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Bernardo Precision lathe NANOMILL

Bernardo Precision lathe NANOMILL
The NANO-series are versatile models for watchmakers, model-makers, electronic technicians etc. The optionally available conversion sets make it quick and easy to convert the machine into a different model.
338,09 EUR
11.00
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Bernardo Precision lathe NANODRILL

Bernardo Precision lathe NANODRILL

The NANO-series are versatile models for watchmakers, model-makers, electronic technicians etc. The optionally available conversion sets make it quick and easy to convert the machine into a different model.
338,09 EUR
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Bernardo Precision lathe NANOTURN

Bernardo Precision lathe NANOTURN
The NANO-series are versatile models for watchmakers, model-makers, electronic technicians etc. The optionally available conversion sets make it quick and easy to convert the machine into a different model.

362,72 EUR
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Bernardo Hobby 250 table lathe

Bernardo Hobby 250 table lathe
The Hobby 250 is a small and compact table lathe featuring high precision and the possibility of facing, straight turning and thread cutting, making this model ideal for craftsmen and amateurs.

594,25 EUR
23.00
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Bernardo Hobby 300 table turning lathe

Bernardo Hobby 300 table turning lathe.
The table turning lathe Hobby 300 VD is due to the optional price-performance ratio and the large available otional accessories the optimal machine for the hobbyist. A digital readout for the cross slide and top support is included at the standard accessorie.

781,39 EUR
38.00
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Bernardo Proficenter 250 turning center

Bernardo Proficenter 250 turning center.

The mini turning center Proficenter 250 is serially equipped with a milling attachment. Due to the solid construction bids this machine a high smoothness and warrants for precise work.
The application area is at the ambitious model maker.

 

796,72 EUR
40.00
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Milling head ED750FA Holzmann

Holzmann milling head ED750FA. 50-3000U/min. 500W (100%)
820,59 EUR
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Bernardo Super table lathe

Bernardo Hobby 300 Super table lathe
The Hobby 300 Super table lathe features a brushless DC - motor, allowing smooth operation and a consistent spindle drive. The attractive price-benefit ratio makes this model ideal for model-makers and amateurs.

826,34 EUR
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Holzmann ED 750FADQ milling head

Holzmann ED 750FADQ milling head
846,00 EUR
59.00
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Quantum Drehmaschine D 140 x 250 VARIO

Quantum Drehmaschine D 140 x 250 VARIO
  • Präzise Verarbeitung
  • Elektronische, stufenlose Drehzahlregelung mit dynamisch nachregelnder Steuerung, besonders durchzugskräftig bereits ab 120 min-1
  • Gleichstrommotor mit permanenter Drehzahlüberwachung
  • Stark verripptes Prismenbett aus Grauguß, induktiv gehärtet und präzisionsgeschliffen
  • Gehärtete und geschliffene Bettführungsbahnen
  • Garantierte Rundlaufgenauigkeit der Hauptspindel kleiner als 0,015 mm


849,85 EUR
22.00
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Bernardo Hobby 350 VD bench lathe

Bernardo Hobby 350 VD bench lathe
The Hobby 350 VD bench lathe - compared to the Hobby 300 VD - features a 50 mm greater distance between centres, a convenient digital speed display and a slightly more powerful motor.

869,89 EUR
44.00
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Bernardo Hobby 350 VDM table turning lathe

Bernardo Hobby 300 table turning lathe.
The table turning lathe Hobby 300 VD is due to the optional price-performance ratio and the large available otional accessories the optimal machine for the hobbyist. A digital readout for the cross slide and top support is included at the standard accessorie.

975,00 EUR
44.00
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Bernardo Hobby 500 turning lathe 400 V

Bernardo Hobby 500 turning lathe 400 Volt.
The precise turning lathe HOBBY 500 with 6 steps control gear for quick change of the speed. Ideal machine for the ambitious do-it-yourselfer.

1.020,41 EUR
130.00
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Bernardo Profi 300 V turning lathe

Bernardo Profi 300 V turning lathe.

1.035,98 EUR
65.00
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Epple MD 180 - 300 Vario COMPACT LATHE WITH DIGITAL SPEED DISPLAY

Epple MD 180 - 300 Vario COMPACT LATHE WITH DIGITAL SPEED DISPLAY
1.067,65 EUR
60.00
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1.071,49 EUR
130.00
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Optimum D 180 X 300 VARIO Drehmaschine

Optimum D 180 X 300 VARIO Drehmaschine

  • Gehärtete und geschliffene Bettführungsbahnen
  • Gehärtete Spindelnase (DIN 6350)
  • Garantierte Rundlaufgenauigkeit der Spindelnase
    kleiner als 0,009 mm
  • Rundlaufgenauigkeit - Drehfutter kleiner als 0,04 mm
  • Hochpräzise Verarbeitung
  • Mit Längs-, Plan- und Oberschlitten
  • Spanschutz am Oberschlitten
  • Automatischer Längs-/Leitspindelantrieb


1.105,34 EUR
55.00
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Bernardo Profi 400 V table lathe

Bernardo Profi 400 V table lathe
The Profi 400 V table lathe comes complete with a stepless speed adjustment and digital display for convenient readout. The attractive price-to-performance ratio makes this model ideal for model makers and amateurs.
1.118,47 EUR
65.00
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Bernardo Profi 550 W turning lathe 230 Volt

Bernardo Profi 550 W turning lathe 230 Volt.

The precise turning lathe Profi 550 W is produced according to the strict specifications of DIN-standard. The special feature of this machine is the big spindle bore of 26mm.

1.306,41 EUR
120.00
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Bernardo Profi 550 W turning lathe 400 Volt

Bernardo Profi 550 W turning lathe 400 Volt.

The precise turning lathe Profi 550 W is produced according to the strict specifications of DIN-standard. The special feature of this machine is the big spindle bore of 26mm.

1.306,41 EUR
120.00
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A lathe processed workpieces:

are usually metallic and symmetrical in its simplest. However, other forms can be developed with the help of additional components and developments. The peculiarity of the lathe is that the cutting action is performed by the workpiece itself while the cutters or but another tool for processing is securely clamped. Up to the present modern lathes and in particular of the CNC lathe was however a long way.

The history of the lathe.

The exact birth of the lathe is today no longer accurately to write down, but already from the second century before Christ, finds that suggest first workpieces with a lathe processed during this period exist. With these machines, even today wood work piece be edited using a technique that is very similar to that of metal using a lathe. The principle of lathe then the first time was in writing deposited in the year 300 before Christ. De construction was still very simple: someone had to keep the workpiece moving with a cord while someone else held the chisel or other tool to the tool. This technique was further developed in the following centuries: in the eighth century, the workpiece using a fiddle bow drive in motion was brought and held. In the thirteenth century, there was the first rocker lathes, which are also called rocker lathe.


The further development of the lathe

The manual was used in the fifteenth century. A by Leonarda da Vinci could not prevail but developed concept: in this development the workpiece has been linked to a flywheel via running Board in rotation. He took advantage of his lathe but techniques that have been shown already 1480: A lathe with a runner, which to the cutters as well as the possibility to move the workpiece in the longitudinal direction. This lathe has been improved in 1571, Jaques Bessson developed a lathe with automatic feed. Since that time, the lathe developed rapidly. Lathes were used already in the middle of the 17th century in the precision engineering, whose Teile consisted of metal to a large extent. Already from the middle of the 18th century there were lathes, all elements of modern lathes. The first lathe, which was suitable for the mechanical engineering industry, is attributed to the American Sylvanin Brown, it was designed in 1791. in 1798, this development was patented by the American David Wilkinson. The British Henry Maudslay was able to develop it, which is completely made of metal for the first time a lathe. A further step on the way to an automatic lathe was inventing the Scotsman James Nasmyth possible: He developed the first steam-powered lathe.


Of the lathe for the CNC lathe

The next big step took place in the fifties of the twentieth century in the United States: the first numerically controlled lathes were developed at this time, which received orders to the workpiece on paper tape. Through the development of the CNC technology and thus the CNC lathe were completely different ways of workpiece machining possible. These Lathes are used mainly in the industry, because they only require and can be programmed these machines via computer. Since the fifties of the twentieth century the term lathe has prevailed, even if by operators is still often spoken by a lathe.

Including the CNC lathe used

The first lathes were used mainly for making screws. Even in times of the CNC lathe, you can produce these same pieces and edit. Because anyone can edit even today small workpieces using a lathe, which have to be produced in large quantities. The possibilities of processing go from forming over the drilling up to the loop and other forms of processing. So precision parts can now manufactures the, edit materials that are extremely wear resistant and heat resistant. For example, ceramic is editable very precisely. In addition, the CNC offers lathe but the advantage of that so very complicated work pieces can be produced, which differ from standard shapes. To the lathe is extended due to additional technical or electronic components, which very often include automation facilities. Furthermore, a CNC lathe always also offers the multi machine be serving ability. Also, including CAD drawings can be read and programmed directly through a special interface.

Advantages and disadvantages of the CNC lathe

Even if the CNC lathe work much better and thanks to a possible full automation work more productively as a conventional lathe, lathe not only benefits a CNC has. Thus, a machine controlled by a computer is much more expensive than a conventional machine. Here, one must consider the potential cost savings through more efficient production. But not only the cost of the lathe should be considered. The operation of a CNC lathe also means that the operator must have the appropriate qualifications, because the establishment and upgrading of CNC lathe is very high and the operator your mind must go through and complete the process. A compromise between the high cost of a new CNC lathe and its benefits offers a used CNC lathe.