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JOHNFORD ST-40G-CF CNC TURNING CENTER



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Dale Granger
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Brand:  

JOHNFORD

Model:   ST-40G-CF
Machine Type:  

CNC TURNING CENTER

Year of Mfg.:   2007
Condition:   Very good condition   
Elect./Voltage:   220 V, 60 Cy, 3 Ph.
Value New:   $ 275,000
Price:   $ 115,000 USD     (Convert)
Financing: $ 2,299 National Capital Leasing
Region:   MID ATLANTIC (Click for Regional Map)
EXF #:   TQ-011057  
Description:   (view full)

JOHNFORD ST-40G-CF Big Bore CNC Turning Center

  Swing over bed 36.22"

  Swing over cross slide 27.55"

  Chuck size  24"

  Bar capacity 12.5"

  Spindle nose A2-20

  Spindle speed 500 RPM

  Spindle motor  50 HP

  Turret stations   12 VDI with live milling

  Live tool motor 7.5 HP

  X-Axis travel 14.56"

  Z-Axis travel  31.49"

  C-Axis indexing 0.001°

  Machine weight 25,300 Lbs

Equipped with:

  Fanuc 0iTC CNC Control

  Tool presetter

  24" SCA type BS-610 4-Jaw chuck on front

  26" Schunk Rota TB-630-310 3-Jaw pneumatic chuck on rear

  12 station VDI turret

  Full C-Axis

  Chip conveyor

  Live tool holders

  Static tool holders

  Machine manuals

 

    Special Note:
    Comment: Under 5,000 hours!
    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.