Standard SLA-125 Slotting Attachment for Turret Mill (125mm Stroke) - STANDARD Direct

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STANDARD SLA-125 Slotting Attachment for Turret Mill

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Description

Standard-SLA125 Slotting Attachment for Turret Mill:

A slotting attachment is an accessory for a turret mill that enables the milling machine to perform internal keyway cutting and other similar operations. It consists of a base that attaches to the milling machine's cross slide and a vertical slide that mounts on the base. The vertical slide has a ram that moves up and down, which is used to hold and feed the cutting tool.

The cutting tool is held in a slotting head that attaches to the end of the ram. The slotting head has a collet or chuck that grips the cutting tool and an adjustable depth stop to control the depth of cut. The slotting head is rotated by the ram to cut the keyway or other feature.

To use a slotting attachment, the workpiece is mounted on the milling machine's table, and the attachment is mounted on the cross slide. The cutting tool is positioned over the workpiece and fed into the material to create the desired feature. The depth of cut is adjusted using the depth stop on the slotting head.

The slotting attachment is a versatile accessory that adds to the capabilities of a turret mill. It allows for the creation of precise internal features and is especially useful for making keyways in shafts and other parts.

Specifications
  • Motorized Slotting attachment for Turret Milling Machine
  • Stroke Length - 125mm = 4.92 inches
  • Number of Strokes - 60~350Per/min
  • Stroke speeds - 6 Steps
  • Taper angle of Flange - 360deg
  • Motor power - 370watts = 0.5hP
  • Dimensions - 450x300x800mm = 17.72 x 11.81 x 31.50 inches
  • Weight - 89Kg = 196.21 pounds
Delivery

Delivery is 8-10weeks from Order


How to use a Slotting Attachment for Turret Mill

Here are the general steps for using a slotting attachment on a turret mill:

  1. Choose the appropriate cutting tool for the operation you want to perform. The cutting tool should have the correct width and shape for the slot or feature you need to create.

  2. Mount the slotting attachment onto the turret of the milling machine. Ensure that it is securely fastened and that the ram and slotting head move smoothly.

  3. Mount the workpiece onto the milling machine table, and align it with the cutting tool. Make sure that the workpiece is securely clamped in place.

  4. Adjust the position of the ram and slotting head so that the cutting tool is aligned with the workpiece. Use the vertical feed handwheel to lower the cutting tool to the starting position.

  5. Turn on the milling machine and adjust the spindle speed and feed rate to the appropriate settings for the material and cutting tool.

  6. Use the longitudinal and cross feed handwheels to move the cutting tool along the desired path. Use the vertical feed handwheel to control the depth of cut.

  7. When the cutting tool has reached the end of the slot or feature, raise it back to the starting position using the vertical feed handwheel.

  8. Turn off the milling machine, remove the workpiece, and inspect the slot or feature for accuracy and quality.

It's important to follow all safety precautions when using a slotting attachment on a milling machine, such as wearing eye protection and keeping loose clothing and long hair away from moving parts. Always refer to the manufacturer's instructions and consult a qualified machinist if you have any questions or concerns.

Description

Standard-SLA125 Slotting Attachment for Turret Mill:

A slotting attachment is an accessory for a turret mill that enables the milling machine to perform internal keyway cutting and other similar operations. It consists of a base that attaches to the milling machine's cross slide and a vertical slide that mounts on the base. The vertical slide has a ram that moves up and down, which is used to hold and feed the cutting tool.

The cutting tool is held in a slotting head that attaches to the end of the ram. The slotting head has a collet or chuck that grips the cutting tool and an adjustable depth stop to control the depth of cut. The slotting head is rotated by the ram to cut the keyway or other feature.

To use a slotting attachment, the workpiece is mounted on the milling machine's table, and the attachment is mounted on the cross slide. The cutting tool is positioned over the workpiece and fed into the material to create the desired feature. The depth of cut is adjusted using the depth stop on the slotting head.

The slotting attachment is a versatile accessory that adds to the capabilities of a turret mill. It allows for the creation of precise internal features and is especially useful for making keyways in shafts and other parts.

Specifications
  • Motorized Slotting attachment for Turret Milling Machine
  • Stroke Length - 125mm = 4.92 inches
  • Number of Strokes - 60~350Per/min
  • Stroke speeds - 6 Steps
  • Taper angle of Flange - 360deg
  • Motor power - 370watts = 0.5hP
  • Dimensions - 450x300x800mm = 17.72 x 11.81 x 31.50 inches
  • Weight - 89Kg = 196.21 pounds
Delivery

Delivery is 8-10weeks from Order

How to use a Slotting Attachment for Turret Mill

Here are the general steps for using a slotting attachment on a turret mill:

  1. Choose the appropriate cutting tool for the operation you want to perform. The cutting tool should have the correct width and shape for the slot or feature you need to create.

  2. Mount the slotting attachment onto the turret of the milling machine. Ensure that it is securely fastened and that the ram and slotting head move smoothly.

  3. Mount the workpiece onto the milling machine table, and align it with the cutting tool. Make sure that the workpiece is securely clamped in place.

  4. Adjust the position of the ram and slotting head so that the cutting tool is aligned with the workpiece. Use the vertical feed handwheel to lower the cutting tool to the starting position.

  5. Turn on the milling machine and adjust the spindle speed and feed rate to the appropriate settings for the material and cutting tool.

  6. Use the longitudinal and cross feed handwheels to move the cutting tool along the desired path. Use the vertical feed handwheel to control the depth of cut.

  7. When the cutting tool has reached the end of the slot or feature, raise it back to the starting position using the vertical feed handwheel.

  8. Turn off the milling machine, remove the workpiece, and inspect the slot or feature for accuracy and quality.

It's important to follow all safety precautions when using a slotting attachment on a milling machine, such as wearing eye protection and keeping loose clothing and long hair away from moving parts. Always refer to the manufacturer's instructions and consult a qualified machinist if you have any questions or concerns.

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