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STANDARD TC-1250 Series Horizontal Lathe

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Description

Standard TC-1250 Series Heavy duty horizontal lathes for industrial metal turning applications with with a turning weight of 3000kg Between Centers and a max Swing over bed of Ø1250mm (49")

  • TC-1250x3000 - Ø1250x3000mm B/C (49" x 118" Inch)
  • TC-1250x4000 - Ø1250x4000mm B/C (49" x 157" Inch)
  • TC-1250x5000 - Ø1250x5000mm B/C (49" x 196" Inch)
  • TC-1250x6000 - Ø1250x6000mm B/C (49" x 236" Inch)
  • TC-1250x8000 - Ø1250x8000mm B/C (49" x 315" Inch)
  • TC-1250x10000 - Ø1250x10000mm B/C (49" x 393" Inch)
  • TC-1250x12000 - Ø1250x12000mm B/C (49" x 472" Inch)

A heavy-duty horizontal lathe with a maximum swing over bed of Ø1100mm (43 inches) is a type of metalworking machine tool that is designed to perform large and complex turning operations. This size of lathe is typically used for machining large components, such as turbines, rotors, and other large cylindrical parts.

Such a lathe would typically have a bed length of several meters and a powerful motor to drive the cutting tools at high speeds. It would also have a number of features to ensure precision and accuracy, such as a hydraulic tailstock, a digital readout system, and a quick-change tool post.

In addition to traditional turning operations, these lathes may also be equipped with milling, drilling, and boring capabilities, allowing for a range of operations to be performed on a single machine.

If you are in need of a heavy-duty horizontal lathe for your metalworking operations, I recommend consulting with a specialized dealer or manufacturer to find a machine that meets your specific requirements.

Specifications
Description Metric Imperial
Swing Over Bed 1250mm 49.21in
Swing over carriage Φ920mm 36.22 in
Swing over gap Φ1450mm 57.09 in
Center height 600mm 23.62 in
Length of workpiece 300mm 5000mm
Spindle bore and nose head  Φ105mm;D11 4.13 in
Taper spindle hole φ140mm , MT5 5.51 in
Load Capacity 3000kg 6613.87 lbs
Spindle speed and range  5.4-720r/min; 18kinds  5.4-720r/min; 18kinds 
Longitudinal feed quantities steps and range 64kinds; 0.06-24.3mm/r 0.06-0.96 in/rev
Range1: 1 - 0.1-1.52mm/r  0.004-0.060 in/rev
Range16: 1 - 1.6-24.3mm/r  0.063-0.96 in/rev
Trace feed range through using gear change 0.06-0.912mm/r 0.002-0.036 in/rev
The ratio of transverse feeding and longitudinal feed 1:2 1:2
Rapid move speed of saddle  4000mm/min 157.48 in/min
Machine screw pitch 12mm 0.47 inches
Metric thread types, scope 50kinds, 1-240mm  0.04-9.45 inches
Inch thread types, scope 26kinds; 14-1 t.p.i 26kinds; 14-1 t.p.i
Module thread types, range 53kinds; 0.5-120mm 0.02-4.72 inches
Diametral pitch screw types, scope 24kinds; 28-1 DP 24kinds; 28-1 DP
Cross travel of lower knife rest  500mm 19.69 inches
Cross travel of upper knife rest  200mm 7.87 inches
Sleeve travel 250mm 9.84 inches
Tailstock sleeve taper MT5 MT5
Main motor power  11kW 14.75hP
Rapid move motor power 1.1kW 1.47hP
Coolant pump power  90w 0.12hP


Delivery 

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

Delivery 9 -14 Weeks from Deposit


How to use a Heavy Duty Horizontal Lathe

Using a heavy-duty horizontal lathe with a maximum swing over bed of Ø1100mm (43 inches) requires a certain level of training and experience. However, here are the basic steps for using this type of machine:

  1. Prepare the workpiece: Mount the workpiece securely on the lathe bed and center it under the spindle.

  2. Select the cutting tools: Choose the appropriate cutting tools for the operation you wish to perform and mount them on the tool post.

  3. Adjust the speed: Set the spindle speed to the appropriate RPM for the material and cutting tool being used.

  4. Set the feed rate: Determine the correct feed rate for the operation and adjust the feed dial accordingly.

  5. Start the machine: Turn on the machine and let it come up to speed before starting the cutting operation.

  6. Monitor the operation: Observe the cutting process and make any necessary adjustments to the speed or feed rate.

  7. Finish the operation: Once the machining operation is complete, turn off the machine and remove the finished workpiece.

It is important to follow all safety precautions when using a heavy-duty horizontal lathe, including wearing personal protective equipment, following the manufacturer's operating manual, and ensuring that the machine is properly maintained. If you are not experienced in using this type of machine, I recommend seeking training and guidance from a qualified professional.

Description

Standard TC-1250 Series Heavy duty horizontal lathes for industrial metal turning applications with with a turning weight of 3000kg Between Centers and a max Swing over bed of Ø1250mm (49")

  • TC-1250x3000 - Ø1250x3000mm B/C (49" x 118" Inch)
  • TC-1250x4000 - Ø1250x4000mm B/C (49" x 157" Inch)
  • TC-1250x5000 - Ø1250x5000mm B/C (49" x 196" Inch)
  • TC-1250x6000 - Ø1250x6000mm B/C (49" x 236" Inch)
  • TC-1250x8000 - Ø1250x8000mm B/C (49" x 315" Inch)
  • TC-1250x10000 - Ø1250x10000mm B/C (49" x 393" Inch)
  • TC-1250x12000 - Ø1250x12000mm B/C (49" x 472" Inch)

A heavy-duty horizontal lathe with a maximum swing over bed of Ø1100mm (43 inches) is a type of metalworking machine tool that is designed to perform large and complex turning operations. This size of lathe is typically used for machining large components, such as turbines, rotors, and other large cylindrical parts.

Such a lathe would typically have a bed length of several meters and a powerful motor to drive the cutting tools at high speeds. It would also have a number of features to ensure precision and accuracy, such as a hydraulic tailstock, a digital readout system, and a quick-change tool post.

In addition to traditional turning operations, these lathes may also be equipped with milling, drilling, and boring capabilities, allowing for a range of operations to be performed on a single machine.

If you are in need of a heavy-duty horizontal lathe for your metalworking operations, I recommend consulting with a specialized dealer or manufacturer to find a machine that meets your specific requirements.

Specifications
Description Metric Imperial
Swing Over Bed 1250mm 49.21in
Swing over carriage Φ920mm 36.22 in
Swing over gap Φ1450mm 57.09 in
Center height 600mm 23.62 in
Length of workpiece 300mm 5000mm
Spindle bore and nose head  Φ105mm;D11 4.13 in
Taper spindle hole φ140mm , MT5 5.51 in
Load Capacity 3000kg 6613.87 lbs
Spindle speed and range  5.4-720r/min; 18kinds  5.4-720r/min; 18kinds 
Longitudinal feed quantities steps and range 64kinds; 0.06-24.3mm/r 0.06-0.96 in/rev
Range1: 1 - 0.1-1.52mm/r  0.004-0.060 in/rev
Range16: 1 - 1.6-24.3mm/r  0.063-0.96 in/rev
Trace feed range through using gear change 0.06-0.912mm/r 0.002-0.036 in/rev
The ratio of transverse feeding and longitudinal feed 1:2 1:2
Rapid move speed of saddle  4000mm/min 157.48 in/min
Machine screw pitch 12mm 0.47 inches
Metric thread types, scope 50kinds, 1-240mm  0.04-9.45 inches
Inch thread types, scope 26kinds; 14-1 t.p.i 26kinds; 14-1 t.p.i
Module thread types, range 53kinds; 0.5-120mm 0.02-4.72 inches
Diametral pitch screw types, scope 24kinds; 28-1 DP 24kinds; 28-1 DP
Cross travel of lower knife rest  500mm 19.69 inches
Cross travel of upper knife rest  200mm 7.87 inches
Sleeve travel 250mm 9.84 inches
Tailstock sleeve taper MT5 MT5
Main motor power  11kW 14.75hP
Rapid move motor power 1.1kW 1.47hP
Coolant pump power  90w 0.12hP


Delivery 

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

Delivery 9 -14 Weeks from Deposit

How to use a Heavy Duty Horizontal Lathe

Using a heavy-duty horizontal lathe with a maximum swing over bed of Ø1100mm (43 inches) requires a certain level of training and experience. However, here are the basic steps for using this type of machine:

  1. Prepare the workpiece: Mount the workpiece securely on the lathe bed and center it under the spindle.

  2. Select the cutting tools: Choose the appropriate cutting tools for the operation you wish to perform and mount them on the tool post.

  3. Adjust the speed: Set the spindle speed to the appropriate RPM for the material and cutting tool being used.

  4. Set the feed rate: Determine the correct feed rate for the operation and adjust the feed dial accordingly.

  5. Start the machine: Turn on the machine and let it come up to speed before starting the cutting operation.

  6. Monitor the operation: Observe the cutting process and make any necessary adjustments to the speed or feed rate.

  7. Finish the operation: Once the machining operation is complete, turn off the machine and remove the finished workpiece.

It is important to follow all safety precautions when using a heavy-duty horizontal lathe, including wearing personal protective equipment, following the manufacturer's operating manual, and ensuring that the machine is properly maintained. If you are not experienced in using this type of machine, I recommend seeking training and guidance from a qualified professional.

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