Standard TB-660x3000 | Solid Base Precision Lathe - STANDARD Direct

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STANDARD TB-660x3000 Solid Base Precision Lathe

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Lathes are built on order, delivery is approx 10~14 weeks
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Description

A heavy-duty solid base high-speed precision lathe is a machine tool used for shaping, cutting, and turning metal or other materials. It is designed for high precision and efficiency in the production of complex metal parts. This type of lathe features a solid base construction, which provides stability and minimizes vibrations during the machining process, ensuring high precision and accuracy.

The heavy-duty solid base high-speed precision lathe is equipped with a high-speed spindle, which allows it to cut metal at high speeds. It also has a powerful motor that drives the cutting tool, enabling it to handle heavy loads and tough machining tasks. The machine typically comes with a variety of cutting tools, such as drills, boring bars, and turning tools, to allow for a wide range of machining operations.

This type of lathe also has advanced features, such as digital readouts, automatic feed and rapid traverse, to increase productivity and accuracy. The heavy-duty construction of the machine ensures that it can handle high loads and high speeds, making it ideal for demanding industrial applications.

In conclusion, the heavy-duty solid base high-speed precision lathe is a powerful and precise machine tool that is well-suited for a wide range of metalworking tasks. Its solid base construction, high-speed spindle, and advanced features make it a versatile and valuable tool in any metalworking facility.

Main Features:

  • Triple bearings supporting headstock spindle
  • Adjustable taper roller bearings providing spindle accuracy
  • Precision ''V''-beds & headstock gears are all hardened & ground
  • One piece cast iron base increases rigidity
  • Overload protection on drive motor and coolant system
  • Universal enclosed gearbox incorporating metric & imperial thread capabilities
  • Inching button incorporated on the control panel for convenient spindle speed selection
  • Foot operated spindle brake with safety cut out switch
  • 350mm wide induction hardened heavy duty cast iron bed
  • Removable gap bed allowing work piece to swing up to 785mm
  • Chuck guard fitted with safety micro switch
  • Powered longitudinal and cross feeds
  • Adjustable 4 position length-stop mechanism for accurate repetitive operation
  • Micro adjustable saddle stop
  • Dual calibrated dials incorporating metric & imperial graduations
  • Coolant system with flexible hose enabling operator to manipulate flow direction
  • Oil sight glass for head stock and gearbox
  • Low voltage halogen work light
  • Lubrication pump on saddle oiling slides
  • D1-8 camlock spindle for quick chuck removal

Specifications

  • Swing Over Bed - 660mm = 26 in
  • Swing Over Saddle - 440mm = 17.3 in
  • Swing in Gap - 900mm = 35.4 in
  • Length of Gap - 250mm = 9.8 in
  • Distance Between Centers - 3000mm = 118 in
  • Width of Bed - 400mm = 15.7 in
  • Spindle Bore - 105mm = 4.13 in
  • Spindle Fitting - D1-8
  • Spindle Speeds - 25-1600rpm (16 Steps)
  • Tailstock Taper - MT5
  • Tailstock Quill Travel - 235mm = 9.25 in
  • Longitudinal Feeds - 0.044–1.48mm/rev (25 Feeds) = 0.0017-0.058 in/rev
  • Cross Feeds - 0.022-0.74mm/rev (25 Feeds) = 0.0009-0.029 in/rev
  • Metric Threads - 0.45-120mm (54 Kinds) = 0.0177-4.72 in
  • Imperial Threads - 7/16-80TPI (54 Kinds)
  • Diametrical Threads - 7/8-160D.P. (42 Kinds)
  • Module Threads - 0.25-60M.P. (46 Kinds) 
  • Main Motor - 7.5kW = 10Hp
  • Weight - 4200kg = 9260 lbs
Standard Accessories
  • 3-Jaw Chuck
  • 4-Jaw Chuck
  • Clutch Drive Spindle
  • Motorized Feeds
  • Spindle Brake
  • Light
  • Coolant System
  • Thread Chasing Dial
  • Splash Tray
  • Foot Brake
  • Steadies, Centers, and Sleeves
Delivery

Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand).

Delivery 10-14 Weeks from Deposit

How to use a Heavy duty solid base high speed precision lathe

Using a heavy-duty solid base high-speed precision lathe requires a certain level of training and skill, as well as a good understanding of the machine's capabilities and limitations.

Here are some basic steps to help you get started:

  1. Familiarize yourself with the machine: Before you start using the lathe, take some time to familiarize yourself with its various components and controls. Read the machine's manual and familiarize yourself with the machine's functions and capabilities.

  2. Prepare the workpiece: Clean the workpiece and ensure that it is properly secured to the lathe's chuck or faceplate.

  3. Select the cutting tool: Choose the cutting tool that is appropriate for the task at hand. Make sure that the cutting tool is securely clamped in the tool post.

  4. Set the speed and feed rate: The speed and feed rate determine how quickly and efficiently the cutting tool removes material from the workpiece. Set these values based on the type of material you are working with and the desired outcome.

  5. Start the machine: Turn on the machine and let it come up to speed. Observe the machine carefully to make sure that everything is running smoothly.

  6. Begin machining: With the cutting tool in contact with the workpiece, start the machining process. Make sure to maintain a consistent speed and feed rate, and observe the machine for any signs of vibration or other issues.

  7. Monitor the cutting process: Pay close attention to the cutting process, and make adjustments as necessary to ensure that the workpiece is being machined to your specifications.

  8. Stop the machine: Once the machining process is complete, stop the machine and turn it off. Remove the cutting tool and the workpiece from the machine.

These are just some basic steps to help you get started using a heavy-duty solid base high-speed precision lathe. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines, and seek professional training if you are unsure about how to use the machine.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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Description

A heavy-duty solid base high-speed precision lathe is a machine tool used for shaping, cutting, and turning metal or other materials. It is designed for high precision and efficiency in the production of complex metal parts. This type of lathe features a solid base construction, which provides stability and minimizes vibrations during the machining process, ensuring high precision and accuracy.

The heavy-duty solid base high-speed precision lathe is equipped with a high-speed spindle, which allows it to cut metal at high speeds. It also has a powerful motor that drives the cutting tool, enabling it to handle heavy loads and tough machining tasks. The machine typically comes with a variety of cutting tools, such as drills, boring bars, and turning tools, to allow for a wide range of machining operations.

This type of lathe also has advanced features, such as digital readouts, automatic feed and rapid traverse, to increase productivity and accuracy. The heavy-duty construction of the machine ensures that it can handle high loads and high speeds, making it ideal for demanding industrial applications.

In conclusion, the heavy-duty solid base high-speed precision lathe is a powerful and precise machine tool that is well-suited for a wide range of metalworking tasks. Its solid base construction, high-speed spindle, and advanced features make it a versatile and valuable tool in any metalworking facility.

Main Features:

  • Triple bearings supporting headstock spindle
  • Adjustable taper roller bearings providing spindle accuracy
  • Precision ''V''-beds & headstock gears are all hardened & ground
  • One piece cast iron base increases rigidity
  • Overload protection on drive motor and coolant system
  • Universal enclosed gearbox incorporating metric & imperial thread capabilities
  • Inching button incorporated on the control panel for convenient spindle speed selection
  • Foot operated spindle brake with safety cut out switch
  • 350mm wide induction hardened heavy duty cast iron bed
  • Removable gap bed allowing work piece to swing up to 785mm
  • Chuck guard fitted with safety micro switch
  • Powered longitudinal and cross feeds
  • Adjustable 4 position length-stop mechanism for accurate repetitive operation
  • Micro adjustable saddle stop
  • Dual calibrated dials incorporating metric & imperial graduations
  • Coolant system with flexible hose enabling operator to manipulate flow direction
  • Oil sight glass for head stock and gearbox
  • Low voltage halogen work light
  • Lubrication pump on saddle oiling slides
  • D1-8 camlock spindle for quick chuck removal

Specifications

  • Swing Over Bed - 660mm = 26 in
  • Swing Over Saddle - 440mm = 17.3 in
  • Swing in Gap - 900mm = 35.4 in
  • Length of Gap - 250mm = 9.8 in
  • Distance Between Centers - 3000mm = 118 in
  • Width of Bed - 400mm = 15.7 in
  • Spindle Bore - 105mm = 4.13 in
  • Spindle Fitting - D1-8
  • Spindle Speeds - 25-1600rpm (16 Steps)
  • Tailstock Taper - MT5
  • Tailstock Quill Travel - 235mm = 9.25 in
  • Longitudinal Feeds - 0.044–1.48mm/rev (25 Feeds) = 0.0017-0.058 in/rev
  • Cross Feeds - 0.022-0.74mm/rev (25 Feeds) = 0.0009-0.029 in/rev
  • Metric Threads - 0.45-120mm (54 Kinds) = 0.0177-4.72 in
  • Imperial Threads - 7/16-80TPI (54 Kinds)
  • Diametrical Threads - 7/8-160D.P. (42 Kinds)
  • Module Threads - 0.25-60M.P. (46 Kinds) 
  • Main Motor - 7.5kW = 10Hp
  • Weight - 4200kg = 9260 lbs
Standard Accessories
  • 3-Jaw Chuck
  • 4-Jaw Chuck
  • Clutch Drive Spindle
  • Motorized Feeds
  • Spindle Brake
  • Light
  • Coolant System
  • Thread Chasing Dial
  • Splash Tray
  • Foot Brake
  • Steadies, Centers, and Sleeves
Delivery

Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand).

Delivery 10-14 Weeks from Deposit

How to use a Heavy duty solid base high speed precision lathe

Using a heavy-duty solid base high-speed precision lathe requires a certain level of training and skill, as well as a good understanding of the machine's capabilities and limitations.

Here are some basic steps to help you get started:

  1. Familiarize yourself with the machine: Before you start using the lathe, take some time to familiarize yourself with its various components and controls. Read the machine's manual and familiarize yourself with the machine's functions and capabilities.

  2. Prepare the workpiece: Clean the workpiece and ensure that it is properly secured to the lathe's chuck or faceplate.

  3. Select the cutting tool: Choose the cutting tool that is appropriate for the task at hand. Make sure that the cutting tool is securely clamped in the tool post.

  4. Set the speed and feed rate: The speed and feed rate determine how quickly and efficiently the cutting tool removes material from the workpiece. Set these values based on the type of material you are working with and the desired outcome.

  5. Start the machine: Turn on the machine and let it come up to speed. Observe the machine carefully to make sure that everything is running smoothly.

  6. Begin machining: With the cutting tool in contact with the workpiece, start the machining process. Make sure to maintain a consistent speed and feed rate, and observe the machine for any signs of vibration or other issues.

  7. Monitor the cutting process: Pay close attention to the cutting process, and make adjustments as necessary to ensure that the workpiece is being machined to your specifications.

  8. Stop the machine: Once the machining process is complete, stop the machine and turn it off. Remove the cutting tool and the workpiece from the machine.

These are just some basic steps to help you get started using a heavy-duty solid base high-speed precision lathe. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines, and seek professional training if you are unsure about how to use the machine.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*