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STANDARD OJL-Series Onsite Journal Lathe

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

Portable and effective tool, especially suitable for on site resurfacing of large shafts, stub shafts , “O “grooves and bearing journals/seats. This machine is suitable for horizontal and vertical machining, even at any angle, especially for on site machining from top to bottom. This powerful machine has a wide range of capability for reshaping and machining surface contact points to ensure tight fitment and smooth operation. It is made with precision-machined parts and the highest quality materials to ensure consistent and reliable performance in even the toughest environments.

Main Features:

  • Shaft diameter: 50-250mm 
  • Max reach range: 320mm 
The OJL-Series lathe has a lightweight design of only 79kg, making it easy to both move and set up. The lathe can be installed on the end of the shaft with only a few simple drilling and tapping operations. Cutting is made smoother via the adjustable tool head and round tool bits, allowing for fast and accurate tool positioning. The 1.6HP electric motor drives the machine, ensuring safe and reliable auto feed and rotation.

 

Specifications - OJL-50-250
  • Shaft Diameter - 50-250mm = 2.0-10.0inches
  • Maximum Reach Range - 320mm = 12.6inches
  • Max Swing Diameter - 480mm = 19. 0inches
  • Min Swing Diameter - 410mm = 13.0inches
  • Drive Power Unit - Electric, 1150W
  • R.P.M - 0-80
  • Feed Rate - 0-0.5mm/rev
  • Machine Weight  - 79kg
  • Packing - Metal Case
  • Shipping Weight - 135kg
  • Shipping Size - 800x600x500mm 
Specifications - OJL-200-450
  • Shaft Diameter - 200-450mm = 8.0-18.0inches
  • Maximum Reach Range - 500mm = 20.0inches
  • Max Swing Diameter - 660mm = 26. 0inches
  • Min Swing Diameter - 410mm = 13.0inches
  • Drive Power Unit - Electric, 1800W
  • R.P.M - 0-58
  • Feed Rate - 0-0.5mm/rev
  • Machine Weight  - 126kg
  • Shipping Weight - 166kg
Delivery

This Product is Built On Order Only.

Deliver is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit.

  

How to use a Onsite Journal Lathe

Using an Onsite Journal Lathe:

  1. Safety Precautions: Begin by ensuring all safety measures are in place, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).

  2. Select the Right Lathe: Choose the onsite journal lathe suitable for the size and type of workpiece you are working on.

  3. Machine Placement: Position the lathe securely near the workpiece, ensuring it's on a stable surface.

  4. Workpiece Setup: Securely mount and center the workpiece between the lathe's centers or in the chuck, depending on the lathe type.

  5. Tool Selection: Choose the appropriate cutting tool, such as a turning or facing tool, and secure it in the lathe's tool post.

  6. Tool Height Adjustment: Adjust the tool's height to align with the workpiece's centerline, ensuring it's at the correct height for the initial cut.

  7. Spindle Speed and Feed Rate: Set the lathe's spindle speed and feed rate according to the material being machined and the type of cut required.

  8. Initial Cut: Make a light initial cut to verify the tool's alignment and ensure it's cutting as expected.

  9. Start Turning: Gradually feed the tool into the workpiece while maintaining a steady cutting speed. Follow the desired turning or facing path.

  10. Continuous Monitoring: Keep a close eye on the turning process, checking for any signs of tool wear, overheating, or deviations from the desired dimensions.

  11. Adjust as Needed: If necessary, make real-time adjustments to the tool's position, speed, or feed rate to maintain precision.

  12. Measure and Verify: Periodically measure the workpiece's dimensions using appropriate measuring tools to ensure it meets the required specifications.

  13. Complete the Turning: Continue turning until you've achieved the desired dimensions and surface finish on the workpiece.

  14. Power Off and Safety Check: After finishing the turning process, turn off the lathe and disconnect it from the power source. Ensure the machine has come to a complete stop, and perform a safety check to confirm there are no loose components or debris in the work area.

  15. Remove the Workpiece: Carefully remove the workpiece from the lathe, inspect it for quality, and complete any necessary post-machining steps as required.

Description

Portable and effective tool, especially suitable for on site resurfacing of large shafts, stub shafts , “O “grooves and bearing journals/seats. This machine is suitable for horizontal and vertical machining, even at any angle, especially for on site machining from top to bottom. This powerful machine has a wide range of capability for reshaping and machining surface contact points to ensure tight fitment and smooth operation. It is made with precision-machined parts and the highest quality materials to ensure consistent and reliable performance in even the toughest environments.

Main Features:

  • Shaft diameter: 50-250mm 
  • Max reach range: 320mm 
The OJL-Series lathe has a lightweight design of only 79kg, making it easy to both move and set up. The lathe can be installed on the end of the shaft with only a few simple drilling and tapping operations. Cutting is made smoother via the adjustable tool head and round tool bits, allowing for fast and accurate tool positioning. The 1.6HP electric motor drives the machine, ensuring safe and reliable auto feed and rotation.

 

Specifications - OJL-50-250
  • Shaft Diameter - 50-250mm = 2.0-10.0inches
  • Maximum Reach Range - 320mm = 12.6inches
  • Max Swing Diameter - 480mm = 19. 0inches
  • Min Swing Diameter - 410mm = 13.0inches
  • Drive Power Unit - Electric, 1150W
  • R.P.M - 0-80
  • Feed Rate - 0-0.5mm/rev
  • Machine Weight  - 79kg
  • Packing - Metal Case
  • Shipping Weight - 135kg
  • Shipping Size - 800x600x500mm 
Specifications - OJL-200-450
  • Shaft Diameter - 200-450mm = 8.0-18.0inches
  • Maximum Reach Range - 500mm = 20.0inches
  • Max Swing Diameter - 660mm = 26. 0inches
  • Min Swing Diameter - 410mm = 13.0inches
  • Drive Power Unit - Electric, 1800W
  • R.P.M - 0-58
  • Feed Rate - 0-0.5mm/rev
  • Machine Weight  - 126kg
  • Shipping Weight - 166kg
Delivery

This Product is Built On Order Only.

Deliver is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit.

  

How to use a Onsite Journal Lathe

Using an Onsite Journal Lathe:

  1. Safety Precautions: Begin by ensuring all safety measures are in place, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).

  2. Select the Right Lathe: Choose the onsite journal lathe suitable for the size and type of workpiece you are working on.

  3. Machine Placement: Position the lathe securely near the workpiece, ensuring it's on a stable surface.

  4. Workpiece Setup: Securely mount and center the workpiece between the lathe's centers or in the chuck, depending on the lathe type.

  5. Tool Selection: Choose the appropriate cutting tool, such as a turning or facing tool, and secure it in the lathe's tool post.

  6. Tool Height Adjustment: Adjust the tool's height to align with the workpiece's centerline, ensuring it's at the correct height for the initial cut.

  7. Spindle Speed and Feed Rate: Set the lathe's spindle speed and feed rate according to the material being machined and the type of cut required.

  8. Initial Cut: Make a light initial cut to verify the tool's alignment and ensure it's cutting as expected.

  9. Start Turning: Gradually feed the tool into the workpiece while maintaining a steady cutting speed. Follow the desired turning or facing path.

  10. Continuous Monitoring: Keep a close eye on the turning process, checking for any signs of tool wear, overheating, or deviations from the desired dimensions.

  11. Adjust as Needed: If necessary, make real-time adjustments to the tool's position, speed, or feed rate to maintain precision.

  12. Measure and Verify: Periodically measure the workpiece's dimensions using appropriate measuring tools to ensure it meets the required specifications.

  13. Complete the Turning: Continue turning until you've achieved the desired dimensions and surface finish on the workpiece.

  14. Power Off and Safety Check: After finishing the turning process, turn off the lathe and disconnect it from the power source. Ensure the machine has come to a complete stop, and perform a safety check to confirm there are no loose components or debris in the work area.

  15. Remove the Workpiece: Carefully remove the workpiece from the lathe, inspect it for quality, and complete any necessary post-machining steps as required.

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