2/27/2020

Romi Heavy-Duty CNC Lathes Feature Monoblock Beds

Originally titled 'Heavy-Duty, Flatbed CNC Lathes with Cast Iron Beds'
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Romi C Series heavy-duty flatbed CNC lathes are built with Romi-made monoblock cast iron beds.

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Romi C Series heavy-duty flatbed CNC lathe

Romi C Series heavy-duty flatbed CNC lathe

 

Romi C Series heavy-duty flatbed CNC lathes are built with Romi-made monoblock cast iron beds for optimum rigidity and accuracy. The heavy-duty C Series includes nine models ranging from the C 1100H with a 28” (720 mm) swing over cross slide and 72-hp main motor, to the C 2600H with an 80” (2,030 mm) swing over cross slide and a 155-hp main motor. 

The lathes feature net weights ranging from approximately 39,700 lbs (18,000 kg) to 134,500 lbs (61,000 kg); maximum weight between centers from 33,100 lbs (15,000 kg) to 110,200 lbs (50,000 kg); and maximum torque from 12,429 to 44,200 Nm.

Romi heavy-duty CNC lathes are powered by a high torque, continuously variable speed AC motor. The manually driven quill has a built-in live center with high precision bearings.

All models are built to reduce machine vibration and allow fast and accurate machining at full power. They are especially useful for heavy applications in the mining, aerospace, steel mill and oil and gas industries.

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