Compact and mobile, ideal for training centers and small batch production
Best selling, entry level lathe ideal for education and workshops, with extended list of standard accessories
Solid precision bench lathe with large center width
Superior bench lathe with modern design with extended features and increased machining capabilities
Feature packed lathe with extra wide bed, ideal for workshops
With extra wide bed, infinitely variable spindle speed and constant cutting speed for series production
Featuring constant cutting speed and extensive package of accessories
With added ergonomics features, constant cutting speed and extensive package of standard equipment
Proven classic with extensive standard equipment and powerful motor
Infinitely variable speed, constant cutting speed and rapid feed on Z and X axis
Featuring a powerful motor, constant cutting speed and infinitely variable spindle speed
Cost effective production lathe with linear tool changer, driven tools and Siemens control
Classic design with extensive standard equipment, including 3 axis read out, and taper turning
High efficiency conventional turning solution with the precision and dynamics of modern CNC machines
Series production lathe featuring extensive features and state of the art Siemens control
Compact CNC Production Lathe with driven tools
Precision lathe with Fagor controller, servo tool changer, and electronic handwheels for conventional operation
Oil field lathe with large spindle bore and dual chuck
Compact design and 4 station turret for large diameter parts turning
A CNC lathe or in other words, Computer Numeric Control lathe is a machine tool that is controlled by a computer. The computer instructs the machine to perform certain operations such as turning, drilling, boring and threading on a workpiece. The CNC ensures for precise and consistent results by using digital control systems to automate the machining process.
CNC lathes are well suited for producing cylindrical parts like shafts and spindles as well as complex shapes that involves multiple machining operations and functions depending on the needs of the industry. They are commonly used in a wide variety of manufacturing and industrial applications to produce parts with efficiency.
No. CNC is a computer numeric controlled technology that is integrated with lathe machine tools to accurately control the lathe using inputs from the computer. A lathe without a CNC would need manual inputs from a human. CNC machine tools are therefore more accurate and increase efficiency.
A person must input programmed instructions into a computer controlled system (CNC) to define the size, shape and position of the required cuts on a workpiece. The CNC lathe machine tool then uses servomotors and other components to move the cutting tool on the workpiece to achieve the desired shape.
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