CNC Lathe Machine for metal machining processes

CNC Lathe machine is a computer Numeric controlled turning machine tool for metal machining processes, CNC Lathe includes speed, engine, and turret lathe. The lathe machine works for cylinder, conical exterior, and outside surface. CNC lathe program with 2 axes to speed up the process of a manual lathe. CNC lathe made with high quality with a competitive solution for machining needs. This CNC metal lathe has a high speed, efficiency, and accuracy in technology manufacturing.

CNC Turning machines are capable of a wide variety of shapes, cuts, and details on a rotating work part. It produces precise turned parts with round or cylinder shapes. It includes a headstock, bed, chuck, tailstock, CNC Program, tool turret & spindle feeding. This lathe rotates a workpiece on a spindle to cut away excess material to form the shape. It uses a cutting tool & drill bits with various diameters to produce a symmetrical object. It can use for tapered turning, facing, and boring. The CNC controller works with the drive motor to move the shaft to complete the designed motion.

Lathe is commonly used in metal working & spinning. CNC horizontal lathe machines are designed for a rigid structure to reduces vibrations. Lathe machine operation is simple which can reduce labor & costs. an operator can operate several machines at the same time. CNC automatic lathe can reduce operator errors, and improving yield. CNC lathe axis can control the processing time, costs and reduce the waste material. Micro CNC lathe has become a huge part of the manufacturing industry. If you need a CNC turning center, a mini CNC lathe, or a Diy CNC lathe, please contact us for your CNC turning service.


Standard Accessories

Dead tip - 1 Piece

Tail-stock moving device- 1 set

Cooling System - 1 set

Lubrication system - 1 set

Lighting system - 1 set

Four jaw chuck - 1 pcs

Closed center frame - 1 set

Heel rest - 1 set

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    Cooling system

    6 station tool post with water cooling


      Standard tail stock


        Tail stock
        Spindle Box

        Spindle Box

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          CNC Control System-GST | Fanuc | Simense

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            System Panel

            How It Works?

            Computerized lathe machine

            Lathes are used in woodturning, metalworking, metal spinning, thermal spraying, parts reclamation, and glass-working.

            For metal turning, facing ,milling process

            Stable Quality with high accuracy

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            CNC Lathe Metal Parts Applications

            Metal spinning

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            Metal Parts


            Hard turning

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            FAQ- Frequently asked questions

            CNC machines can produce a diverse range of products from a wide range of materials, including metals, plastics, foam, and wood. As long as a material can be cut, it can be used for manufacturing products on a CNC machine.

            The CNC metal lathes can be used for machining round rods, threads, and outer circles. CNC milling machines can be used to process surfaces, keyways, and other irregular shapes.

            A lathe machine is used for the following operations.

            -key-way cutting
            -Thread cutting
            -Taper turning
            -Gear cutting
            - Milling

            The lathe machine is one of the most important machine tools which is used in the metalworking industry.

            A Lathe works on the principle of rotating the workpiece and a fixed cutting tool.

            The workpiece is held between two rigid and strong supports called a center in a chuck or in a faceplate that revolves. Lathe removes the undesired material from a rotating workpiece in the form of chips with the help of a tool that is transverse across the work and can be fed deep in the work.

            The main function of the lathe is to remove the metal from a job to give it the required shape and size.

            Operated with Computer Numerical Control (CNC) systems and provided with precise design instructions, CNC Lathes are machine tools where the material or part is clamped and rotated by the main spindle, while the cutting tool that work on the material, is mounted and moved in various axis.

            The main difference between a manual lathe and CNC machining is accuracy and time consumption.

            CNC Metal Lathe advantage:

            The accuracy is very high in the case of CNC lathes compared to Normal Machining lathes.

            • The machining in the CNC lathe with a high spindle speed.
            • Fewer machine operators
            • It reduces errors in the manufacturing process and eliminates unnecessary waste.

            Manual lathe advantages:

            • Relatively Affordable
            • Less costly for small production

            The abbreviation CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control. CNC machining is a subtractive process that involves creating custom-shaped designs from a workpiece through computerized controls. The process is subtractive in that the product is manufactured by chipping material off an initial piece instead of adding material to make a product.

            CNC machining can be described as a manufacturing process done by robots. The process has made it possible to increase productivity because the machine can run automatically without the operator’s need to be in attendance continually.

            CNC software are application packages that write G-Code that a CNC machine can read. This software is called Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) or Computer-Aided Design (CAD). This software is responsible for the numerical control of CNC machines. It helps to create designs that the computer program on the CNC machine can interpret.

            The different types of CNC software have specific uses:

            Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD): This is used to create 2D and 3D designs and technical documentation.

            Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM): Allows users to set up work in branches to cater to multiple tasks like workflow, tool paths, and cutting simulations.

            Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE): Are programs used throughout the development process during the pre-processing, analysis, and post-processing stages.


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