McLean Model 850
Production & Second Operation Lathe
In the spectrum of lathes, from hand operated to CNC, we feel we’ve developed an affordable compromise.
Versatility & Efficiency
Taking a lathe with a 9” swing, we’ve added air powered slides with a controller to operate the movement of the collet, spindle, and each slide. This allows an unskilled operator to make thousands of parts with greater speed and accuracy than with comparably
priced lathes. With the versatility of the McLean System, you have an effective alternative to higher-priced equipment.
3 axis production lathe
This machine is well- suited for dedicated applications or can be changed over to run multiple parts.
The Model 850 can be placed alongside of a CNC lathe, screw machine or molding machine to allow the operator to perform a second operation. The Model 850 is standard with a Front Slide, Rear Slide, and a Tail Slide. Other slides, including our heavy-duty slides, are also available. McLean slides are air-powered with hydraulically controlled feed.
The controller features a Touch Screen and PLC. The controller operates the sequencing of the slides, spindle RPM & direction, and duration of operation. It provides program storage for six different parts and includes Total Cycle Counter.
OPTIONAL Collet Package
#12-353 5C COLLET SET ENGLISH- 1/16” to 1” by 1/16ths 16 Collets
#12-354 5C COLLET SET METRIC- 3mm to 25mm by 1mm 23 Collets
GENERAL LATHE SPECIFICATIONS
Spindle Speeds: 60-2100 RPM Variable Std. – 3200 RPM Optional
Spindle Construction: Single Piece with Precision Ball Bearings
Spindle Capacity: 26.9 mm (1-1/16”) Diameter Thru-Spindle with 5C Collet
Spindle Drive Motor: 1 1/2 hp
Dovetail Width: 85.73mm (3-3/8”)
Spindle Centerline to Dovetail: 114.30mm (4-1/2”)
Length of Bed from Face of Spindle: 330mm (13”)
Swing Over Bed: 228mm (9”)
Maximum Part Diameter: 152mm (6”)
Overall Height: 1,460mm (57-1/2”)
Overall Width: 889mm (35”)
Overall Length: 1,009mm (39-3/4”)
Power Requirements: 220 VAC – 50/60 Hz Single Phase
Air Requirements: 5.5 – 7 BAR (80 – 100 PSI)