Lathes - Conventional parallel lathes(104)

The parallel lathe can easily be considered the mother of all machine tools used in the metalworking industry and beyond. The parallel lathe allows you to perform many jobs thanks to the different tools that can be set up on the turret in a very simple way. The parallel lathe is particularly suitable for machining cylindrical and conical surfaces in order to exploit the most of its main feature, namely the revolution motion that acquires the workpiece clamped on the spindle. It is not a particularly suitable machine for mass production as the manual operations for equipping the machine and clamping the workpiece require a great deal of time and work force to be invested. The latest generation of modern parallel lathes are also increasingly equipped with numerical controls, transforming these lathes into real self-learning lathes. Parallel lathes are widely used in the machining of large and heavy workpieces. The workpiece can be clamped to the chuck or, and this is the case with large heavy workpieces, it is clamped between the centers and the weight is redistributed between the chuck and the tailstock with the possible support of supporting means called "steady rests". For further information please read this article published on our blog: "The mother of the machine tools: the lathe".

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Used SAFOP HT 1250 conventional parallel lathe

M1903156760
Under Power
Good
SAFOP
HT 1250
1995
on request
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Used MUM 80 conventional parallel lathe

M1903018578
Visible
Good
MUM
80
1986
on request
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Used Pontiggia PH 800 E conventional parallel lathe

M1903006369
Visible
Good
Pontiggia
PH 800 E
1987
on request
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Used TACCHI HD 1450 conventional parallel lathe

M1903006278
Visible
Good
TACCHI
HD 1450
2003
on request
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Used GIANA 250 x 4000 conventional parallel lathe

M1902978546
Visible
Good
GIANA
250 x 4000
to be verified
on request
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Used Poreba TCG 160 / 10 conventional parallel lathe

M1802922326
Under Power
Good
Poreba
TCG 160 / 10
1995
on request
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Used MERLI CLOVIS 50 550x6000 conventional parallel lathe

M1802901193
Under Power
Excellent
MERLI CLOVIS
50 550x6000
to be verified
on request
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Used SKODA SH 160 conventional parallel lathe

M1802872781
Under Power
Like new
SKODA
SH 160
2017
on request
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Used HEID Dl 1520 conventional parallel lathe

M1802826211
Visible
Good
HEID
Dl 1520
1959
on request
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Used MERLI CLOVIS 50 conventional parallel lathe

M1802820587
In production
Good
MERLI CLOVIS
50
to be verified
on request
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Used SAFOP LEONARD C 550 X 9000 CNC conventional parallel lathe

M1802779886
Visible
Good
SAFOP LEONARD
C 550 X 9000 CNC
1982
on request
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Used SAFOP PF 650 X 6000 conventional parallel lathe

M1802779639
Visible
Good
SAFOP
PF 650 X 6000
to be verified
on request
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Used Leopoldo Pontiggia PH 800 E CNC conventional parallel lathe

M1802778996
Visible
Good
Leopoldo Pontiggia
PH 800 E CNC
1987
on request
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Used MFD Dortmund DIII 85 K CNC conventional parallel lathe

M1802778146
Visible
Good
MFD Dortmund
DIII 85 K CNC
to be verified
on request
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Used DEMOOR Kristian Steinnes conventional parallel lathe

M1802718420
Under Power
Good
DEMOOR
Kristian Steinnes
2011
on request
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Used MERLI CLOVIS 50 conventional parallel lathe

M1802659521
Visible
Good
MERLI CLOVIS
50
2015
on request
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Used BREDA BRL 25 conventional parallel lathe

M1802635551
Under Power
Good
BREDA
BRL 25
1974
on request
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Used MEBOT 300 conventional parallel lathe

M1802605611
Under Power
Good
MEBOT
300
1995
on request
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Used WMW 2000 X 7500 conventional parallel lathe

M1802605212
Under Power
Excellent
WMW
2000 X 7500
to be verified
on request
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Used PBR TM30 conventional parallel lathe

M1802587456
Visible
Good
PBR
TM30
to be verified
on request
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The parallel lathe can easily be considered the mother of all machine tools used in the metalworking industry and beyond. The parallel lathe allows you to perform many jobs thanks to the different tools that can be set up on the turret in a very simple way. The parallel lathe is particularly suitable for machining cylindrical and conical surfaces in order to exploit the most of its main feature, namely the revolution motion that acquires the workpiece clamped on the spindle. It is not a particularly suitable machine for mass production as the manual operations for equipping the machine and clamping the workpiece require a great deal of time and work force to be invested. The latest generation of modern parallel lathes are also increasingly equipped with numerical controls, transforming these lathes into real self-learning lathes. Parallel lathes are widely used in the machining of large and heavy workpieces. The workpiece can be clamped to the chuck or, and this is the case with large heavy workpieces, it is clamped between the centers and the weight is redistributed between the chuck and the tailstock with the possible support of supporting means called "steady rests". For further information please read this article published on our blog: "The mother of the machine tools: the lathe".