Introducing the STANDARD TC-630x3000 Heavy Duty Lathe - 2Ton Capacity, your go-to solution for precision machining and heavy-duty turning operations.
Crafted with excellence, this lathe embodies the perfect blend of power, durability, and reliability, making it an ideal choice for professionals in search of a new heavy-duty lathe.
Robust 2-Ton Capacity: Our TC-630x3000 is built to handle substantial workpieces with ease, offering a generous 2-ton capacity. This capability empowers you to tackle even the most demanding turning tasks.
High Precision Machining: Achieve unparalleled precision with this lathe. Its cutting-edge design ensures that every workpiece is crafted to perfection, meeting the highest standards of accuracy and consistency.
Heavy-Duty Construction: Engineered to endure the test of time, the TC-630x3000 is constructed with heavy-duty materials, offering exceptional longevity and reliability. Its sturdy frame and components are designed to withstand the toughest working conditions.
Smooth and Efficient Operation: Equipped with advanced controls and technology, this lathe ensures a smooth and efficient machining process. It minimizes downtime, maximizes productivity, and enhances overall workflow.
Versatility: The TC-630x3000 is adaptable to various turning applications, accommodating a wide range of workpiece sizes and materials. Its versatility makes it a valuable asset for both small and large-scale manufacturing.
User-Friendly Design: With user convenience in mind, this lathe features an intuitive interface and ergonomic controls, making it accessible for both seasoned professionals and those new to heavy-duty machining.
Whether you're in metalworking, aerospace, or any industry requiring precise turning operations, the STANDARD TC-630x3000 Heavy Duty Lathe - 2Ton Capacity is your trusted partner for superior results. Upgrade your workshop with this new heavy-duty lathe, and experience the difference in performance and quality.
Invest in excellence, choose the TC-630x3000, and elevate your machining capabilities today.
Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand)
Delivery 9 -14 Weeks from Deposit
Using a heavy-duty horizontal lathe with a max swing over bed of Ø630mm (24") involves the following steps:
Setup: Install the workpiece on the chuck or between centers and secure it tightly. If necessary, mount any special fixtures or tooling to the bed.
Adjust the cutting tool: Mount the cutting tool in the tool post or turret and adjust its height so that it is in the correct position for the operation. Set the cross slide and carriage to the correct position, and ensure that the cutting tool is properly aligned with the workpiece.
Choose the appropriate speed: Select the appropriate speed for the workpiece and operation. This will depend on the type of material being machined, the size and shape of the workpiece, and the type of cutting tool being used.
Start cutting: Turn on the lathe and begin the cutting operation. Adjust the speed and feed rate as necessary to achieve the desired surface finish and cutting speed.
Monitor the process: Continuously monitor the cutting operation, paying close attention to the sound of the cutting tool and the workpiece. Adjust the speed and feed rate as necessary to ensure that the cutting tool is not overheating, and that the workpiece is not experiencing excessive vibration or deflection.
Finish the cut: Once the cut is complete, turn off the lathe and remove the workpiece. Clean the lathe, including the cutting tool and the bed, to remove any chips or debris.
Inspect the workpiece: Inspect the workpiece to ensure that it meets the desired specifications and that there are no defects or blemishes. Repeat the process as necessary to achieve the desired results.
It is important to follow proper safety procedures when using a heavy-duty horizontal lathe, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment, such as safety glasses and ear protection, and observing all safety warnings and instructions. Additionally, it is advisable to receive proper training and instruction from a qualified instructor before operating a heavy-duty horizontal lathe.
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