Kitmondo is your premier marketplace for high-quality used industrial machinery. In our Metal Machine Tools category, we proudly feature a diverse selection of miscellaneous grinding machines, including crankshaft grinders, sharpening machines, and tool grinders. Each machine is expertly maintained, providing an excellent blend of precision, durability, and value.

Our miscellaneous grinding machines are designed to excel in various specialized grinding tasks, delivering superior surface finishes and precise dimensional accuracy. These machines are ideal for industries such as automotive, aerospace, and general manufacturing, catering to a broad range of grinding needs—from crankshaft grinding and tool sharpening to the precision grinding of cutting tools.

Every grinding machine in our inventory undergoes a rigorous vetting process to ensure top-notch quality and performance. Our equipment is highly cost-effective, offering significant savings compared to new machinery without compromising efficiency. We feature renowned brands like Berco, JUNKER, and Walter, known for their reliability and advanced technology. Prices range from €10,000 to €200,000, fitting various budget requirements.

For more information or to request a quote, please contact our dedicated team, who are ready to assist with your specific needs. At Kitmondo, we are committed to supporting your business growth through high-quality, affordable machinery. Trust Kitmondo for your industrial equipment needs and experience a boost in productivity today.

WALTER Helitronic Power grinding machine

Year: 2004

Manual No
Type of CNC WALTER HMC 600
Cross travel 320 mm
CNC Yes
Max. longitudinal travel 460 mm
Max. height from spindle to table 660 mm

SCHÜTTE WU 305L micro Tool grinding machine

Year: 2006

Table length 400 mm
CNC Yes
Wheel diameter 10 mm
Table width 250 mm
Type of CNC Sinumerik 840D
Max. wheel speed 8000 u/mn

Used Ewag RS 15 Tool grinding machine

Year: 1997

Table length 155 mm
Type of CNC
Cross travel 130 mm
Table width 205 mm
Max. longitudinal travel 490 mm
Max. wheel speed 8000 u/mn

WALTER Helitronic Basic F Tool grinding machine

Year: 2007

Table length 460 mm
CNC Yes
Max. wheel speed 8000 u/mn
Table width 320 mm
Type of CNC

Schneeberger GEMINI DMR Tool grinding machine

Year: 2004

Table length 500 mm
CNC Yes
Max. longitudinal travel 380 mm
Table width 145 mm
Type of CNC GE FANUC Series 160i-MB
Cross travel 300 mm

SCHNEEBERGER Norma NGC 5-axis CNC grinding machine + automation

Year: 2016

Table length 1000 mm
CNC Yes
Table width 275 mm
Type of CNC FANUC 31i

Like new VAM RV 800 grinding machine Low working hours

Year: 2017

Table length 800 mm
Inter/Exter Yes
CNC Yes
Table width 800 mm
Manual No
Type of CNC

PONAR Wrocław NUA-25 Tool grinding machine

Year: 1984

Table length 915 mm
Inter/Exter Yes
CNC No
Table width 135 mm
Manual Yes
Type of CNC

Ewag EWAMATIC 106 Tool grinding machine

Year: ~ 2000

Table length 360 mm
CNC Yes
Max. longitudinal travel 360 mm
Table width 150 mm
Type of CNC NUM 1060
Cross travel 150 mm

SVmetal ANB-5E Tool grinding machine

Year: 2018

Type of CNC
Max. wheel speed 4200 u/mn
Wheel diameter 125 mm

SCHUTTE WU 305 Tool grinding machine

Year: 2002

Table length 570 mm
Manual No
Type of CNC CNC SIEMENS SINUMERIK 840 D
Inter/Exter Yes
CNC Yes
Max. longitudinal travel 400 mm


REFORM RB 900 CNC Rotary Table Grinding Machine

Year: 2007

Inter/Exter Yes
CNC Yes
Manual No
Type of CNC Siemens 840 D

Tool grinder STANKO 3M642

Year: 1984

Table length 1000 mm
Manual Yes
Type of CNC
Table width 240 mm
CNC No
Max. longitudinal travel 450 mm

REISHAUER NRK Thread grinding machine

Year: 1972

Table length 700 mm
Type of CNC
Wheel diameter 350 mm
CNC No
Max. longitudinal travel 450 mm
Max. wheel speed 1900 u/mn

Anor 4200 x 450 mm Tool grinding machine

Year:

Table length 4200 mm
Manual Yes
Type of CNC
Table width 250 mm
CNC No
Max. longitudinal travel 4200 mm

Knife grinding machine Reform AR61

Year: 1988

Table length 2500 mm
Type of CNC Simatic
Table width 600 mm

GOCKEL U3 PL Tool grinding machine

Year: 1980

Table length 200 mm
CNC No
Max. longitudinal travel 5000 mm
Table width 5000 mm
Type of CNC
Cross travel 300 mm

Tool Grinding Machine SAACKE UWIC

Year: 2002

CNC Yes
Wheel diameter 175 mm
Type of CNC
Max. wheel speed 10000 u/mn

Tacchella Elektra Evo 1018 MPC Tool grinding machine

Year: 2004

CNC Yes
Max. longitudinal travel 1000 mm
Wheel diameter 508 mm
Type of CNC Fanuc 21
Cross travel 180 mm
Spindle power 8.2 kW


Comprehensive Guide to Miscellaneous Grinding Machines in Metalworking

In the metalworking industry, grinding machines are indispensable tools that provide precision and efficiency in shaping and finishing metal components. Beyond the widely used cylindrical and centerless grinders, specialized machines such as crankshaft grinders, tool and cutter grinders, and sharpening machines cater to diverse applications, ensuring that various components meet exact specifications for performance and durability.

Types of Specialized Grinding Machines

Crankshaft Grinding Machines

Purpose: Designed to grind and polish crankshafts, ensuring smooth operation and longevity of engines.
Applications: Automotive, marine, and industrial engines.
Key Features: High precision, capability to handle large and heavy workpieces, advanced control systems for maintaining tight tolerances.

Tool and Cutter Grinders

Purpose: Used for sharpening and reconditioning cutting tools like drills, end mills, and milling cutters.
Applications: Toolrooms, manufacturing facilities, and machine shops.
Key Features: Versatility to handle various tool geometries, precision grinding, and often equipped with CNC controls for automated operations.

Sharpening Grinders

Purpose: Dedicated to sharpening cutting tools, knives, and blades, ensuring they remain effective and efficient.
Applications: Woodworking, metalworking, and manufacturing industries.
Key Features: Adjustable grinding angles, various abrasive wheels, and user-friendly operation for maintaining sharp edges.

Surface Grinding Machines

Purpose: Designed to produce a smooth finish on flat surfaces, often used to prepare surfaces for subsequent machining.
Applications: Precision engineering, tool and die making.
Key Features: High precision, ability to handle large surface areas, and various sizes and configurations.

Belt Grinding Machines

Purpose: Utilize abrasive belts for surface finishing, deburring, and material removal.
Applications: Metal fabrication, manufacturing, and finishing industries.
Key Features: Versatility in handling different shapes and sizes, adjustable belt speeds, and high material removal rates.

Jig Grinding Machines

Purpose: Used to grind holes, contours, and surfaces with high precision.
Applications: Tool and die making, aerospace, and precision engineering.
Key Features: Ability to achieve tight tolerances, high surface finish quality, and complex geometries.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting a grinding machine, consider these critical features and specifications:

  • Precision and Accuracy: The ability to maintain tight tolerances and achieve high surface finishes, which is essential for high-quality parts.
  • Workpiece Capacity: The maximum size and weight of the workpieces that the machine can handle.
  • Automation Level: The level of automation (manual, semi-automatic, or fully automatic) impacts efficiency and throughput.
  • Coolant System: Effective cooling systems to dissipate heat generated during grinding, preventing thermal damage.
  • Ease of Setup and Operation: User-friendly controls and quick setup features can enhance productivity and reduce downtime.
  • Versatility: The machine’s ability to handle various types of grinding tasks and workpieces.

Advantages of Using Specialized Grinding Machines

Investing in high-quality specialized grinding machines offers numerous benefits:

  • High Precision and Accuracy: Ensures parts meet exact specifications, critical for high-performance applications.
  • Increased Efficiency: Automated and high-speed grinding processes reduce production times and labor costs.
  • Versatility: Capable of handling various part sizes, shapes, and materials, catering to diverse manufacturing needs.
  • Improved Surface Finish: Achieves superior surface finishes, reducing the need for additional finishing processes.
  • Extended Tool Life: Regular sharpening and reconditioning of tools and blades extend their useful life and maintain cutting efficiency.

Considerations When Buying a Specialized Grinding Machine

To select the right grinding machine for your needs, consider these factors:

  • Production Volume: Determine the volume of parts to be produced to choose a machine with suitable capacity and speed.
  • Part Specifications: Ensure the machine can handle the specific sizes, shapes, and materials of the parts you need to grind.
  • Precision Requirements: Match the machine’s precision capabilities with your quality standards.
  • Budget: Balance the initial investment with long-term operational costs, including maintenance and consumables.
  • Service and Support: Evaluate the availability of technical support and maintenance services for the machine.
  • Training: Assess the need for operator training to effectively use the machine’s advanced features.

Leading Brands and Pricing

Several reputable brands manufacture specialized grinding machines known for their reliability and performance. Here are a few notable ones:

Crankshaft Grinding Machines

  • Berco: Renowned for high-precision crankshaft grinders. Prices typically range from $100,000 to over $500,000.
  • AMC-Schou: Offers robust and reliable crankshaft grinding machines. Pricing generally ranges from $80,000 to $400,000.

Tool and Cutter Grinders

  • ANCA: Known for advanced CNC tool and cutter grinders. Prices typically range from $150,000 to over $600,000.
  • Walter (a division of United Grinding): Provides high-precision tool grinding solutions. Pricing generally falls between $100,000 and $500,000.

Sharpening Grinders

  • Tormek: Offers high-quality sharpening systems for various tools. Prices generally range from $1,000 to $5,000.
  • Makita: Provides affordable and reliable sharpening grinders. Pricing typically ranges from $500 to $3,000.

Surface Grinding Machines

  • Okamoto: Known for precision surface grinders. Prices typically range from $30,000 to $200,000.
  • Chevalier: Offers a range of high-quality surface grinders. Pricing generally falls between $20,000 and $150,000.

Belt Grinding Machines

  • Timesavers: Specializes in wide belt grinders for surface finishing. Prices typically range from $10,000 to $100,000.
  • Kalamazoo Industries: Provides versatile belt grinders. Pricing generally falls between $1,000 and $15,000.

Jig Grinding Machines

  • Moore Tool Company: Renowned for high-precision jig grinders. Prices typically range from $200,000 to over $1 million.
  • Hauser (a division of Hardinge): Offers advanced jig grinding solutions. Pricing generally ranges from $150,000 to $800,000.

Conclusion

Specialized grinding machines such as crankshaft grinders, tool and cutter grinders, sharpening grinders, surface grinders, belt grinders, and jig grinders play crucial roles in various metalworking applications. These machines offer precision, efficiency, and versatility, ensuring that components meet exact specifications and high-quality standards. When selecting a grinding machine, consider factors such as production volume, part specifications, precision requirements, budget, service and support, and training needs. Leading brands like Berco, ANCA, Tormek, Okamoto, Timesavers, and Moore Tool Company provide a range of high-quality grinding machines to suit different applications and budgets. By carefully evaluating your specific needs and requirements, you can invest in the right grinding machine to enhance your manufacturing capabilities and ensure consistent, high-quality production.