At Exapro, we offer a diverse selection of used floor type boring machines, essential for large-scale precision machining in industries such as aerospace, shipbuilding, and heavy equipment manufacturing. These robust machines are designed for boring large and heavy workpieces with high accuracy and stability. Our floor type boring machines range in price from €50,000 for basic models to €400,000 for advanced, high-capacity units from leading brands like Union, Wotan, Soraluce, and PAMA. Each machine features unique specifications such as spindle diameter, travel dimensions, table load capacity, and automation level, ensuring they meet your specific production needs.

When selecting a floor type boring machine, consider key factors like the machine's boring capacity, rigidity, accuracy, and ease of integration with other machining processes. These elements are crucial for achieving high-quality machining, optimizing production efficiency, and handling large workpieces effectively. Investing in our used floor type boring machines not only provides access to top-tier equipment at significantly reduced prices but also supports sustainable practices by extending the lifecycle of durable machinery. Trust in Exapro's commitment to excellent customer service and find the perfect machine to enhance your large-scale machining operations.

Explore Exapro’s listings today to discover reliable floor type boring machines that deliver exceptional performance and value for your precision machining needs.

Collet Engelhardt BFf-85N Floor type boring machine

Year:

X Axis 1300 mm
Z Axis 1000 mm
Table width 900 mm
Y Axis 1000 mm
Table length 1000 mm
Spindle diameter 85 mm

SACEM MS-90 Table type boring machine

Year: 1974

X Axis 1000 mm
Z Axis 711.2 mm
Table width 1200 mm
Y Axis 800 mm
Table length 1000 mm
Spindle diameter 88.9 mm

Skoda W 200 HC Floor type boring machine

Year: 1989

X Axis 11000 mm
Z Axis 1600 mm
Table width 2000 mm
Y Axis 4000 mm
Table length 2000 mm
Piece weight 20000 kg


Union BFP 130/5 Floor type boring machine

Year:

X Axis 8500 mm
Z Axis 500 mm
Table width 2000 mm
Y Axis 2000 mm
Table length 1800 mm
Piece weight 15000 kg

UNION T 125 Floor type boring machine

Year: 1966

X Axis 2500 mm
Z Axis 900 mm
Table width 1480 mm
Y Axis 1400 mm
Table length 1480 mm
Spindle diameter 125 mm


AMC L2500 block line boring machine

Year: 1979

Max. spindle speed 750 rpm
Overhauled no
Spindle motor power 1.5 kW

TOS WHN 9 A Floor type boring machine

Year:

X Axis 1250 mm
Z Axis 1000 mm
Table width 1000 mm
Y Axis 900 mm
Table length 1120 mm
Spindle diameter 90 mm

Union BFP 130/6 Floor type boring machine

Year:

X Axis 350 mm
Z Axis 4200 mm
Table width 2000 mm
Y Axis 2000 mm
Table length 1800 mm
Piece weight 15000 kg

ŠKODA Plzeň W 160 G / NCS Floor type boring machine

Year: 1978

X Axis 8000 mm
Z Axis 1600 mm
Table width 5000 mm
Y Axis 3200 mm
Table length 8000 mm
Spindle motor power 55 kW

GIDDINGS & LEWIS 230-5 Floor type boring machine

Year:

Y Axis 2000 mm
Table width 2812.5 mm
Overhauled no
Table length 812.5 mm
Spindle diameter 75 mm

COLLET BF 200 Floor type boring machine

Year:

X Axis 8000 mm
Z Axis 1650 mm
Spindle motor power 26.09993 kW
Y Axis 3000 mm
Spindle diameter 200 mm
Overhauled no

TOS WD 130 Floor type boring machine

Year:

Table length 4000 mm
Spindle diameter 130 mm
Overhauled no
Table width 3770 mm
Max. spindle speed 900 rpm

Collet & Engelhardt BF 130 - 11 Floor type boring machine

Year: 1973

X Axis 3000 mm
Z Axis 1000 mm
Table width 2400 mm
Y Axis 2000 mm
Table length 3300 mm
Spindle diameter 130 mm

SKODA rotary table E20

Year: 2008

Overhauled no

ŠKODA Plzeň PC W 200 HA Floor type boring machine

Year: 1987

X Axis 4000 mm
Z Axis 1600 mm
Max. spindle speed 630 rpm
Y Axis 3150 mm
Spindle diameter 200 mm
Spindle motor power 77 kW

Škoda W 200 H + N Floor type boring machine

Year: 1983

Spindle diameter 200 mm
Overhauled no
Spindle motor power 77 kW

Alman 1975 Floor type boring machine

Year: 1975

X Axis 2700 mm
Z Axis 2000 mm
Y Axis 2400 mm
Overhauled no

ŠKODA Plzeň W 200 H + NR Floor type boring machine

Year: 1983

X Axis 6000 mm
Z Axis 1500 mm
Table width 3550 mm
Y Axis 3000 mm
Table length 4000 mm
Spindle diameter 200 mm


A Comprehensive Guide to Floor Type Boring Machines

Floor type boring machines are integral to the metalworking industry, particularly for applications that require precise and efficient boring of large and heavy workpieces. These machines are essential in sectors such as aerospace, automotive, heavy equipment manufacturing, and energy, where high precision and large-scale operations are critical. Understanding the features, types, and factors to consider when purchasing floor type boring machines can significantly enhance operational efficiency and product quality. Exapro, a leading online marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a wide range of floor type boring machines, providing businesses with access to high-quality equipment at competitive prices.

Types of Floor Type Boring Machines

Floor type boring machines come in various configurations, each designed to meet specific industrial needs. The primary types include:

Horizontal Floor Type Boring Machines

Horizontal floor type boring machines are designed to bore horizontal holes into large workpieces. These machines are robust and capable of handling heavy and bulky materials.

  • Single-Column Horizontal Boring Machines: These machines feature a single support column, providing stability and precision for medium to large-sized workpieces. They are ideal for applications that require straightforward boring operations.

  • Double-Column Horizontal Boring Machines: With two support columns, these machines offer enhanced stability and can handle even larger and heavier workpieces. They are suitable for complex and demanding boring tasks, providing increased accuracy and load capacity.

Exapro offers a variety of horizontal floor type boring machines, ensuring businesses can find the right equipment for their specific boring needs.

Vertical Floor Type Boring Machines

Vertical floor type boring machines, also known as vertical boring mills, are used to bore vertical holes into large workpieces. These machines are particularly useful for applications that require boring operations on vertically oriented parts.

  • Single-Column Vertical Boring Machines: These machines have a single vertical support column, providing adequate stability for medium-sized workpieces. They are commonly used in the automotive and heavy equipment industries.

  • Double-Column Vertical Boring Machines: Featuring two vertical support columns, these machines offer greater stability and are capable of handling larger workpieces. They are ideal for applications requiring high precision and heavy-duty boring.

Exapro’s inventory includes various vertical floor type boring machines, catering to different industrial applications and production volumes.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting a floor type boring machine, it is crucial to consider specific features and specifications to ensure the machine meets your operational requirements. Key factors include:

Boring Capacity

The boring capacity, including the maximum diameter and depth, is a primary consideration. Floor type boring machines designed for large-scale operations must be capable of maintaining precision and stability over extended distances. Exapro’s listings provide detailed specifications on boring capacity, helping you find a machine that meets your project requirements.

Table Size and Load Capacity

The size of the worktable and its load capacity are critical for handling large and heavy workpieces. Ensure the machine you choose can accommodate the dimensions and weight of your typical workpieces. Exapro offers machines with various table sizes and load capacities, allowing you to select the right model for your needs.

Spindle Speed and Power

The spindle speed and power directly affect the boring efficiency and quality. High-speed spindles allow for faster boring operations, while powerful spindles are essential for cutting through tough materials. Look for machines with adjustable spindle speeds to accommodate different materials and boring conditions.

Automation and Control

Modern floor type boring machines often feature CNC technology, providing precise control, automation, and repeatability. Machines with user-friendly interfaces, programmable settings, and automated functions can significantly enhance productivity and reduce operator fatigue. Exapro’s platform includes a range of CNC-controlled machines, enabling you to choose equipment that offers the right level of automation for your operations.

Durability and Maintenance

The durability of the machine and its maintenance requirements are essential for long-term operational efficiency. Machines constructed from high-quality materials and designed for easy maintenance will have a longer service life and lower operational costs. Additionally, consider the availability of spare parts and technical support. Exapro provides information on the condition and maintenance history of used machines, aiding in informed decision-making.

Leading Brands in Floor Type Boring Machines

Reputable brands and manufacturers are often synonymous with higher quality and better support. Some leading brands in the floor type boring machine market include:

  • Union: Known for their high-precision floor type boring machines, Union offers robust solutions suitable for various industrial applications.

  • PAMA: PAMA’s boring machines are renowned for their durability and advanced technology, making them a popular choice in the heavy machinery and aerospace industries.

  • Toshiba: Toshiba provides a range of high-performance boring machines, known for their reliability and precision in demanding applications.

  • Doosan: Doosan’s floor type boring machines are characterized by their efficiency and versatility, offering reliable performance for large-scale operations.

Exapro features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used Floor Type Boring Machines

The cost of used floor type boring machines varies widely based on factors such as age, condition, brand, and specific features. Generally, prices can range from tens of thousands to several hundred thousand dollars. For example, a used Union horizontal boring machine might be priced around $50,000 to $150,000, while a high-end PAMA vertical boring machine could cost between $200,000 and $500,000. Exapro's marketplace offers a range of pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.

Conclusion

Floor type boring machines are essential tools in the metalworking industry, providing precise, efficient, and reliable solutions for boring large and heavy workpieces. By understanding the different types of machines and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions that align with their production needs. Exapro offers a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, providing detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need a versatile horizontal boring machine, a robust vertical boring machine, or an advanced CNC-controlled model, Exapro’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your metalworking operations.