Introducing the STANDARD TC-800x4000 Heavy Duty Lathe - 2Ton Capacity:
When precision and power unite, the result is the STANDARD TC-800x4000 Heavy Duty Lathe, a workhorse in the world of metalworking. Crafted to meet the needs of the most demanding machining tasks, this machine boasts a remarkable 2-ton capacity, ensuring it can handle the heaviest of workpieces with ease.
Robust Powerhouse: Engineered for durability and performance, this lathe offers an unparalleled level of sturdiness. Its solid construction ensures stability during heavy-duty operations.
Impressive Capacity: With a 2-ton capacity, this lathe can effortlessly handle large and unwieldy workpieces, making it an ideal choice for industrial applications.
Precision Machining: Equipped with state-of-the-art controls and technology, it provides the precision necessary for intricate and accurate machining tasks.
Versatile Application: Whether you're shaping metal, turning, threading, or facing, the STANDARD TC-800x4000 is your dependable partner for a wide range of applications.
Smooth Operation: Experience smooth and consistent performance with minimal vibration, thanks to its advanced design and engineering.
User-Friendly: Designed with operators in mind, this lathe is easy to set up and operate, reducing downtime and maximizing productivity.
Built to Last: Crafted from high-quality materials and designed for long-term use, the STANDARD TC-800x4000 Heavy Duty Lathe is an investment in your machining future.
Our STANDARD TC-800x4000 Heavy Duty Lathe promises to be the dependable, powerful, and precision-driven solution you need for your most demanding machining projects. Invest in quality and efficiency with this remarkable machine.
Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand)
Delivery 9 -14 Weeks from Deposit
Using a heavy-duty lathe requires careful attention to safety and a good understanding of the machine's controls and operations. A heavy-duty lathe is a powerful and versatile tool used for machining large and heavy workpieces. Here's a general guide on how to use a heavy-duty lathe:
Safety Precautions: Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety glasses, hearing protection, and suitable clothing. Make sure the lathe is properly grounded and in good working condition. Keep the work area clean and well-lit to minimize potential hazards. Be aware of the emergency stop and safety mechanisms on the machine.
Setup: Ensure the lathe is properly anchored to the floor to prevent vibrations and movement. Secure the workpiece in the lathe chuck or between centers using appropriate clamping methods. Set the tool post and tool bit at the correct height and angle for the desired machining operation. Make sure the lathe's speed and feed settings are appropriate for the material and the type of cutting operation you plan to perform.
Power On: Ensure that the lathe is switched off before plugging it into the power source. Once it's plugged in, turn on the lathe, making sure all the controls and switches are in their default positions.
Choosing the Right Speed and Feed: Refer to the lathe's manual or material specifications to determine the correct cutting speed and feed rate for the workpiece material. Adjust the spindle speed to match the recommended speed for the tool and material you are working on.
Operating the Lathe: Engage the feed mechanism and advance the cutting tool into the workpiece with the cross-slide and compound slide handles. Use the longitudinal feed handle to move the tool along the length of the workpiece. Monitor the cutting operation, checking for any signs of chatter, vibration, or tool wear. If you need to remove a significant amount of material, make several passes with lighter cuts to avoid overloading the machine.
Turning Operations: For turning operations, ensure that the tool bit is properly sharpened and ground to the correct angles. Gradually approach the workpiece with the tool bit and maintain a steady cutting speed.
Drilling Operations: For drilling operations, use a suitable drill bit and tailstock center to support the workpiece. Gradually advance the drill into the workpiece while maintaining a consistent cutting speed.
Boring Operations: For boring operations, select the appropriate boring bar and set the lathe to a slow speed. Gradually advance the boring bar into the workpiece while removing material from the inside diameter.
Finishing and Measurements: Use calipers, micrometers, or other measuring tools to check the dimensions of the machined part. Make any necessary adjustments to the tool, speed, or feed to achieve the desired dimensions and surface finish.
Shutdown: Once you've completed the machining operation, disengage the feed mechanism and stop the lathe. Wait for the lathe to come to a complete stop before removing the workpiece and cleaning the machine.
Remember that using a heavy-duty lathe requires practice and experience. Always follow safety guidelines and be cautious when working with such powerful machinery. If you're new to lathe operation, seek training and guidance from experienced operators or professionals.
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