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WEILER E 70 CNC TURNING CENTER



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Dale Granger
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Brand:  

WEILER

Model:   E 70
Machine Type:  

CNC TURNING CENTER

Year of Mfg.:   1998
Condition:   Good Condition   
Elect./Voltage:   280/3/60
Value New:   $ 300,000
Price:   $ 89,500 USD     (Convert)
Financing: $ 1,789 National Capital Leasing
Region:   SOUTHWEST (Click for Regional Map)
EXF #:   TQ-010947  
Description:   (view full)

WEILER E70 CNC Teach & Learn Engine Lathe

  Center distance  118”.

  Height of centers   14”.

  Swing over bed  28”.

  Swing over cross slide  17”.

  Width of bed  19”.

  Travel of cross slide  16”.

  Travel of top slide  5.5”.

  Length of cross slide  33”.

  Width of cross slide     10”.

  Spindle hole  4”.

  Main motor 32 HP  continuous / 44 HP 30-minute rating.

  Speed range  1 - 1,800 RPM (Low 1 - 450, High 4 - 1,800 RPM).

  Rapid rate-long/cross  278 IPM / 131 IPM.                                    

  Threading   Inch, Metric, Modular, DP

  Dimensions  160” x 80” x 75”.

  Weight  13,000 Lbs

Equipped with:

  WEILER/SIEMENS T&L CNC control.

  Steady rest   2” capacity.

  ALORIS 4-way quick change tool post.   

  Chuck  15” 4- jaw with 4” bore.

  Chip conveyor.

  Tailstock .

    Special Note:
    Comment:
    Written By: Bill Merrigan  
    *Dimensions:Available from product manager
    *Weight:Please call
    *Dimensions & Weight data are based on 3rd party information and could be incorrect; please verify & confirm if accurate dimensions & weight are required.

    A turning center is a CNC controlled lathe.  Like most lathes, the workpiece is held by a chuck or collet, but the movement is computer controlled to ensure higher accuracy and efficiency.  The ability to program gives turning centers more versaility and efficiency than manual tool room and engine lathes can.  Some turning centers are further augmented with twin or sub spindles and and two turrets so that a workpiece can be machined on multiple faces, providing great savings in terms of setup time and efficiency.  The work that might require multiple machines and extra setups can be done with a single machine tool.