Exapro is your premier marketplace for high-quality used industrial machinery. We present our selection of lathes with a turning length of 0 to 3000 mm under the Metal Machine Tools category. These machines are professionally maintained, offering an excellent blend of precision, versatility, and value.

Our lathes in this range excel in various turning applications, from simple operations to complex machining tasks. They are ideal for industries such as automotive, aerospace, and general manufacturing, where precision and reliability are critical. These lathes can handle a wide range of materials and are suitable for producing parts like shafts, bearings, and bushings.

Every lathe 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 Mazak, Haas, and Doosan are part of our selection, known for their reliability and advanced technology. Prices range between €5,000 and €100,000, catering to diverse budget scales.

For detailed information or to request a quote, reach out to our dedicated team, ready to assist you with your specific needs. At Exapro, we're all about facilitating your business growth through quality and affordability. Trust in Exapro for your industrial machinery needs and boost your productivity today.

FMT Tarnów TUJ630Mx3000 lathe

Year: 2008

Length between centers 2940 mm
Turning Ø 870 mm
Ø above transversing slide 440 mm
Turning length 3000 mm
Ø above the bed 630 mm
Diameter in the gap 90 mm

SCHAUBLIN 150 Swiss type lathe

Year: 1998

Spindle nose
Tailstock no
Overhauled no
Steady no

VDF Boehringer DUE800 lathe

Year: 1990

Length between centers 3000 mm
Ø above transversing slide 515 mm
Spindle nose
Ø above the bed 820 mm
Diameter in the gap 1060 mm
Spindle bore 128 mm

HUICHON 500 x 1500 lathe Low working hours

Year: 1989

Spindle nose
Year of overhauling 2022
Steady no
Overhauled yes
Tailstock yes
Type of chuck 3 jaw

Lathe EST TICINO 420 Hot deal

Year: 1990

Length between centers 2500 mm
Overhauled no
Steady no
Spindle nose
Tailstock no

Harrison M390 lathe

Year: 2004

Length between centers 1250 mm
Turning length 1250 mm
Ø above the bed 400 mm
Center height 195 mm
Turning Ø 390 mm
Ø above transversing slide 246 mm

FAMOT Pleszew TUM - 35D lathe

Year: 1986

Length between centers 1000 mm
Turning Ø 350 mm
Ø above transversing slide 200 mm
Turning length 1000 mm
Ø above the bed 350 mm
Diameter in the gap 36 mm

UZINA ARAD SNA 500 x 1000 lathe

Year: 1980

Length between centers 1000 mm
Turning Ø 740 mm
Ø above transversing slide 260 mm
Turning length 1000 mm
Ø above the bed 500 mm
Diameter in the gap 64 mm

Centre Lathe ZMM - SLIVEN CU 585

Year: 1990

Turning length 2000 mm
Ø above transversing slide 380 mm
Overhauled no
Ø above the bed 580 mm
Spindle nose
Tailstock no

GILDEMEISTER M530 lathe

Year:

Length between centers 2000 mm
Ø above transversing slide 280 mm
Spindle bore 100 mm
Center height 540 mm
Spindle nose
Overhauled no

INTOS S32 lathe

Year: 2003

Ø above the bed 320 mm
Spindle nose
Tailstock no
Ø above transversing slide 190 mm
Overhauled no
Steady no

HARRISON M550 X 2000MM GAP BED CENTRE LATHE

Year: 1997

Length between centers 2000 mm
Turning length 2000 mm
Ø above the bed 554 mm
Center height 280 mm
Turning Ø 554 mm
Ø above transversing slide 370 mm

MICAFIL Winding Lathe Type WBD-5 -100/300

Year: 1960

Ø above the bed 1200 mm
Spindle nose
Tailstock no
Ø above transversing slide 450 mm
Overhauled no
Steady no

Amutio Cazeneuve HB810 x 3000 rebuilt lathe

Year:

Length between centers 3000 mm
Turning length 3000 mm
Ø above transversing slide 500 mm
Center height 400 mm
Ø above the bed 810 mm
Diameter in the gap 1000 mm

Centre Lathe PINACHO S90/200

Year: 2002

Length between centers 1150 mm
Turning length 400 mm
Ø above the bed 400 mm
Center height 200 mm
Turning Ø 400 mm
Ø above transversing slide 370 mm

POREBA TR 115 B2 X 2M lathe

Year: 1995

Turning length 2000 mm
Ø above transversing slide 850 mm
Overhauled no
Ø above the bed 1150 mm
Spindle nose
Tailstock no

VDF BOEHRINGER DUE 500 Center Lathe

Year: 1989

Length between centers 1700 mm
Ø above the bed 500 mm
Spindle nose
Turning length 1500 mm
Ø above transversing slide 285 mm
Spindle bore 62 mm

LACFER CR2-E250x2000 lathe

Year:

Length between centers 2000 mm
Turning length 2000 mm
Ø above the bed 530 mm
Center height 250 mm
Turning Ø 530 mm
Ø above transversing slide 320 mm

VDF BOEHRINGER DUE 800 lathe

Year: 1988

Length between centers 1500 mm
Turning length  mm
Ø above the bed 820 mm
Center height 1000 mm
Turning Ø  mm
Ø above transversing slide 515 mm

Tos SUI-50 Ø 500 x 1500 mm lathe

Year:

Length between centers 1500 mm
Ø above transversing slide 320 mm
Spindle nose
Ø above the bed 500 mm
Diameter in the gap 560 mm
Spindle bore 55 mm


Introduction to Lathes with 0-3000 mm Capacity

Lathes are versatile and essential machine tools in the metalworking industry, used for shaping, cutting, and finishing metal and other materials. Lathes with a capacity of 0-3000 mm are ideal for small to medium-sized workpieces and are widely used in industries such as automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, and maintenance shops. These lathes offer precise control and flexibility, making them suitable for a range of applications from simple turning operations to complex threading and contouring.

Types of Lathes

  1. Engine Lathes

    • Purpose: General-purpose lathes used for a variety of turning operations.
    • Applications: Suitable for small to medium-sized workpieces, including shafts, bushings, and prototypes.
    • Key Features: Manual operation, robust construction, and versatility.
  2. CNC Lathes

    • Purpose: Computer-controlled lathes offering high precision and automation.
    • Applications: High-volume production, complex geometries, and precision parts.
    • Key Features: Programmable control, high accuracy, and consistency.
  3. Toolroom Lathes

    • Purpose: Precision lathes designed for toolmaking and fine work.
    • Applications: Manufacturing of precision tools, gauges, and prototypes.
    • Key Features: High precision, fine adjustments, and smooth operation.
  4. Turret Lathes

    • Purpose: Lathes with a turret that holds multiple tools, allowing for quick tool changes.
    • Applications: Production of small to medium-sized parts in high volumes.
    • Key Features: Increased productivity, multiple tool stations, and versatility.
  5. Bench Lathes

    • Purpose: Compact lathes designed for bench-top use.
    • Applications: Small workpieces, hobbyist projects, and educational purposes.
    • Key Features: Small footprint, easy to use, and suitable for light-duty work.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting a lathe with a capacity of 0-3000 mm, several key features and specifications should be considered to ensure it meets production needs:

  • Swing Over Bed: The maximum diameter of the workpiece that can be rotated over the lathe bed. Typically ranges from 150 mm to 800 mm for this size category.

  • Distance Between Centers: The maximum length of the workpiece that can be mounted between the lathe's centers. Up to 3000 mm for this category.

  • Spindle Speed and Motor Power: Variable speed control and sufficient motor power to handle different materials and cutting conditions.

  • Tool Post and Tool Holders: Versatile tool post designs and compatibility with various tool holders to facilitate different operations.

  • Tailstock and Carriage: Features like adjustable tailstock and smooth-moving carriage for precision and ease of operation.

  • Bed Width and Rigidity: A wide and rigid bed to support stable and accurate machining operations.

  • CNC Controls (for CNC lathes): Advanced control systems for precise programming, automated operations, and integration with other manufacturing processes.

Advantages of Using Lathes

Investing in high-quality lathes offers numerous benefits:

  • Versatility: Capable of performing a wide range of operations, including turning, threading, drilling, and boring.

  • Precision and Accuracy: Ensures high-quality finishes and tight tolerances, essential for precision engineering applications.

  • Efficiency: Automation and advanced controls in CNC lathes increase production rates and reduce manual labor.

  • Durability and Longevity: Built to withstand heavy use, ensuring long-term reliability and performance.

  • Customization and Flexibility: Suitable for custom machining and small to medium batch production.

Considerations When Buying a Lathe

To select the right lathe for your needs, consider the following factors:

  • Application Requirements: Determine the specific tasks and materials to choose a lathe with suitable capacity and features.

  • Production Volume: Choose a lathe with suitable speed and throughput capabilities to match your production volume.

  • 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 tooling.

  • Space and Installation: Consider the space available for installation and any specific requirements for ventilation or utilities.

  • Service and Support: Evaluate the availability of technical support, training programs, and maintenance services to ensure reliable operation.

  • Future Expansion: Assess the machine’s scalability to meet potential increases in production demand.

Popular Brands and Pricing

Several reputable brands manufacture lathes known for their reliability and performance. Here are a few notable ones:

  • Haas Automation: Renowned for high-quality CNC lathes with advanced features. Prices typically range from $20,000 to $150,000, depending on the model and specifications.

  • Mazak: Offers a variety of CNC and manual lathes for different applications. Pricing generally ranges from $30,000 to $200,000.

  • Colchester (Clausing Industrial): Known for durable and versatile engine and toolroom lathes. Prices generally fall between $15,000 and $100,000.

  • Hardinge: Specializes in precision CNC and toolroom lathes. Pricing typically ranges from $25,000 to $180,000.

  • DMG MORI: Provides advanced CNC lathes with high precision and automation. Prices generally range from $40,000 to $250,000.

Conclusion

Lathes with a capacity of 0-3000 mm are essential for various metalworking applications, offering precision, versatility, and efficiency. With different types such as engine lathes, CNC lathes, toolroom lathes, turret lathes, and bench lathes, selecting the right machine depends on specific production needs, material types, and budget. Key factors to consider include swing over bed, distance between centers, spindle speed, tool post, tailstock, bed width, and CNC controls. Leading brands like Haas Automation, Mazak, Colchester, Hardinge, and DMG MORI offer a range of high-quality lathes to suit various applications and budgets. By carefully evaluating application requirements, production volume, precision needs, and budget, businesses can invest in the right lathe to enhance their manufacturing capabilities and ensure consistent, high-quality production.