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STANDARD OTM - CNC Thread Milling Machine

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

Description

High-precision, portable CNC mill machine with a Siemens CNC control system allows for accurate and repeatable machining, such as removing broken studs and repairing damaged threads etc. This machine offers increased efficiency with improved accuracy and repeatability, to quickly complete jobs such as removing broken studs, repairing damaged threads, and more.

Main Features:

  • 3-axis CNC control capability to perform bolt extraction and thread refurbishment in a single set-up
  • High tolerance profile rails produce consistent results
  • All three axes utilize precision ground ball screws which provide precise movement of the mill head

The CNC Thread Milling Machine provides a high level of precision due to its Siemens CNC control system, enabling operators to deliver accurate and consistent results like removing broken studs and repairing threads.

Specifications - OTM-150x150
  • X Axis Stroke - 150mm = 6.0inches
  • Y Axis Stroke - 150mm = 6.0inches
  • Z Axis Stroke - 305mm = 12.0inches
  • Milling Spindle Head Drive Unit - Servo Motor
    • R.P.M - 0-3000
    • Power - 3.1Kw =4.3Hp
  • CNC Control system - Siemens
  • Machine Weight (less base unit) - 220kg
  • Shipping Weight - 320Kg
Specifications - OTM-200x200
  • X Axis Stroke - 203mm = 8.0inches
  • Y Axis Stroke - 203mm = 8.0inches
  • Z Axis Stroke - 508mm = 20.0inches
  • Milling Spindle Head Drive Unit - Servo Motor
    • R.P.M - 0-3000
    • Power - 3.1Kw =4.3Hp
  • CNC Control system - Siemens
  • Machine Weight (less base unit) - 260kg
  • Shipping Weight - 350kg

 

Delivery

This Product is Built On Order Only.

Deliver is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit.

  

How to use a CNC Thread Milling Machine

Using a CNC Thread Milling Machine:

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

  2. Machine Initialization: Power up the CNC Thread Milling Machine and ensure it's properly connected to a power source.

  3. Tool Selection: Choose the correct threading tool for the desired thread type and size, and securely mount it in the machine's spindle.

  4. Workpiece Setup: Securely fix the workpiece in the machine's vise or clamping system, ensuring it's properly aligned and stable.

  5. Work Coordinate Setup: Establish the work coordinates (X, Y, and Z positions) for the CNC machine based on the thread specifications and the workpiece's position.

  6. Tool Height Adjustment: Adjust the tool height to align it with the workpiece's surface and ensure it's at the correct starting point.

  7. Tool Positioning: Move the machine's tool to the starting point of the thread, ensuring it's at a safe distance from the workpiece.

  8. Spindle Speed and Feed Rate: Set the CNC machine's spindle speed and feed rate according to the material being threaded and the thread specifications.

  9. Program Loading: Load the CNC program for the specific thread type and size you want to create.

  10. Toolpath Verification: Simulate the toolpath on the CNC machine to ensure it aligns with the intended thread path without any collisions.

  11. Start Machining: Initiate the CNC milling process, allowing the machine to automatically follow the programmed toolpath to create the threaded feature.

  12. Monitoring and Inspection: Continuously monitor the threading process, checking for any signs of tool wear, deviations from specifications, or unexpected issues.

  13. Adjust as Needed: Make real-time adjustments to the program, toolpath, speed, or feed rate if necessary to maintain precision.

  14. Quality Control: Measure the threaded feature periodically using thread gauges or other appropriate measuring tools to ensure it meets the required specifications.

  15. Completing the Process: Once the thread is machined to the desired depth and quality, stop the CNC machine, remove the workpiece, and inspect the thread for accuracy and finish.

 

Description

High-precision, portable CNC mill machine with a Siemens CNC control system allows for accurate and repeatable machining, such as removing broken studs and repairing damaged threads etc. This machine offers increased efficiency with improved accuracy and repeatability, to quickly complete jobs such as removing broken studs, repairing damaged threads, and more.

Main Features:

  • 3-axis CNC control capability to perform bolt extraction and thread refurbishment in a single set-up
  • High tolerance profile rails produce consistent results
  • All three axes utilize precision ground ball screws which provide precise movement of the mill head

The CNC Thread Milling Machine provides a high level of precision due to its Siemens CNC control system, enabling operators to deliver accurate and consistent results like removing broken studs and repairing threads.

Specifications - OTM-150x150
  • X Axis Stroke - 150mm = 6.0inches
  • Y Axis Stroke - 150mm = 6.0inches
  • Z Axis Stroke - 305mm = 12.0inches
  • Milling Spindle Head Drive Unit - Servo Motor
    • R.P.M - 0-3000
    • Power - 3.1Kw =4.3Hp
  • CNC Control system - Siemens
  • Machine Weight (less base unit) - 220kg
  • Shipping Weight - 320Kg
Specifications - OTM-200x200
  • X Axis Stroke - 203mm = 8.0inches
  • Y Axis Stroke - 203mm = 8.0inches
  • Z Axis Stroke - 508mm = 20.0inches
  • Milling Spindle Head Drive Unit - Servo Motor
    • R.P.M - 0-3000
    • Power - 3.1Kw =4.3Hp
  • CNC Control system - Siemens
  • Machine Weight (less base unit) - 260kg
  • Shipping Weight - 350kg

 

Delivery

This Product is Built On Order Only.

Deliver is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit.

  

How to use a CNC Thread Milling Machine

Using a CNC Thread Milling Machine:

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

  2. Machine Initialization: Power up the CNC Thread Milling Machine and ensure it's properly connected to a power source.

  3. Tool Selection: Choose the correct threading tool for the desired thread type and size, and securely mount it in the machine's spindle.

  4. Workpiece Setup: Securely fix the workpiece in the machine's vise or clamping system, ensuring it's properly aligned and stable.

  5. Work Coordinate Setup: Establish the work coordinates (X, Y, and Z positions) for the CNC machine based on the thread specifications and the workpiece's position.

  6. Tool Height Adjustment: Adjust the tool height to align it with the workpiece's surface and ensure it's at the correct starting point.

  7. Tool Positioning: Move the machine's tool to the starting point of the thread, ensuring it's at a safe distance from the workpiece.

  8. Spindle Speed and Feed Rate: Set the CNC machine's spindle speed and feed rate according to the material being threaded and the thread specifications.

  9. Program Loading: Load the CNC program for the specific thread type and size you want to create.

  10. Toolpath Verification: Simulate the toolpath on the CNC machine to ensure it aligns with the intended thread path without any collisions.

  11. Start Machining: Initiate the CNC milling process, allowing the machine to automatically follow the programmed toolpath to create the threaded feature.

  12. Monitoring and Inspection: Continuously monitor the threading process, checking for any signs of tool wear, deviations from specifications, or unexpected issues.

  13. Adjust as Needed: Make real-time adjustments to the program, toolpath, speed, or feed rate if necessary to maintain precision.

  14. Quality Control: Measure the threaded feature periodically using thread gauges or other appropriate measuring tools to ensure it meets the required specifications.

  15. Completing the Process: Once the thread is machined to the desired depth and quality, stop the CNC machine, remove the workpiece, and inspect the thread for accuracy and finish.

 

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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Description

High-precision, portable CNC mill machine with a Siemens CNC control system allows for accurate and repeatable machining, such as removing broken studs and repairing damaged threads etc. This machine offers increased efficiency with improved accuracy and repeatability, to quickly complete jobs such as removing broken studs, repairing damaged threads, and more.

Main Features:

  • 3-axis CNC control capability to perform bolt extraction and thread refurbishment in a single set-up
  • High tolerance profile rails produce consistent results
  • All three axes utilize precision ground ball screws which provide precise movement of the mill head

The CNC Thread Milling Machine provides a high level of precision due to its Siemens CNC control system, enabling operators to deliver accurate and consistent results like removing broken studs and repairing threads.

Specifications - OTM-150x150
  • X Axis Stroke - 150mm = 6.0inches
  • Y Axis Stroke - 150mm = 6.0inches
  • Z Axis Stroke - 305mm = 12.0inches
  • Milling Spindle Head Drive Unit - Servo Motor
    • R.P.M - 0-3000
    • Power - 3.1Kw =4.3Hp
  • CNC Control system - Siemens
  • Machine Weight (less base unit) - 220kg
  • Shipping Weight - 320Kg
Specifications - OTM-200x200
  • X Axis Stroke - 203mm = 8.0inches
  • Y Axis Stroke - 203mm = 8.0inches
  • Z Axis Stroke - 508mm = 20.0inches
  • Milling Spindle Head Drive Unit - Servo Motor
    • R.P.M - 0-3000
    • Power - 3.1Kw =4.3Hp
  • CNC Control system - Siemens
  • Machine Weight (less base unit) - 260kg
  • Shipping Weight - 350kg

 

Delivery

This Product is Built On Order Only.

Deliver is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit.

  

How to use a CNC Thread Milling Machine

Using a CNC Thread Milling Machine:

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

  2. Machine Initialization: Power up the CNC Thread Milling Machine and ensure it's properly connected to a power source.

  3. Tool Selection: Choose the correct threading tool for the desired thread type and size, and securely mount it in the machine's spindle.

  4. Workpiece Setup: Securely fix the workpiece in the machine's vise or clamping system, ensuring it's properly aligned and stable.

  5. Work Coordinate Setup: Establish the work coordinates (X, Y, and Z positions) for the CNC machine based on the thread specifications and the workpiece's position.

  6. Tool Height Adjustment: Adjust the tool height to align it with the workpiece's surface and ensure it's at the correct starting point.

  7. Tool Positioning: Move the machine's tool to the starting point of the thread, ensuring it's at a safe distance from the workpiece.

  8. Spindle Speed and Feed Rate: Set the CNC machine's spindle speed and feed rate according to the material being threaded and the thread specifications.

  9. Program Loading: Load the CNC program for the specific thread type and size you want to create.

  10. Toolpath Verification: Simulate the toolpath on the CNC machine to ensure it aligns with the intended thread path without any collisions.

  11. Start Machining: Initiate the CNC milling process, allowing the machine to automatically follow the programmed toolpath to create the threaded feature.

  12. Monitoring and Inspection: Continuously monitor the threading process, checking for any signs of tool wear, deviations from specifications, or unexpected issues.

  13. Adjust as Needed: Make real-time adjustments to the program, toolpath, speed, or feed rate if necessary to maintain precision.

  14. Quality Control: Measure the threaded feature periodically using thread gauges or other appropriate measuring tools to ensure it meets the required specifications.

  15. Completing the Process: Once the thread is machined to the desired depth and quality, stop the CNC machine, remove the workpiece, and inspect the thread for accuracy and finish.

 

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*