Haas SL20 2-Axis CNC lathe built in 2002 with Haas CNC control system, hydraulic collet chuck, tool presetter, swarf auger, parts catcher, HAAS Servo 300 mag barfeed and tooling. 8” Chuck, 51mm bore, 533mm turning length. Due in shortly but available for immediate sale. More pictures to follow
Used Lathes for Sale— 25
A One owner 2005 built Haas TL1 with 3 jaw chuck, quick change tool post, tailstock and coolant equipment. The machine has had very little use and runs very well. Specification: CNC/Manual Toolroom Lathe; 16" x 29" (406 x 737 mm) max capacity, 16" (406 mm) swing, 7.5 hp (5.6 kW) vector drive, 2000 rpm, A2-5 spindle, Intuitive Programming System, 1 MB program memory, memory lock keyswitch, 15" colour LCD monitor and USB port. Manual pack, tooling package & CE compliant guarding
A newly rebuilt XYZ Proturn SLX 425 x 1250 with Proturn SLX control, 4 way automatic tool post, new 3 jaw chuck, used 4 jaw chuck, air assisted tailstock & electronic hand wheels with Traking facility. NOTE: This machine has been fully rebuilt by ourselves during October 2017. The machine has had all of its slideways reground with all antifriction Turcite coverings replaced with new and re scraped to suit. Headstock rebuilt with new gears & full bearing set replacement including taper roller spindle bearings. Machine repainted with new graphics to suit, supplied with a 6 month parts & labour warranty. Rebuild completion expected by week of 30th October 2017. Pictured here during build up immediately following regrind. Specification: Swing over bed 480 mm Swing in Gap 700 mm Gap in front of faceplate 175 mm Swing over cross slides 257 mm Cross Slide Travel 230 mm Distance between centres 1250 mm Maximum Cutting Length 1080 mm Spindle bore 80 mm Spindle nose D 1-8 camlock Spindle taper M
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Haas TL-2 tool room manual / CNC lathe with 11” 3 jaw chuck, tailstock, quick change tool post & coolant equipment. Only 400 cutting hours!! Immaculate! YOM September 2015 Specification: SWING DIAMETER Over Front Apron 508 mm Over Cross Slide 279 mm Chuck : 275mm (11”) Max Cutting Diameter 406 mm Max Cutting Length (without work holding) 1219 mm Between Centres 1219 mm X Axis 8 " 203 mm Z Axis 48 " 1219 mm Rapids on X 450 in/min 11.4 m/min Rapids on Z 450 in/min 11.4 m/min Max Thrust X 3894 lb 17 321 N Max Thrust Z 1947 lb 8661 N Max Rating 10 hp 7.5 kW Max Speed 1800 rpm 1800 rpm Max Torque 108 ft-lb @ 355 rpm 146 Nm @ 355 rpm Spindle Nose A2-6 A2-6 Spindle Bore ø 3.00 " 76.2 mm
2 available, one with BF, one without Hardinge Conquest GT (Gang Tool) 27mm capacity high precision CNC lathe fitted C Axis & Driven tooling, Hydra Feed short magazine bar feed. Specification: Control : Fanuc 18 Number of Axes :3 Driven tools & C AXis Cutting Diameter : 299 mm Cutting Length : 264 mm Bar / Bore : 27mm Tool Stations : Platen Style Motor Power : 3.7 kw Spindle Speed : 6000 rpm Fitted with Parts catcher and Multi feed short magazine barfeed and 1 x tooling platen block.
Offered to the market with 7 run hours, this ex college and almost unused Dugard Mini Turn 32 is in as new condition. The machine has gang tooling, 8 station turret, swarf conveyor and a tooling package. Specification Spindle Bore: 32 mm Max Turning length: 165 mm X axis Movement: 280 mm Z axis Movement: 165 mm Max Swing: 55 mm Collet system: TRB32 mm Spindle speed range: 100-6000 rpm Fanuc drive power: 5 hp AC Radid Feed X, Y axes: 18/15 m/min Turret: 8 stations Tool shank: 20 mm square Boring mandrel size (maximum): 25 mm x shank ER 20 mm Rapids in all axes: 18 m / min Maximum weight of the tool: 1800 kg Machine weight: 14,000 kg Dimensions of machine (LxWxH)1950x1450x1600
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United Kingdom | Bristol
Briefly, this Fanuc controlled 1998 built Hardinge Conquest T42 LTC is supplied with driven tools and index-able C-Axis, tailstock and parts catcher. Swing Over Bed: 495mm/19.5" Maximum Turning Diameter: 229mm/9" Distance Between centres: 356mm/14" Bar Diameter: 41mm/1.625" Spindle Speed Range: 50-5000 RPM Rapid Traverse (X,Z): 16 m/min X-Axis Travel: 135mm/5.31" Z-Axis Travel:350mm/13.8" Turret Positions: 12 No of Driven stations 6 Spindle Motor: 10HP Equipped with Driven Tooling (supplied with a tooling package to include driven tool holders) Fanuc 18T Control, tailstock, parts catcher
A very well-maintained Colchester Triumph 2000 ready for a powered demonstration in our Bristol showroom Specification: 15" x 50" GAP BED CENTRE LATHE 2" Spindle Bore 16 Speeds 25 - 2000 rpm Quick change tool post & Holders 3 Jaw Chuck Low Volt Light Coolant Chuck & Splash Guards
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United Kingdom | Bristol
Briefly, a used Hydrafeed Multifeed ML1 short pneumatic barfeed. Bar sizes are 3mm to 80mm x 1000mm length. We have a choice of 2 in stock with build dates from 1996. Both are supplied with cables, bar support stands and pushers. Both are in super condition given their age! We can offer a delivery, off loading and interfacing service if required. Please call us for a quotation. Please note: Both barfeeds are photographed on this listing.
2008 built Hardinge SV 200 2-Axis CNC lathe with Fanuc control, well specified as follows: 3 Jaw power chuck, tailstock, 12-Station block turret, swarf conveyer, parts catcher, Bar Capacity: 2” / 52mm, Chuck Size 8” / 200mm Specification: Spindle Nose: A5-6 Bar Size: 52mm Chuck Size: 8” (200mm) Max Grip Cap: 185mm Max Swing: 457mm Max Machining Dia: 284mm Turning Length: 406mm Motor size: 11KW MAX RPM: 5,000 Revs Machine Weight: 2800Kgs
A Fanuc controlled, twin spindle, driven tools and 2 x C Axis Romi G15SM has become available to the following specification: SPECIFICATIONS: Control GE Fanuc 18iT Main spindle Motor 15HP 8" 3-Jaw Chuck Spindle nose A2-6" Spondle Bore / Bar Size: 52mm / 2” Sub-spindle Motor 7.5HP Swing 415mm 16.54" X travel 180mm 7.08" Z travel 500mm 19.68" B travel 600mm 23.52" Tool size bar 32mm 1.25" Sync C axis on main and sub spindle 12 station live tool turret EQUIPPED WITH: Live tools Parts catcher Part Catcher Multi feed barfeed Chip conveyor Weight 3800 kgs 8,400 lbs. NOTE - Photographed in situ, due in second week of January
XYZ TC 200 VULCAN SLANT BED CNC LATHE WITH SIEMENS 810D CNC CONTROL Build Date 2002 Maximum swing 550mm Maximum swing over carriage 330mm Maximum turning dia. 350mm X axis 220mm Z axis 650mm Spindle nose A2-6 Hydraulic chuck dia. 254mm Spindle bore 62mm Drawtube capacity 52mm Speed range 3500 rpm Spindle motor 27 hp X & Z axis feedrate 0-20m/min Turret dia. 410mm Type VDI 40 No.of Toolholders 12 Turning tool shank diameter 25mm x 25mm Maximum boring bar diameter 40mm Tool travel below centre line 27mm Tailstock quill taper 5 MT Tailstock quill diameter 95mm Tailstock quill travel 125mm Machine dimensions (L x W x H) 3550mm x 2000mm x 1960mm Machine weight 4700 kgs Coolant tank capacity 165 Litres Additional Accessories Included Swarf Conveyor Toolsetter Parts Catcher Coolant Siemens Sinumerik 810D Control 254 mm dia. Hydraulic 3 Jaw Chuck 14 Tools Back Ends as per picture Draw Tube Programming Manuals
2001 built Colchester Combi K2 is equipped with Fanuc 210i TA CNC Control, 3 jaw chuck, Parat toolpost & 4 off toolholders, stationary steady, enclosed guarding, coolant system & lighting. Specifications: Swing over bed: 400mm Swing in gap: 585mm Swing over cross slide: 245mm Distance between centres: 1250mm X axis cross slide travel: 220mm Spindle nose (Camlock): D1-6 Spindle bore: 54mm Spindle motor: 7.5/11kw Spindle speeds (programmable): 6-2500rpm X axis ballscrew, diameter x pitch: 20 x 4mm Z axis ballscrew, diameter x pitch: 32 x 10mm Tailstock quill taper: No.5 MT Tailstock quill travel: 145mm Bedway width (30 degree slant): 405mm Approximate nett weight: 3100kg
This Hardinge Talent 6-45 SV Slant bed CNC Lathe with Fanuc Series Oi-TB Control was built in 2006 and supplied as new in 2007. This machine has no tailstock, a 16C collet adaptor and turret tooling. Very Low spindle hours! Specification: Fanuc 0iTB Control 52 mm spindle bore- 45mm max bar size 16C Collet adaptor 6,000 RPM Spindle 12-Station VDI 30 Turret Max Swing 457mm Available under power in our Bristol showroom. Checkout our range of new cnc lathes and used lathes
We are delighted to be offering this 2011 built Hardinge GS51-M CNC lathe. The machine is configured with Siemens 828D Control with Shopturn, 20C Hardinge collet ready spindle, driven tools & C Axis, automatic in process tool probe, tailstock, parts catcher with parts conveyor, swarf conveyor and through tool coolant. Additionally, the machine has been specified with a spindle chiller and glass scales to ensure a more thermally stable machine, reducing warm up times and human intervention. In excellent condition. Available for a powered demonstration in our Bristol showrooms. Specification: Model Hardinge GS 51 M Spindle Spindle Nose A2-6 20C collet ready Spindle Bore Thru Dia. 62 mm (51mm liner dia) Spindle Centre Height to Floor 1000 mm Spindle Centre Dis. to Front Door 280 mm Draw Bar Clamping Hydraulic Siemens Drive System Spindle Motor Rating 18.5 kW Max. Spindle Speed 5000 rpm Spindle Torque Rating (5min) 151 N-m Live tool spindle speed: 5000RPM Machining Capacity Swing Over Way
A college owned and rarely unused 2013 XYZ ProTURN ELX 1440 manual / CNC centre Lathe in as new condition!! The machine still has its wax protection from the factory present!! Comes complete with 3 Jaw Chuck, work light, tailstock and quick change tool post and is supplied to the following specification: Swing over bed - 350mm Swing over cross slide - 177mm Distance between centres - 1016mm Spindle bore - 40mm Spindle nose - D1-4 Camlock 5 HP spindle Spindle speeds - 60-2,400 rpm ( 12 Speeds ) Tailstock Travel - 127mm Taper - 3MT Diameter - 40mm Bed Width - 180mm Footprint (LxDxH) - 1855mm x 1,100mm x 1450mm Weight - 850 kgs
Rarely available at this size…a 2002 built Ecoca EL760-B Electronic Centre Lathe with Siemens 810D control, fixed and travelling steadies, Capto C6 quick-change tool post 400mm 4 jaw self-centering 4-jaw chuck. Brief Specification: Max size between Centres: 1500mm Swing over bed: 760mm Swing over cross slide: 480mm Spindle bore : 86mm
Used 2011 XYZ Proturn SLX 425 x 1250 with Proturn SLX control, 4 way automatic tool post, new 3 jaw chuck, used 4 jaw chuck, air assisted tailstock & electronic hand wheels with Traking facility. Specification: Swing over bed 480 mm Swing in Gap 700 mm Gap in front of faceplate 175 mm Swing over cross slides 257 mm Cross Slide Travel 230 mm Distance between centres 1250 mm Maximum Cutting Length 1080 mm Spindle bore 80 mm Spindle nose D 1-8 camlock Spindle taper MT7 in bush Spindle motor 7.5 Kw (10hp) Spindle speeds 25-2500 rpm - 3 ranges Tailstock Travel 160 mm Tailstock taper MT5 Tailstock diameter 75 mm Bed Width 370 mm Footprint L x D x H 2600 x 1250 x 1750 mm Weight 3700
Just arrived and very rare on the used market! One used XYZ SLX 555 x 1.75M, in superbly well maintained condition. The machine is ready for powered demonstration in our Bristol showroom. Specification: TRAKing Constant Surface Speed. Verify Solid Model Graphics. 2 Speed Headstock. Rapid Traverse with Joy Stick. 3 Jaw Chuck 315mm. Quick Change Toolpost and 6 Holders. Centres and Bushes. Air Assisted Floating Tailstock, with towing hitch. Interlocked Chuck Guard and Main Guard. Auto Lubrication. Coolant. Worklight Swing over bed: 560 mm Swing in Gap: 935 mm Gap in front of faceplate: 297 mm (max.) Swing over cross slides: 350 mm Cross Slide Travel: 290 mm Distance between centres: 1750 mm Spindle bore 104 mm Spindle nose D 1-11 camlock Spindle taper MT7 in bush Spindle motor 11 Kw (15hp) Spindle speeds 30-1800 rpm – 2 ranges Tailstock Travel 200 mm Tailstock taper MT6 Tailstock diameter 105 mm Bed Width 500 mm Footprint L x D x H 5220 x 2150 x 1950 mm
Delivered to us in very nice condition and well speciifed too, this 2007 built, Seimens 810 controlled Ecoca EL 4610 CNC / Manual lathe is supplied with 3 jaw chuck, steady and quick change tool post and holders. turning diameter 225mm turning length 1.000mm control Siemens 810 D turning diameter over bed 460mm turning dia. over face-slide 258mm x-axis 210mm z-axis 580mm Slide cross 127 / 110mm turning speed range - main spindle 95 - 3.000min revs /-1 power capacity - main spindel 7,5 / 9,3kW spindle nose ASA D1-6" spindle bore 78mm bar material dia. 58mm bed width 300mm taper of center MT 4 tailstock adjustment 127mm dia. of quill 68mm tool taper MultiFix B rapid traverse 5m/min power feed longitudinal 5.000N power feed coss 2.400N total power requirement ca. 15kW
Since lathes are most important and standard precision cutting machines, choosing used lathes by checking on the quality standards from the below list of machines will be a challenging task. We made it more simple and easy to choose, metal turning lathe from the best manufacturers and various sellers aggregated here in one place. With clear specs details, prices and sale end date if it is an industrial auction. You can find the best used lathes for sale right here at this vast and broad selection from the online used market!
Lathes for metalworking
The lathe is the standard metalworking machine used today to produce rotationally symmetric metal workpiece though precise, cutting production processes. There is a wide range of rotational components that can be produced on a lathe machine. This includes components from simple, cylindrical shafts, circular and spherical formed components, to complex structures like gear theeth. Additional devices are required on a lathe when producing uneven forms. Today, universal metal lathes allow for the maximum turning of a workpiece.
The function of a Metal Lathe
On a lathe, the workpiece is clamped in between the lathe spindle and the tailstock. There are advantageous pre-products that already have an approximated level of roundness. Angular or irregularly formed products, like special profiles, tend to have imbalances. These imbalances can lead to imprecise processing or damages to the metal lathe machine. Ideal pre-products that are processed on metal lathes include continuously cast round bars made out of solid material, or round pipes with thick walls. Long workpieces are additionally held up via supports. Once the workpiece is clamped in and spun into rotation, it is guided to the cutting tool via a tool carriage. The chippings are continuously removed by its adjustable feed. The carriage can traversely or longitudinally move towards the rotional axis of the workpiece.
The structure of a machine lathe
The basic requirement of a metal turning lathe is that it needs to stand solidly. This is why it has a cast iron frame. Large lathes and lathe centers need an additional cement foundation. This absorbs the natural oscillations of the machine lathe as well as external vibrations that occur in close promiximity to the machine. The precision of turned components that are produced within a hundreth of a milimeter is directly impacted by these distributing vibrations. An electric motor and a gear box are used to power the lathe's spindle. The rotation speed and the turning of the spindle needs to be adjustable. The more of the lathe's parameters that can be adjusted, the more comprehensive the processing of a component can be. Spindles, supports, carriages and tailstocks are integrated into a monolithic grey cast iron cover. This needs to be particularly good quality, massive and precisely constructed. The disadvantage of a cast component is that it cannot be welded. Bangs, cracks or other damages to the body usually means that the whole machine has to be thrown away. Therefore, metal lathes should be installed in a certain place and then not moved again. Useful accessories for a machine lathe include lighting and an extraction system. Lathes metal also contain CNC control and a cover. Instead of a tailstock, large high-end lathes have two powered spindles. Complete lathe machining centres also having a tool changer. The most common tasks undertaken on a lathe are straight turning, face turning, drilling, reboring and the production of internal and external threads.
Metal Lathe Machine Types (Small lathes, Horisontal, Etc')
Depending on the turning axis, lathes are available either in a vertical or horizontal construction. Vertical lathes are used for processing components with a large cross section; the components are vertically clamped in and turned. They are usually available without an additional chuck. One of the most common types is the horizontal lathe. These are generally called universal lathes. The universal lathe is usually used for training purposes. There is an enormous range of metal lathe machines for sale, available in all sizes. The small metal lathes are used for DIY purposes or by watchmakers. The largest lathes can take up an entire industrial hall. The most commonly used lathes are the mid-sized universal lathes, CNC lathes and automatic lathes.
Working with a Lathe
Workers who want to operate a lathe require a certain level of qualification before they can be authorised to do so. Beginner courses cost over 1,000 Euros at vocational training institutes. This is the recommended basic requirement for freely operating a lathe center. Ideally, lathes are operated by trained cutting machine operators. In addition to training, a high level of experience is also required. Therefore, trained turners (like welding machines) can constantly increase their qualifications with additional certificates. Laymen and unskilled workers would not be able to usefully help during the operation of a lathe machine. The most they could do is clean the lathes (if they are off) and turn the lathes back on. However, the worker needs to be briefed on the lathe's risks and safety measures.
Lathes have a conveyor belt, upon which the workpiece is placed. These conveyor belts are designed in such a way so that the workpiece arrives at the turning station in a specific position. The turning process is then done automatically. Afterwards, the workpiece is guided out and taken from the machine. The loading and unloading process can be undertaken automatically by an industrial robot. If turning is done automatically, it is important to have continuous quality control. The general wearing out of tools can be identified through regular and thorough checks. This prevents the production of waste and the risk of complaints. Just like all cutting machines, lathes have the need to be regularly cleaned. Cooling lubricants and chippings are very adhesive and can form hard crusts. It is necessary to clean the lathe daily and conscientiously.
Types of Metal Lathe
Lathes are machine tools on which operations such as turning, drilling, cutting and sanding can be performed on a rotating workpiece. There are many different kinds of lathe machines available. Here is a selection of those most commonly found on used industrial machinery auction sites. A good example for a type of lathe is the BAILEIGH bench lathe, here is also the specification of this type of machine for you to get a general idea.
- Computer numerical controlled, or CNC Lathes are electronically controlled using a computerised interface. Parts designed by the CAD/CAM process can be uploaded to the CNC Lathe, which will then process the part according to the tool path that has been programmed into it.
- A Chucking Automatic Lathe is, as the name implies, fully automated and capable of high volume manufacture of a wide variety of turned components. These lathes can handle up to 300 mm chucks and many have more than one main spindle.
- The Vertical Turret Lathe is a metalworking lathe with an upended turret containing multiple cutting tools that frees the faceplate to serve as a horizontal rotating table. Essentially, it is a vertical boring mill equipped with a turret.
|Baileigh Bench Lathe - PL-1022VS Specs|
|Spindle Speeds||50-2000 rpm (Variable)|
|Tool Slide Travel||1.89"|
|Range Of Metric Threads||0.4 - 3.4 mm|
|Range Of Inch Threads||8 - 56 T,P.I.|
|Shipping Weight||403 lbs.|
- Center Lathes, also known as metal turning lathes, are used chiefly to turn metal bars into cylindrical shapes, although there is a number of other operations that can be performed on this type of lathes, such as tapered work, drilling, boring, knurling and screwcutting.
- Facing Lathes are used to cut a planar surface, or face, into the workpiece by moving the cutting tool at right angles to the workpiece axis of rotation.
- Vertical Turning Lathes are metal cutting lathes designed for large items with relatively short lengths. Due to the vertical position of the spindle it is easy to mount, align and lock in place such workpieces.
Used Metal Lathes for sale
Lathes are extremely versatile, precision machine tools on which various actions can be carried out, so they are very much in demand in a multitude of manufacturing industries and businesses. Due to this usefulness and popularity used metal lathes for sale are very much sought after. However, if you look for second hand lathes for sale online you are more than likely to find what you need, due to the wide selection of used industrial equipment auctions that have developed in recent years. It's a fact that, though, this important piece of equipment can prove to be expensive, especially when it comes to CNC lathes. Fortunately, there is a solution to this problem in the form of used metal lathes, which are often easy to obtain at significantly lower prices than their brand new counterparts. Additionally, if you see a used lathe for sale you know that the chances are it's been well taken care of, has been built to be durable and robust and will prove to be dependable. If you are looking for a used metal turning lathe for sale then you will find low prices, a wide selection of all types of lathes and complete convenience at used industrial machinery auctions, the number one source for this kind of equipment.
Used Metal Lathes for Sale At Second Hand Market
As we know a lathe is a machine that is used to produce precise parts. These components are generally produced as mechanical components for other machines stress on a lathe machine will impact the precision to which it can process workpieces. The storage areas and guideways start to give way and the static components can lose their angularity. This is usually not caused by age, but the way and regularity in which the lathe is used. This impacts their dimensional accuracy. Therefore, it is recommended to produce a test component on a used metal lathe for sale in order to see clearly what the machine's operational capability is. Used lathes can be easily bought at a bargain price at second hand market. There are numerous service providers that can repair used lathes for sale for a good price in case if a second hand lathe is broken. Buying a used lathe always requires expertise and it is important to undertake a thorough examination of the used lathe before buying. Several used lathes for sale can be found on the TradeMachines.com used industrial machinery market which are aggregated from our partner auction houses and markets. You can buy a used metal lathe on the portal of individual auction houses to which you will be taken from our website in just one click.
Manufacturers of Lathes
Regarding lathes, it is better to buy a good-quality used machine than a bad-quality new machine. In recent times, there have been numerous suppliers of lathe machines from countries where there is no quality certifications. These machines can undertake the require tasks, but if they are particularly cheap, they usually have a very restricted working life. Machines made by German or European manufacturers can be a decade old, and still perform well in the long run. Recommended manufacturers of lathes are HEYLIGENSTAEDT, HARBOR FREIGHT, GILDEMEISTER, DÖRRIES, GRIZZLY, WALDRICH, WEILER and MEUSER.