Exapro is your premier marketplace for high-quality used industrial machinery. We present our selection of cylindrical centerless grinding machines under the Metal Machine Tools category. These machines are professionally maintained, offering an excellent blend of precision, durability, and value.

Our cylindrical centerless grinding machines excel in high-precision grinding of cylindrical parts, ensuring superior surface finish and dimensional accuracy. Ideal for industries such as automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing, these machines are capable of handling various part sizes and materials, making them suitable for diverse production requirements.

Every cylindrical centerless grinding machine goes through a stringent vetting process, ensuring quality and performance. Our machinery is cost-effective, promising significant savings compared to new equipment without compromising efficiency. Renowned brands like Cincinnati, Mikrosa, and Agathon are part of our selection, known for their reliability and advanced technology. Prices range between €20,000 and €150,000, catering to diverse budget scales.

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PARAGON MACHINERY CO., LTD RC 18/B Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year: 2015

Max. length of workpiece 200 mm
Centre height 100 mm
Type of CNC
Max. weight between centers 100 kg
CNC No
Grinding wheel diameter 205 mm

Mikrosa SASL 200x500

Year: 1999

Max. length of workpiece 490 mm
Grinding wheel diameter 500 mm
Grinding wheel bore 305 mm
Type of CNC
Grinding wheel width 500 mm
Grinding wheel speed 125 rpm

Studer S 33 CNC Cylindrical centreless grinding machine Good value

Year: 2003

Max. weight between centers 650 kg
CNC Yes
Grinding wheel diameter 500 mm
Centre height 175 mm
Type of CNC Fanuc
Grinding wheel width 63 mm

Studer S 33 CNC Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year: 2008

Max. length of workpiece 650 mm
Centre height 175 mm
Type of CNC GE FANUC Series 21i-TB
Max. weight between centers 80 kg
CNC Yes
Grinding wheel diameter 500 mm

Kellenberger KEL-VARIA R175 x 1500 Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year: 2005

Max. length of workpiece 1500 mm
Centre height 175 mm
Type of CNC GE FANUC Series 18i-T
Max. weight between centers 150 kg
CNC Yes
Grinding wheel diameter 500 mm


Used TSCHUDIN PL 105 A Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year: 2002

Max. length of workpiece 1000 mm
Centre height 175 mm
Type of CNC GE FANUC Series 18-T
Max. weight between centers 1000 kg
CNC Yes
Grinding wheel diameter 500 mm


PALMARY PC-18S-NC Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year: 2013

Type of CNC
Grinding wheel width 205 mm
Grinding wheel diameter 455 mm
Grinding wheel speed 1260 rpm

Tacchella Elektra 1518 MPC Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year:

Max. length of workpiece 1500 mm
Centre height 180 mm
Type of CNC FAGOR
Max. weight between centers 120 kg
CNC Yes
Grinding wheel diameter 450 mm

STUDER S 21 lean CNC Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year: 1999

Max. length of workpiece 125 mm
Type of CNC
Max. weight between centers 400 kg

GIUSTINA R 150 C Centreless Grinding Machine

Year:

Max. length of workpiece  mm
Centre height  mm
Type of CNC
Max. weight between centers  kg
CNC No
Grinding wheel diameter 610 mm

TSCHUDIN ecoLine 400 Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year: 2004

Max. length of workpiece 250 mm
Type of CNC FANUC 21i-MB
Grinding wheel width 250 mm
CNC Yes
Grinding wheel diameter 400 mm
Grinding wheel speed 8600 rpm

CETOS BUB40 A/ 3000 Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year: 1997

Max. length of workpiece 3000 mm
CNC No
Grinding wheel diameter 400 mm
Centre height 200 mm
Type of CNC

MALCUS MC-50 Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year: 2015

Type of CNC
Grinding wheel speed 1240 rpm

Mikrosa SASL 5 Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year: 2024

Type of CNC
Grinding wheel width 500 mm
Grinding wheel diameter 610 mm


TOS BUC 63C NC 2000 Universal Cylindrical grinder

Year: 2008

Max. length of workpiece 2000 mm
Type of CNC
CNC Yes
Grinding wheel diameter 630 mm

Kellenberger 1000U Advance R Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year: 1989

Max. length of workpiece 1000 mm
Centre height 225 mm
Type of CNC
Max. weight between centers 130 kg
CNC No
Grinding wheel diameter 400 mm

TOS BUB 32/1000 Cylindrical centreless grinding machine

Year: 1988

Max. length of workpiece 1000 mm
Type of CNC
Max. weight between centers 350 kg
Grinding wheel diameter 320 mm


Introduction to Cylindrical Centerless Grinding Machines

Cylindrical centerless grinding machines are essential tools in the metalworking industry, designed for the precision grinding of cylindrical components without the need for centers to hold the workpiece. This grinding method is highly efficient for producing parts with high accuracy and surface finish, making it indispensable in industries such as automotive, aerospace, medical device manufacturing, and general engineering.

Types of Cylindrical Centerless Grinding Machines

Cylindrical centerless grinding machines come in various configurations, each suited to specific grinding needs and production requirements:

  1. Infeed (Plunge) Grinding: This method involves feeding the workpiece into the grinding wheel to grind specific sections without axial movement. It is ideal for parts with complex shapes and varying diameters.

  2. Throughfeed Grinding: In this method, the workpiece is fed continuously through the grinding wheels, making it suitable for grinding long, cylindrical parts with consistent diameters.

  3. Endfeed Grinding: Combines elements of both infeed and throughfeed grinding. The workpiece is axially fed into the grinding wheels, making it ideal for parts with tapered sections.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting a cylindrical centerless grinding machine, several key features and specifications should be considered to ensure it meets production needs:

  • Grinding Capacity: The maximum diameter and length of the workpieces that the machine can handle. This is crucial for ensuring the machine can accommodate the desired part sizes.

  • Wheel Size and Speed: The size and speed of the grinding wheel affect the grinding process's efficiency and quality. Larger wheels are suitable for high-volume production, while variable speed control allows for flexibility in grinding different materials.

  • Automation Level: Depending on production volume, the level of automation (manual, semi-automatic, or fully automatic) impacts efficiency and throughput.

  • Precision and Accuracy: The machine's ability to maintain tight tolerances and achieve high surface finishes, which is essential for high-quality parts.

  • Coolant System: Effective cooling systems are necessary to dissipate heat generated during grinding, preventing thermal damage to the workpiece and grinding wheels.

  • Ease of Setup and Operation: User-friendly controls and features that facilitate quick setup and adjustments can enhance productivity and reduce downtime.

Advantages of Using Cylindrical Centerless Grinding Machines

Investing in high-quality cylindrical centerless grinding machines offers numerous benefits:

  • High Precision and Accuracy: Ensures parts meet exact specifications, which is critical for high-performance applications.

  • Increased Efficiency: Automated and high-speed grinding processes reduce production times and labor costs.

  • Versatility: Capable of handling various part sizes and shapes, catering to diverse manufacturing needs.

  • Improved Surface Finish: Achieves superior surface finishes, reducing the need for additional finishing processes.

  • Reduced Workpiece Handling: The absence of centers and chucks simplifies loading and unloading, enhancing productivity.

Considerations When Buying a Cylindrical Centerless Grinding Machine

To select the right cylindrical centerless grinding machine for your needs, consider the following factors:

  • Production Volume: Determine the volume of parts to be produced to choose a machine with suitable capacity and speed.

  • Part Specifications: Ensure the machine can handle the specific diameters, lengths, and shapes of the parts you need to grind.

  • Precision Requirements: Match the machine’s precision capabilities with your quality standards.

  • Budget: Balance the initial investment with long-term operational costs, including maintenance and consumables.

  • Service and Support: Evaluate the availability of technical support and maintenance services for the machine.

  • Training: Assess the need for operator training to effectively use the machine’s advanced features.

Popular Brands and Pricing

Several reputable brands manufacture cylindrical centerless grinding machines known for their reliability and performance. Here are a few notable ones:

  • Studer: Known for high-precision grinding machines, Studer offers a range of models suitable for various applications. Prices typically range from $100,000 to over $500,000, depending on the model and specifications.

  • Cincinnati: A leading manufacturer of centerless grinding machines, Cincinnati provides robust and efficient solutions. Pricing generally ranges from $80,000 to $450,000.

  • Danobat: Specializes in advanced grinding technology, offering machines with high automation and precision. Prices typically range from $120,000 to over $600,000.

  • TGS (Total Grinding Solutions): Provides a variety of centerless grinding machines with a focus on high performance and affordability. Pricing generally falls between $90,000 and $400,000.

  • Junker: Known for their innovative grinding solutions, Junker machines are used in various high-precision industries. Prices typically range from $150,000 to over $700,000.

Conclusion

Cylindrical centerless grinding machines are essential tools in the metalworking industry for producing high-precision cylindrical parts. With different types such as infeed, throughfeed, and endfeed grinding, selecting the right machine depends on specific production needs and part specifications. Key factors to consider include grinding capacity, wheel size and speed, automation level, precision, coolant system, and ease of operation. Leading brands like Studer, Cincinnati, Danobat, TGS, and Junker offer a range of high-quality cylindrical centerless grinding machines to suit different applications and budgets. By carefully evaluating production volume, part specifications, precision requirements, and budget, businesses can invest in the right cylindrical centerless grinding machine to enhance their manufacturing capabilities and ensure consistent, high-quality part production.