VEB WZM Meuselwitz (WMW) parallel four-guideway DXWD 1800/2 CNC lathe


Last availability: April 18, 2024

Listing description

VEB WZM Meuselwitz (WMW) parallel four-guideway DXWD 1800/2 CNC lathe

Maximum loadable weight (capacity between centers) t 80
Machine weight t 160
Nominal diameter that can be turned mm Ø 1,800
Maximum diameter that can be turned mm Ø 1,900
Maximum diameter of passage on the bench mm Ø 2,600
Maximum turning length (center distance between centers) mm 11,925 (12,025)
Spindle axis height 1,300 mm
Plateau diameter mm Ø 1,900
Plateau gripping range mm Ø 300 ÷ Ø 1,350
 Gripping range 1 mm Ø 300 ÷ Ø 550
 Gripping range 2 mm Ø 500 ÷ Ø 950
 Gripping range 3 mm Ø 900 ÷ Ø 1,350
Gripping force (at max. tightening torque 250 Nm) kN 200
Spindle motor power kW 160
Total installed power kW 310
Maximum spindle torque kNm 155
Spindle rotation speed range rpm 1 ÷ 150
 Spindle rotation speed in the 1st rpm range 1 ÷ 24
 Spindle rotation speed in 2nd rpm range 20 ÷ 60
 Spindle rotation speed in the 3rd rpm range 50 ÷ 150
Carriage feed speed in transverse direction ("X" axis - "U" axis) mm/min 1 ÷ 400
Carriage feed speed in longitudinal direction ("Z" axis - "W" axis) mm/min 1 ÷ 400
Rapid carriage feed speed in transverse direction ("X" axis - "U" axis) mm/min 3,000
Rapid carriage feed speed in longitudinal direction ("Z" axis - "W" axis) mm/min 3,000
Minimum distance between carriages 1,600 mm
Maximum tool carriage overhang 530 mm
Longitudinal carriage travel ("Z" axis - "W" axis)
14,451 mm
Carriage travel ("X" axis - "U" axis) 795 mm
Fast tailstock traverse speed mm/min 3,000
Tailstock slew stroke 300 mm
Tailstock quill feed speed mm/min 20
Tailstock quill rapid feed speed mm/min 100
Maximum tailstock quill thrust kN 600
Tailstock sleeve diameter mm Ø 630
Maximum diameter Large ferrule (open type) - Dis 175-42-6120:00-00 mm 550÷900
Maximum permissible load t 40
Feed speed Large bezel mm/min 194
Maximum diameter Small bezel (open type) - Dis 175-42-6110:00-00 mm 200÷600
Maximum allowable load t 20
Feed speed Small bezel mm/min 194
Main carriage cutting force kN 180
Back pressure force kN 1,144
Feed force kN 108
Maximum cutting section for each carriage
(material being processed Ks = 1,800 N/mm2) mm2 100
Chip removal per carriage kg/h 1,118

Machinery under completion and retrofit completion (mechanical + electrical)
Machinery eligible for Industry 4.0
Location: Northern Italy

This equipment is located in IT


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Last availability: April 18, 2024

Listing information

Manufacturer Veb Wzm Meuselwitz (Wmw)
Model DXWD 1800 / 2
Year 1985
Country Italy Italy
Condition Good
Main category Metalworking Machinery
Subcategory CNC Lathe
ID P40319113

Last availability: April 18, 2024

About the seller

Client type End User
On Kitmondo since 2024
Number of listings 1
Country Italy Italy
Employees 101 - 250
Established 1966
Company description

we are an Italian industrial corporation with an international presence, operating in the production of Plants for the Steel Industry. Founded in 1966, the Company was originally devoted to the pr… read more

we are an Italian industrial corporation with an international presence, operating in the production of Plants for the Steel Industry. Founded in 1966, the Company was originally devoted to the production of Industrial Burners and, thanks to its great innovative spirit and pioneering vision, in 1974 the core business was expanded to include the design and manufacture of Industrial Furnaces. The inborn attitude to Research & Development activities brought to the creation of a Business Spin-off dedicated to Heat Treatment Services on third-party products, which empowers product and process experimentation aimed at granting Quality, Efficiency and Results. Engineering, Construction, Commissioning and Service are the milestone of company way of doing business which, together with its highly qualified and experienced staff, dedicates care and attention to the development of innovative projects in full respect of the environment.

Last activity April 18, 2024
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