SYIL CNC Lathe Machine: a great turning center for every shop
Starting from $14,500, SYIL is your choice for an affordable CNC lathe!
CNC lathe machines that fit your needs
CNC lathe range includes a series of turn-mill, multi-tasking, multi-process machines, and semi/heavy duty. With advanced software and state of the art technology for unmatched accuracy. Offering machines with full turning and milling power, resulting in the fastest cycle time.
machine use high-strength cast iron bed, optional 8-station servo turrent, standing hydraulic chuck, LNC or Syntec servo digital drive.,spindle control accuracy of 5μ, new bed structure to make the chip removal more smoothly.
Key features of SYIL turning centers
SYIL turning centers offer a wide range of capabilities, including toolroom lathes, big-bore versions, dual-spindle models, live tooling with C-axis, and Y-axis capability.
Our CNC turning centers are amongst the most versatile compact class machines in the world today. All SYIL S Series models are high-performance machining centers that can be set up quickly, are easy to operate, very stable, highly dynamic, and very low-maintenance. The modular structure creates numerous configuration possibilities, allowing for any S Series basic machine to be customized for each customer’s unique needs, helping them to achieve the perfect individual solution.
Affordable CNC lathe
The top benefits of this series are its compact space requirements, the ability to achieve CNC turning at low unit costs, high processing quality, and high speed. These machines are perfect for education at schools and training institutions, and they can even be easily moved between rooms.
Benefits of Our CNC Lathe
Much like the PC-based MACH3/4 or the industry-type controller Syntec 21 series or the LNC 5800, our mini CNC lathe and small CNC lathe use high-precision linear guides made by Hiwin. With a compact design, these machines can be used at your small personal shop or as your industrial CNC turning machine.
Large Turning Range
High Speed and High Precision
CNC Lathe Models and Technical Specifications
The S Series has perfectly matched high-tech modules, meeting the highest demands and customized production application. From Y-axis capabilities to bar feeding solutions, SYIL lathe machines offer a toolbox of productivity-boosting options – because there’s no such thing as too much performance. Our S Series CNC lathes, including mini CNC lathe, small CNC lathes, and CNC turning machines, have excellent technical specifications. Any SYIL turning machine variant comes with a set of standard accessories, and optional accessories are available from stock. View below our versatile lineup of CNC lathe machines.
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Examples of industrial applications of SYIL’s 5 Series—CNC lathe machines
Project: Automobile Parts
Processes Involved: CNC machining
GLVCK Machinery Manufacturing Limited, one of the machinery manufacturers of automobile parts for VW, Mercedes, and SKODA.
University of Shanghai
Processes Involved: CNC machining
What is a CNC lathe?
CNC lathes are extensively used, because they can produce parts at a much higher rate and at a lower cost per unit than CNC mills. This is especially relevant for larger volumes.
The main design restriction of CNC lathes is that they can only produce parts with a cylindrical profile (think screws or washers). To overcome this limitation, features of the part are often CNC milled in a separate machining step. Alternatively, 5-axis mill-turning CNC centers can be used to produce the same geometry in one step.
Some view Lathes as the only universal CNC Machine tool because a lathe can make all of the parts needed for another lathe. A lathe spins the workpiece in a spindle while a fixed cutting tool approaches the workpiece to slice chips off of it. Because of this geometry, lathes are ideal for parts that have symmetry around some axis that could be chucked up in the spindle.
CNC Lathes have at the very least the ability to drive the cutting tool under g-code control over 2 axes, referred to as X and Z. They may have a considerable amount of other functionality as well, and there are many variations on lathes such as Swiss Lathes.
The act of cutting a workpiece on a lathe is called "Turning".
Due to technological advancements, CNC lathes are quickly replacing some of the older and more traditionally used production lathes, such as the multispindle. CNC lathes come with a number of benefits. They can be easily set up and operated. They offer tremendous repeatability, along with top-notch accuracy in production.
A CNC lathe is typically designed to utilize modern versions of carbide tooling and processes. A part can be designed for customization, and the machine’s tool paths are often programmed using the CAD or CAM processes. However, a programmer can manually design a part or tool path as well. The resulting coded computer file is then uploaded to the CNC machine, and the machine will then automatically produce the desired parts for which it was programmed to design.
Turning is a machining process used to make cylindrical parts in which the cutting tool moves in a linear fashion while the workpiece rotates. Commonly performed with a lathe, turning reduces the diameter of a workpiece to a specified dimension and produces a smooth part finish. A turning center is a lathe with a computer numerical control (CNC). Sophisticated turning centers can also perform a variety of milling and drilling operations.
Uses of CNC lathe machines
In CNC turning, the part is mounted on a rotating chuck and material is removed using stationary cutting tools. This way parts with symmetry along their center axis can be manufactured. Turned parts are typically produced faster (and at a lower cost) than milled parts.
Typically, CNC turning systems (also known as lathes) are used to create parts with cylindrical profiles. Non-cylindrical parts can be manufactured using modern multi-axis CNC turning centers, which are also equipped with CNC milling tools. These systems combine the high productivity of CNC turning with the capabilities of CNC milling and can manufacture a very large range of geometries with (looser) rotational symmetry, such as camshafts and radial compressor impellers.
With CNC lathe machines, the material being worked is slowly sheared away. The result is a beautifully finished product or intricate part. Because these machines are so versatile, they are used by many industries to include automotive, electronics, aerospace, firearm manufacturing, sporting, and much more.
A CNC lathe can be used to produce plane surfaces and screw threads or in the case of ornamental lathes, three-dimensional products that are quite complex. In any case, the work piece is held firmly in place by one or two centers, with at minimum one being moved horizontally. However, material can also be secured with clamps or collets.
Some prime examples of finished items as a result of using CNC lathe machines include:
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