Cnc lathe machines for sale 2000

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Year: 2001

LOCATION: France


Turning length:635.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:270.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide:160.0 mm
Type of CNC:Fanuc 18i

Year: 2015

LOCATION: Poland


Turning length:1050.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:465.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:Siemens 840D

Turning length:1850.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:610.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:SIEMENS 840 D SHOP MILL

Turning length:320.0 mm
Ø above the bed:480.0 mm
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:280.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:FANUC SERIES Oi Mate-TB

Turning length:280.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:220.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:Siemens sinumerik 840C

Year: 1999

LOCATION: Netherlands


Turning length:504.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:300.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:Mazatrol Fusion 640 T

Turning length:1500.0 mm
Ø above the bed:550.0 mm
Length between centers:1500.0 mm
Turning Ø:720.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide:5550.0 mm
Type of CNC:Fanuc 15 T

Turning length:562.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:390.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:Fanuc

Turning length:1018.0 mm
Ø above the bed:520.0 mm
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:540.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:Mazatrol FUSION 640mt

Turning length:555.0 mm
Ø above the bed:200.0 mm
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:240.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:840 C Siemens

Year: 2004

LOCATION: Denmark


Turning length:1060.0 mm
Ø above the bed:660.0 mm
Length between centers:1060.0 mm
Turning Ø:300.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:Mazatrol MT Pro

Year: 2001

LOCATION: Turkey


Turning length:190.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:170.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:Siemens 810 T

Year: 2007

LOCATION: Germany


Turning length:508.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:254.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:Fanuc

Turning length:541.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:380.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:Matrix

Turning length:190.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:270.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:Fanuc

Turning length:900.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:175.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC: -

Turning length:507.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers:618.0 mm
Turning Ø:390.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide:510.0 mm
Type of CNC:MITSUBISHI

Turning length:400.0 mm
Ø above the bed:640.0 mm
Length between centers: -
Turning Ø:340.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide:385.0 mm
Type of CNC:FANUC 32 i

Turning length:320.0 mm
Ø above the bed: -
Length between centers:580.0 mm
Turning Ø:100.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide: -
Type of CNC:SIEMENS 840 D

Year: 1999

LOCATION: Russia


Turning length:180.0 mm
Ø above the bed:0.0 mm
Length between centers:0.0 mm
Turning Ø:16.0 mm
Ø above transversing slide:0.0 mm
Type of CNC:FANUC 16i TB

Presentation of Lathes CNC machines

The lathe CNC machine belongs to the category of machine tools.

Working of a CNC lathe

A lathe machine allows for the removal of material from an initially cylindrical workpiece. The machine works through a combination of workpiece rotation and the movement of the cutting tool.
The workpiece is placed into the chuck and held by jaws. A motor enables the rotation of the mandrel. The cutting tool of the machine is positioned in a tool holder and tightened by screws. The tool holder itself is placed on a tool turret.

The tailstock allows for pointing operations, centring, drilling and boring in the end piece.
Material is removed by the combination of the rotation of the workpiece and the movement of the cutting tool.

The CNC lathe works through an automated system. A program is first set up to determine the parameters of the operation. After the setup, the machine works automatically and allows for the choosing of the cutting tool and its move and deal with the spindle spins.

There are several factors that should be taken into account when purchasing a CNC lathe:
- Number of turrets
- Motorized or not Turrets
- Number of tools on turret
- CNC type

Advantages of a CNC lathe:

A CNC device can work for several tasks that must be accomplished in various areas.
The main advantage of this machine is that it does different tasks all at once thanks to the CNC. The machine is fully automated and just needs to be set up and have the workpiece installed. Then the machine can complete the process without any loading. Furthermore, a CNC lathe is much cheaper than a “classic” lathe in term of labour cost; however, the machine itself is more expensive.

Related subcategories:

Lathes - > 3001 mm - heavy duty lathes
Lathes - facing lathes 
Lathes - horizontal turret lathes 
Lathes - Multispindle automatic lathes
Lathes - Swiss type lathes
Lathes - vertical turret lathes 
Lathes - vertical turret lathes with CNC
Lathes - 0 - 3000 mm

Area of use

The machine is very polyvalent, and can work in many industries including metal cutting, textiles, automotive, aerospace, and more.

With Exapro you can filter searches for your CNC lathe based on:
  • Turning length in mm
  • Turning diameter in mm
  • Diameter above the bed in mm
  • Diameter above transversing slide in mm
  • Length between centres in mm
  • Centre height in mm
You can also narrow down the results by the location of the machine, year of the machine and the machine’s manufacturer.

CNC Lathes manufacturers

In its catalogue, Exapro has some of the most well-known international manufacturers like Doosan CNC lathes, Okuma CNC lathes, DMG CNC lathes, Gildemeister and many more. You can find these used machines for an affordable price in our catalogue. Don't hesitate to check our catalogue for used machines and contact an Exapro agent if you have any questions. It is also possible to sell your used machine(s) with Exapro.

You can check how one of our CNC lathes works, the Okuma LVT300M, here:

Presentation of Lathes CNC machines

The lathe CNC machine belongs to the category of machine tools.

Working of a CNC lathe

A lathe machine allows for the removal of material from an initially cylindrical workpiece. The machine works through a combination of workpiece rotation and the movement of the cutting tool.
The workpiece is placed into the chuck and held by jaws. A motor enables the rotation of the mandrel. The cutting tool of the machine is positioned in a tool holder and tightened by screws. The tool holder itself is placed on a tool turret.

The tailstock allows for pointing operations, centring, drilling and boring in the end piece.
Material is removed by the combination of the rotation of the workpiece and the movement of the cutting tool.

The CNC lathe works through an automated system. A program is first set up to determine the parameters of the operation. After the setup, the machine works automatically and allows for the choosing of the cutting tool and its move and deal with the spindle spins.

There are several factors that should be taken into account when purchasing a CNC lathe:
- Number of turrets
- Motorized or not Turrets
- Number of tools on turret
- CNC type

Advantages of a CNC lathe:

A CNC device can work for several tasks that must be accomplished in various areas.
The main advantage of this machine is that it does different tasks all at once thanks to the CNC. The machine is fully automated and just needs to be set up and have the workpiece installed. Then the machine can complete the process without any loading. Furthermore, a CNC lathe is much cheaper than a “classic” lathe in term of labour cost; however, the machine itself is more expensive.

Related subcategories:

Lathes - > 3001 mm - heavy duty lathes
Lathes - facing lathes 
Lathes - horizontal turret lathes 
Lathes - Multispindle automatic lathes
Lathes - Swiss type lathes
Lathes - vertical turret lathes 
Lathes - vertical turret lathes with CNC
Lathes - 0 - 3000 mm

Area of use

The machine is very polyvalent, and can work in many industries including metal cutting, textiles, automotive, aerospace, and more.

With Exapro you can filter searches for your CNC lathe based on:
  • Turning length in mm
  • Turning diameter in mm
  • Diameter above the bed in mm
  • Diameter above transversing slide in mm
  • Length between centres in mm
  • Centre height in mm
You can also narrow down the results by the location of the machine, year of the machine and the machine’s manufacturer.

CNC Lathes manufacturers

In its catalogue, Exapro has some of the most well-known international manufacturers like Doosan CNC lathes, Okuma CNC lathes, DMG CNC lathes, Gildemeister and many more. You can find these used machines for an affordable price in our catalogue. Don't hesitate to check our catalogue for used machines and contact an Exapro agent if you have any questions. It is also possible to sell your used machine(s) with Exapro.

You can check how one of our CNC lathes works, the Okuma LVT300M, here:

Presentation of Lathes CNC machines

The lathe CNC machine belongs to the category of machine tools.

Working of a CNC lathe

A lathe machine allows for the removal of material from an initially cylindrical workpiece. The machine works through a combination of workpiece rotation and the movement of the cutting tool.
The workpiece is placed into the chuck and held by jaws. A motor enables the rotation of the mandrel. The cutting tool of the machine is positioned in a tool holder and tightened by screws. The tool holder itself is placed on a tool turret.

The tailstock allows for pointing operations, centring, drilling and boring in the end piece.
Material is removed by the combination of the rotation of the workpiece and the movement of the cutting tool.

The CNC lathe works through an automated system. A program is first set up to determine the parameters of the operation. After the setup, the machine works automatically and allows for the choosing of the cutting tool and its move and deal with the spindle spins.

There are several factors that should be taken into account when purchasing a CNC lathe:
- Number of turrets
- Motorized or not Turrets
- Number of tools on turret
- CNC type

Advantages of a CNC lathe:

A CNC device can work for several tasks that must be accomplished in various areas.
The main advantage of this machine is that it does different tasks all at once thanks to the CNC. The machine is fully automated and just needs to be set up and have the workpiece installed. Then the machine can complete the process without any loading. Furthermore, a CNC lathe is much cheaper than a “classic” lathe in term of labour cost; however, the machine itself is more expensive.

Related subcategories:

Lathes - > 3001 mm - heavy duty lathes
Lathes - facing lathes 
Lathes - horizontal turret lathes 
Lathes - Multispindle automatic lathes
Lathes - Swiss type lathes
Lathes - vertical turret lathes 
Lathes - vertical turret lathes with CNC
Lathes - 0 - 3000 mm

Area of use

The machine is very polyvalent, and can work in many industries including metal cutting, textiles, automotive, aerospace, and more.

With Exapro you can filter searches for your CNC lathe based on:
  • Turning length in mm
  • Turning diameter in mm
  • Diameter above the bed in mm
  • Diameter above transversing slide in mm
  • Length between centres in mm
  • Centre height in mm
You can also narrow down the results by the location of the machine, year of the machine and the machine’s manufacturer.

CNC Lathes manufacturers

In its catalogue, Exapro has some of the most well-known international manufacturers like Doosan CNC lathes, Okuma CNC lathes, DMG CNC lathes, Gildemeister and many more. You can find these used machines for an affordable price in our catalogue. Don't hesitate to check our catalogue for used machines and contact an Exapro agent if you have any questions. It is also possible to sell your used machine(s) with Exapro.

You can check how one of our CNC lathes works, the Okuma LVT300M, here: