Heavy duty lathe SKODA, type S2500 x 12000
Serial No – 19592, YOM 1967
Max turning diameter (over Bed) - 2500 mm;
Height above bed - 1250 mm;
Max turning diameter over carriage - 2000 mm;
Distance between centers 12000 mm
Bed width 3000 mm
Spindle Bore 160 mm
Quill Diameter 320 mm
Max weight of the workpiece between centers (without steady rests) - 80 tons;
Max weight of the workpiece between centers (without steady rests) processing to 18 rpm - 120 tons;
Flying in chuck
Dia of 4-jaws chuck 2500 mm
Out Clamping Dia ~ 1800 mm
Min Clamping Dia ~ 200 mm
Speeds- 4 ranges
Rapid Feed carriage – 3000 mm/min
Rapid feed Tailstock – 2300 mm/min / 1000 mm/min
Power: Main motor - 118kW;
Other electric motors - a total of 5 motor with capacities of: 2 pcs x 2,2 kW, 1pc x 3kW, 1pc x 1.5 kW, 1pc x 0,37 kW.
Length of Machine 19350 mm
Width of Machine 4870 mm
Height of Machine ~2500 mm
Weight of the machine - 146.5 tons; Total weight (machine + equipment) - 158 tons;
Equipment and special accessories - complete for the model;
The lathe was disassembled in the summer of 2013, due to a change in the production process of the workshop where it was installed. Well preserved by grease and stored in another building, on foundation, but not assembled.
Very good working condition. Before dismantling the machine had been used for processing of shafts for ships in a shipyard. In the best years of production, the factory has produced max 6-8 ships/year. We are speaking about the main shaft of a ship/vessel. The duration for production of one shaft is about 7-10 days. In general, the machine load has been between 1/8 and 1/12 per year.
From approximately 2005 to 2013 (production stop and dismantling of the lathe) they have produced shafts for no more than 5 ships. Plus minor repairs of shafts- turning of chips, as we said, and sporadic services of external companies. Or, in a rough calculation, the machine has been running for 20 days/year.