed to match your specific requirements, from delicate engraving to heavy-duty cutting.

    2. Rigid Structure: Crafted from high-quality materials, this turret mill boasts a robust and durable construction that ensures stability and precision during operation. It's built to last, providing years of consistent performance.

    3. Large Worktable: The generously sized worktable on our M-6V turret mill accommodates a variety of workpieces, giving you ample space to tackle complex projects. Its surface is precisely machined for optimal flatness and smooth movement.

    4. Powerful Motor: Equipped with a high-performance motor, this machine delivers the power needed to handle a broad spectrum of milling tasks efficiently and effortlessly.

    5. Turret Head: The versatile turret head design allows you to switch between different cutting tools quickly, saving you time and ensuring accuracy in your work.

    6. Digital Readout (DRO) Compatibility: This turret mill is compatible with digital readout systems, facilitating precise measurements and aiding in more intricate machining projects.

    7. User-Friendly Controls: The control panel is intuitively designed for ease of use, making it accessible for operators of all skill levels.

    8. Safety First: We've integrated comprehensive safety features to protect both you and the machine during operation, giving you peace of mind as you work.

    For those in the market for a turret mill for sale, our Standard M-6V Turret Mill with Variable Speed is the ideal choice. With its blend of quality, versatility, and performance, it's a perfect addition to any workshop or manufacturing environment. Elevate your machining capabilities with this reliable workhorse, designed to meet your exacting standards. Don't miss the opportunity to own this outstanding piece of machinery. Explore our turret mill today!

    Benefits of a turret mill over other mills:

    • This turret mill features the three axes of motion familiar to milling machines: the X-axis, Y-axis, and Z-axis.
    • Functioning similarly to the feed or lever operation of a drill, the STANDARD M-6V Turret Mill with Variable Speed enables drilling through its quill.
    • Drilling and milling can be performed at various angles on the A-axis (Head tilts left and right) and B-axis (Head tilts forward and backwards).
    • The head can be accurately located with the adjustable Ram, enabling precise positioning relative to the table.
    • The STANDARD M-6V Turret Mill with Variable Speed can accommodate slotting projects when equipped with a Slotting attachment mounted to the back of the Ram.
    Specifications
    Description Metric Imperial
    Table Size  1370x305mm 54.0x 12.0in
    Travel (X x Y x Z)  875x 400x 445mm  34.4 x 15.7 x 17.5in
    Quill Travel  127mm  5.0in
    Quill Diameter  105mm  4.1in
    Spindle Motor 5HP  5 HP
    Spindle Taper NT40  NT40
    Spindle Speed  60-2,450 / 60-4,200rpm  60-2,450 / 60-4,200 rpm
    Table Loading 500kg 1,100 lbs
    Dimensions 1720x1510x2250mm 67.7x59.4x88.6in
    Weight 1700kg 3,748 lbs


      Standard Features
      • Coolant System 
      • Auto Lubrication 
      • One Piece Drawbar
      • Halogen Work light 
      • Inverter to control X & Y Feed rate; X & Y Reducing Motor 
      • Elevating Motor (Auto Knee)
      • Turcite B on X & Y Axes 
      • Front & Rear Way Covers 
      • Levelling Pads & Bolts 
      • Toolbox with Tools
      • Operator Manual 
      • 12 Months Warranty 
      Delivery

      Delivery 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

       

      How to use a Turret Mill

      A turret mill with variable speed is a versatile machine tool used for various machining operations, such as milling, drilling, and boring. The variable speed feature allows you to adjust the spindle speed to suit different materials and tooling requirements. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use a turret mill with variable speed:

      1. Safety Precautions

      Before you begin, ensure you're wearing appropriate safety gear, such as safety glasses, hearing protection, and suitable clothing. Familiarize yourself with the machine's emergency stop button, safety interlocks, and the location of the fire extinguisher and first aid kit.

      2. Machine Setup

      Check the machine for any signs of damage, wear, or loose parts. Make sure everything is in good working order. Secure the workpiece and any necessary fixtures to the milling table using clamps or a vise. Ensure that the workpiece and any tools are properly aligned with the spindle.

      3. Power On

      Switch on the main power to the machine and ensure the power indicator lights up. Check the emergency stop button to ensure it is in the "off" position. Activate any required safety interlocks or guards.

      4. 

      Variable Speed Control

      Most turret mills with variable speed have a control knob or digital display that allows you to adjust the spindle speed Consult the machine's manual for specific instructions on adjusting the speed range. Typically, you can rotate the knob to increase or decrease the spindle speed.

      5. Tool Selection and Installation

      Select the appropriate cutting tool for your machining operation. Make sure the tool is in good condition. Use the machine's tool change system to install the chosen tool securely into the spindle. Ensure the tool is properly tightened using the drawbar or any tool retention system in place.

      6. Setting Zero Point:

       

      Zero out the workpiece or tool in relation to the machine's coordinate system. You can use a dial indicator or edge finder for precise zeroing.

       

       

       

      7. Tool Path and Depth of Cut: Program the desired toolpath and depth of cut into the machine's control system. You may use manual controls or CNC programming, depending on the machine's capabilities Ensure that the tool and workpiece are clear of any obstructions or clamps.

      8. Start MillingGradually start the spindle and observe the cutting operation. Make sure the machine operates smoothly and the tool does not chatter or vibrate excessively. If you notice any issues, stop the machine immediately and troubleshoot the problem.

      9. Cutting Speed Adjustment: As you machine different materials or require different cutting speeds, adjust the spindle speed accordingly using the variable speed control.

       

       

      10. End the OperationAfter completing your machining task, turn off the spindle and return the machine to its home position. Remove the workpiece and clean the milling table, removing any chips or debris.

      11. Shut DownTurn off the main power to the machine. Store any tools and accessories properly.

      Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines specific to your turret mill with variable speed to ensure safe and efficient operation.

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