STANDARD TO-1000x3000-320 Oil Country Lathe with Ø320mm Spindle Bore - STANDARD Direct

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STANDARD TO-1000x3000-320 Oil Country Lathe with Ø320mm Spindle Bore

*Excludes Local Taxes*

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

Description

The Oil Country Lathe with Big Spindle Bore is mainly used for turning the internal and external threads including metric and inch thread, as well as having all the common functions of normal engine lathe such as processing the inner bore and end face of shafts and disks, this machinery is equipped with taper guide bar device which enables this series to process taper thread. These machines are widely used in industries including petroleum exploiting, coal and minerals mining, chemical piping and geological prospecting, it is a highly effective machine in processing and repairing drilling pipes, drilling rods, thread coupling etc.  

Main Features:

  • Big spindle bore and double chuck allow clamp and process big diameter pipes.
  • Integral machine bed adopts high strength iron to realize high rigidity and precision.
  • Ultrasonic frequency quenched guide-ways are hard enough for good wear-resistance.
  • Equipped with a taper guide bar device this enables the machine to process taper threads.
Specifications
Description Metric Imperial
Swing Over Bed  1000mm 39.37 in
Swing Over Cross Slide  610mm 24.02 in
Distance Between Centers  1500mm 59.06 in
Pipe Threading Range Ø190-320mm Ø7.48-12.60 in
Width of Bed Way 755mm 29.72 in
Max. Load Capacity  6000kg 13,228lbs
Spindle Bore  Ø330mm Ø12.99 in
Spindle Speed Steps  FWD. 9 steps FWD. 9 steps
Spindle Speed Range  7.5-280rpm 7.5-280rpm
Chuck 4-jaw manual chuck  4-jaw manual chuck
Turret/ tool post  Manual 4 position Manual 4 position
Tool shank size 45x45mm 1.77x1.77 in
X Axis Travel  520mm 20.47 in
Z Axis Travel  2850mm 112.20 in
X Axis Rapid Traverse  1870mm/min 73.62 in/min
Z Axis Rapid Traverse  3740mm/min 147.24 in/min
Tailstock Quill Diameter  Ø160mm 6.30 in
Tailstock Quill Taper  MT6 MT6
Tailstock Quill Travel  300mm 11.81 in
Main Spindle Motor  22kW 29.5 hP
Rapid traverse motor  1.5kW 2.01 hP
Coolant Pump Motor  0.125kW  0.17 hP
Dimensions  6400x2100x1650mm 251.97x82.68x64.96 in
Weight  12900kg 28,443 lbs

 

Standard Accessories
  • Tool post
  • Tailstock
  • Chuck
  • Taper guide bar
  • Lighting lamp
  • Coolant pump
  • Rear support bracket
  • Pad iron
Optional Accessories
  • Digital readout
  • Chuck
  • Faceplate
  • Chasing dial
  • Center rest
  • Signal light
  • Protective cover (lead-screw, chuck, tool post)
  • Grinding attachment

Above accessories represent our standard build, changing Components and customization is possible. Chat with us about these changes.

Delivery

Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

How to use an Oil Country Lathe

Using an Oil Country Lathe with a Big 270mm Spindle Bore typically involves the following steps:

  1. Preparing the workpiece: Before you can start machining, you need to prepare the workpiece by installing it onto the spindle. This may involve using a hydraulic chuck or other clamping mechanism to secure the workpiece in place.

  2. Selecting the cutting tool: Next, you need to choose the appropriate cutting tool for the machining operation you are performing. This may involve selecting a drill bit, end mill, or other cutting tool based on the material you are machining, the shape of the workpiece, and the desired surface finish.

  3. Setting up the machine: Before you start machining, you need to make sure that the machine is properly set up. This may involve adjusting the spindle speed, setting the tool height, and adjusting the feed rate. You should also make sure that the coolant system is turned on and that the proper lubrication is being used.

  4. Starting the machining operation: Once the machine is set up and the workpiece is secured in place, you can start the machining operation. You should monitor the progress of the operation and make any necessary adjustments to the machine settings as needed.

  5. Finishing the machining operation: When the machining operation is complete, you should stop the machine and remove the cutting tool. You may also need to remove the workpiece from the spindle and inspect the finished product to ensure that it meets the desired specifications.

Note that these steps are general guidelines and may vary depending on the specific type of Oil Country Lathe you are using, as well as the type of machining operation you are performing. Before using this type of machine, it is important to familiarize yourself with the manufacturer's instructions and to undergo proper training and certification if necessary.


Description

The Oil Country Lathe with Big Spindle Bore is mainly used for turning the internal and external threads including metric and inch thread, as well as having all the common functions of normal engine lathe such as processing the inner bore and end face of shafts and disks, this machinery is equipped with taper guide bar device which enables this series to process taper thread. These machines are widely used in industries including petroleum exploiting, coal and minerals mining, chemical piping and geological prospecting, it is a highly effective machine in processing and repairing drilling pipes, drilling rods, thread coupling etc.  

Main Features:

  • Big spindle bore and double chuck allow clamp and process big diameter pipes.
  • Integral machine bed adopts high strength iron to realize high rigidity and precision.
  • Ultrasonic frequency quenched guide-ways are hard enough for good wear-resistance.
  • Equipped with a taper guide bar device this enables the machine to process taper threads.
Specifications
Description Metric Imperial
Swing Over Bed  1000mm 39.37 in
Swing Over Cross Slide  610mm 24.02 in
Distance Between Centers  1500mm 59.06 in
Pipe Threading Range Ø190-320mm Ø7.48-12.60 in
Width of Bed Way 755mm 29.72 in
Max. Load Capacity  6000kg 13,228lbs
Spindle Bore  Ø330mm Ø12.99 in
Spindle Speed Steps  FWD. 9 steps FWD. 9 steps
Spindle Speed Range  7.5-280rpm 7.5-280rpm
Chuck 4-jaw manual chuck  4-jaw manual chuck
Turret/ tool post  Manual 4 position Manual 4 position
Tool shank size 45x45mm 1.77x1.77 in
X Axis Travel  520mm 20.47 in
Z Axis Travel  2850mm 112.20 in
X Axis Rapid Traverse  1870mm/min 73.62 in/min
Z Axis Rapid Traverse  3740mm/min 147.24 in/min
Tailstock Quill Diameter  Ø160mm 6.30 in
Tailstock Quill Taper  MT6 MT6
Tailstock Quill Travel  300mm 11.81 in
Main Spindle Motor  22kW 29.5 hP
Rapid traverse motor  1.5kW 2.01 hP
Coolant Pump Motor  0.125kW  0.17 hP
Dimensions  6400x2100x1650mm 251.97x82.68x64.96 in
Weight  12900kg 28,443 lbs

 

Standard Accessories
  • Tool post
  • Tailstock
  • Chuck
  • Taper guide bar
  • Lighting lamp
  • Coolant pump
  • Rear support bracket
  • Pad iron
Optional Accessories
  • Digital readout
  • Chuck
  • Faceplate
  • Chasing dial
  • Center rest
  • Signal light
  • Protective cover (lead-screw, chuck, tool post)
  • Grinding attachment

Above accessories represent our standard build, changing Components and customization is possible. Chat with us about these changes.

Delivery

Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit

How to use an Oil Country Lathe

Using an Oil Country Lathe with a Big 270mm Spindle Bore typically involves the following steps:

  1. Preparing the workpiece: Before you can start machining, you need to prepare the workpiece by installing it onto the spindle. This may involve using a hydraulic chuck or other clamping mechanism to secure the workpiece in place.

  2. Selecting the cutting tool: Next, you need to choose the appropriate cutting tool for the machining operation you are performing. This may involve selecting a drill bit, end mill, or other cutting tool based on the material you are machining, the shape of the workpiece, and the desired surface finish.

  3. Setting up the machine: Before you start machining, you need to make sure that the machine is properly set up. This may involve adjusting the spindle speed, setting the tool height, and adjusting the feed rate. You should also make sure that the coolant system is turned on and that the proper lubrication is being used.

  4. Starting the machining operation: Once the machine is set up and the workpiece is secured in place, you can start the machining operation. You should monitor the progress of the operation and make any necessary adjustments to the machine settings as needed.

  5. Finishing the machining operation: When the machining operation is complete, you should stop the machine and remove the cutting tool. You may also need to remove the workpiece from the spindle and inspect the finished product to ensure that it meets the desired specifications.

Note that these steps are general guidelines and may vary depending on the specific type of Oil Country Lathe you are using, as well as the type of machining operation you are performing. Before using this type of machine, it is important to familiarize yourself with the manufacturer's instructions and to undergo proper training and certification if necessary.

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