STANDARD OK3-300x100 3-axis Keyway Milling Machine - STANDARD Direct

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STANDARD OK3-300x100 3-axis Keyway Milling Machine

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

Our keyway milling machine is a compact and lightweight solution equipped with a magnet. Additionally, it is well-suited for non-weldable flat surfaces and can be efficiently installed or disassembled by one person. This machine is capable of machining small surfaces and keyways and can provide these services in limited spaces. In addition, it helps customers save both time and money.

Main Features:

  • Compact, light design
  • Magnet installation
  • Easy to install and operate
  • Unique tool for repairing maintenance immovable workpiece
Specifications
  • X Axis Stroke - 300mm = 12inches
  • Y Axis Stroke - 100mm = 30-71inches
  • Z Axis Stroke - 80mm = 3inches
  • X/Y/Z Axis Feed Power Unit - Manual Feed
  • Milling Spindle Head Taper - MT3
  • Milling Head Drive Power Unit(standard) - Electric Motor
  • Spindle Head rpm - 0-700
  • Max Cutting Diameter - 80mm = 3inches
  • Drive Power Unit- Pneumatic - Single Phase,110V/230,50/60Hz,1700W
  • Installation Type - Magnet
  • Machine Weight - 125kg
  • Shipping Weight - 145kg
Delivery

This Product is Built On Order Only.

Deliver is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

 

How to use a 3-axis Keyway Milling Machine

Using a 3-Axis Keyway Milling Machine:

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

  2. Tool Selection: Choose the correct cutting tool, such as an end mill or keyway cutter, and securely mount it in the machine's spindle.

  3. Machine Setup: Securely fix the Keyway Milling Machine to the workpiece or the work surface using clamps, bolts, or suitable fixtures.

  4. Power On: Turn on the milling machine and ensure it's properly connected to a power source.

  5. Set Work Coordinates: Establish the work coordinates (X, Y, and Z positions) according to your keyway specifications and workpiece dimensions.

  6. Tool Positioning: Use the machine's control panel to move the tool to the starting point of the keyway, ensuring it's at a safe distance from the workpiece.

  7. Tool Height Adjustment: Adjust the tool height to align it with the centerline of the keyway, ensuring it's at the correct depth for the initial cut.

  8. Set Keyway Dimensions: Configure the machine's settings to match the desired keyway dimensions, including width, depth, and length.

  9. Spindle Speed and Feed Rate: Set the spindle speed and feed rate based on the material being machined and the cutting tool's specifications.

  10. Initial Cut: Make a light initial cut to verify the tool's alignment and ensure it's cutting to the correct dimensions.

  11. Start Milling: Gradually feed the tool into the workpiece while maintaining a consistent cutting speed. Follow the planned keyway path.

  12. Continuous Monitoring: Keep a vigilant eye on the milling process, watching for any signs of tool wear, overheating, or deviations from your keyway specifications.

  13. Adjust as Needed: If necessary, make real-time adjustments to the tool's path, speed, or depth to maintain precision.

  14. Complete the Keyway: Continue milling until you've achieved the required keyway dimensions and length in the workpiece.

  15. Power Off and Safety Check: After completing the milling process, turn off the machine 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 before removing the workpiece.

Description

Our keyway milling machine is a compact and lightweight solution equipped with a magnet. Additionally, it is well-suited for non-weldable flat surfaces and can be efficiently installed or disassembled by one person. This machine is capable of machining small surfaces and keyways and can provide these services in limited spaces. In addition, it helps customers save both time and money.

Main Features:

  • Compact, light design
  • Magnet installation
  • Easy to install and operate
  • Unique tool for repairing maintenance immovable workpiece
Specifications
  • X Axis Stroke - 300mm = 12inches
  • Y Axis Stroke - 100mm = 30-71inches
  • Z Axis Stroke - 80mm = 3inches
  • X/Y/Z Axis Feed Power Unit - Manual Feed
  • Milling Spindle Head Taper - MT3
  • Milling Head Drive Power Unit(standard) - Electric Motor
  • Spindle Head rpm - 0-700
  • Max Cutting Diameter - 80mm = 3inches
  • Drive Power Unit- Pneumatic - Single Phase,110V/230,50/60Hz,1700W
  • Installation Type - Magnet
  • Machine Weight - 125kg
  • Shipping Weight - 145kg
Delivery

This Product is Built On Order Only.

Deliver is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

 

How to use a 3-axis Keyway Milling Machine

Using a 3-Axis Keyway Milling Machine:

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

  2. Tool Selection: Choose the correct cutting tool, such as an end mill or keyway cutter, and securely mount it in the machine's spindle.

  3. Machine Setup: Securely fix the Keyway Milling Machine to the workpiece or the work surface using clamps, bolts, or suitable fixtures.

  4. Power On: Turn on the milling machine and ensure it's properly connected to a power source.

  5. Set Work Coordinates: Establish the work coordinates (X, Y, and Z positions) according to your keyway specifications and workpiece dimensions.

  6. Tool Positioning: Use the machine's control panel to move the tool to the starting point of the keyway, ensuring it's at a safe distance from the workpiece.

  7. Tool Height Adjustment: Adjust the tool height to align it with the centerline of the keyway, ensuring it's at the correct depth for the initial cut.

  8. Set Keyway Dimensions: Configure the machine's settings to match the desired keyway dimensions, including width, depth, and length.

  9. Spindle Speed and Feed Rate: Set the spindle speed and feed rate based on the material being machined and the cutting tool's specifications.

  10. Initial Cut: Make a light initial cut to verify the tool's alignment and ensure it's cutting to the correct dimensions.

  11. Start Milling: Gradually feed the tool into the workpiece while maintaining a consistent cutting speed. Follow the planned keyway path.

  12. Continuous Monitoring: Keep a vigilant eye on the milling process, watching for any signs of tool wear, overheating, or deviations from your keyway specifications.

  13. Adjust as Needed: If necessary, make real-time adjustments to the tool's path, speed, or depth to maintain precision.

  14. Complete the Keyway: Continue milling until you've achieved the required keyway dimensions and length in the workpiece.

  15. Power Off and Safety Check: After completing the milling process, turn off the machine 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 before removing the workpiece.

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