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Looking for a Used Samsung CNC for Sale? Want to Learn More about Samsung Machines and Lathes? You’ve Come to the Right Place!

No matter what type of Samsung CNC you are looking for, we can help. We have a large inventory of CNC’s, and even if we don’t have what you’re looking for, there’s a good chance we can find it. All the Samsung machines for sale at CNCMachines.net have been thoroughly checked and can offer you the benefits of Samsung without the expense of buying new. We both buy and sell used Samsung CNCs. We genuinely care about helping American manufactures like you succeed. Learn more about us or continue on to learn about buying a used Samsung CNC.

By offering you a used Samsung CNC instead of a new one, we provide access to equipment and technology to keep you competitive and producing parts at high levels of efficiency. We’re here if you want to sell a used CNC and replace it with a different one or if you want to add Samsung CNCs to increase production. When you are looking for Samsung CNC machines, we can help. We want to partner with you, so contact us and we’ll get started to find the best solutions for your shop.

History

Some History of Samsung Product Lines and Technology Through Today
Samsung is a manufacturer of machining centers with a diverse product line including 2-axis CNC lathes, 3-axis CNC lathes, multi-axis CNC lathes, vertical machining centers, horizontal machining centers and drill tap machines. Samsung Machine Tools manufactures CNC machines in South Korea. In 1989 Samsung CNC machine building began as a division of one of the top three shipbuilding companies in South Korea. They made machines for Mori Seiki and Toshiba before spinning out as SMEC Co., LTD, Samsung Machine Tools. Samsung CNC machines are used in job shops as well as high volume production shops for many industries including medical, automotive and aerospace. They use the FANUC CNC control.

Samsung has a network of dealers in the United States that support their equipment.

Selecting A Used Samsung CNC or Turning Center

Since there are so many models, shopping for a Samsung CNC machines can be challenging, but we’re here to help. If the information this guide does not answer your questions, you can text or call – one of our Samsung experts would be glad to speak with you at 844-262-6789.

Here are the major types of equipment manufactured by Samsung:

Buying A Samsung CNC Lathe

When buying a Samsung CNC lathe, keep in mind that the bar-feed max OD is a lot lower than the chuck capacity. For example, bar capacity for the SL 1500M, a 3-axis CNC lathe, is 2.05”, while the max chuck OD is 6”. The much bigger SL 45M with a 24” OD chuck capacity has bar feed max OD of 6.5”. If you’re buying for higher production volumes, they you’ll want to pay closest attention to the bar capacity, however, for prototyping flexibility and smaller quantities, the chuck diameter may be of most interest to you.

2-Axis CNC Lathes

The Samsung CNC 2-Axis lathes are great for turned parts without too much complexity. These basic machines are solid for turning parts but do not offer milling features. Here’s an overview of the latest models offered:

• 6” Chuck: SL 15E and SL1500
• 8” Chuck: SL 20E and SL3000
• 10” Chuck: SL 25E and SL 2500M
• 12” Chuck: SL 3000 and SL 35E
• 15” Chuck: SL 35/1500
• 18” Chuck: SL 45/SL 2200 and SLV 80
• 24” Chuck:
• SL45/2200BB
• SL45/3000BB
• SL65/1000
• 32” Chuck: SL80C/2000 and SL80C/3200

3-Axis Samsung CNC Lathes

Samsung carries the following 3-axis CNC lathes. Horsepower offered for the main spindle can be 25, 30 or 35.

• 6” Chuck: SL 1500M
• 8” Chuck: SL 2000
• 10” Chuck: SL 2500M
• 12” Chuck: SL 3000M
• 15” Chuck: SL35MC/1500
• 18” Chuck: SLV 80M
• 24” Chuck:
• SL 45MC/2200BB
• SL 45MC/3000BB
• SL 65MC/1000

Multi-Axis Samsung CNC Lathes

Many multi-axis CNC Lathes have sub-spindles which increase the complexity of part that can be produced. Parts begin machining in the main spindle. Live tooling and milling give a lot of flexibly to the types of parts. After working on the part in the main spindle, the part can be transferred to the sub-spindle where the back end of the part is turned and machined. The tooling turret, which runs on a Servo motor, has tooling stations for both the main and sub-spindles.

Sample Models of Multi-Axis CNC Lathes:

6” Main Chuck, 6” Sub-Spindle Chuck: SL2000 ASY
8” Main Chuck, 6” Sub-Spindle Chuck: SL 2000 BSY and SL 2500SY
8” Chuck: SL200BY
10” Main Chuck, 8” Sub-Spindle Chuck: SL2500BSY
10” Chuck: SL2500BY
24” Chuck: SL45XLY/3000BB

Other popular multi-axis Samsung CNC’s over the years include the SL 25ASY and SL 20BMC. Samsung also makes a line of milling machines, both vertical machining centers and horizontal machining centers.

Samsung Vertical Milling Center (VMC):

PCV 400: 15” x 27” Travel
MCV 400: 17” x 30” Travel
MCV 500: 21” x 45” Travel
MCV 5000: 20.47” x 49.21” Travel
MCV 550: 21” x 45” Travel
MCV 660: 26” x 60” Travel
MCV 850: 33” x 78” Travel
MCV 1060: 42” x 98” Travel
Samsung Horizontal Milling Center (HMC):

HMC: SX4000

Samsung Drill Tap Machines:
SM 400DH: 16” x 20” Travel
MCV 380TD: 15” 20” Travel

Why Buy Samsung CNCs?

Here are a few of the reasons some machine shops prefer Samsung:

  1. Good value for well-built, reliable CNC’s
  2. Standard, easy to train on Fanuc controls
  3. Multi-axis CNC’s are great for prototypes since tooling is readily available and setups can be done quickly as compared with other types of lathes.
  4. A wide range of sizes can be made on one machine
  5. Found a Used Samsung CNC For Sale that Looks Interesting? Here’s what you can do before you go see it.
  6. Be informed. When shopping for a used Samsung for sale, you’re going to need to do more research than when buying a new one. It might help to make a list of your requirements. This can help you determine what age Samsung CNC works best for your shop. You may want to buy a similar year or model to a Samsung that you already have, or you may want to look newer Samsung CNC lathes, so you can begin to connect everything via ethernet or Wi-Fi to take advantage of software innovations. Samsung has made a number of YouTube demo videos over the years, there’s a good chance you can find one for the specific type of machine you are considering.
  7.  Ask for good photos. Zoom up in the photos and look for signs of damage and worn components.
  8. Speak with a local Samsung service provider who can provide service for the machine. Get his/her opinion on any specific machine type that you are considering purchasing.
  9. Search similar years for the Samsung model to see how pricing compares.
  10. Get the hours of operation.
  11. Ask for the maintenance records of the specific Samsung that you are considering. Repair work isn’t a bad thing, in many cases it will help you know what been replaced, what hasn’t and if it was done right. Ask for as much documentation as the seller can provide.
  12. Find out if any tooling or other accessories are being offered for sale along with this Samsung.
    Once you’ve done your homework, and you think you’ve finally identified the perfect Samsung for your company, you may decide to buy it without looking at it, or you want to go the extra mile an inspect the machine for yourself. Here are some inspection tips below so that you can get the best used Samsung for the price.

How to Inspect a Used Samsung CNC for Sale On-Site

  • Inspect for damage and worn components. Carefully look all over the machine. A good used Samsung for sale should little wear, since they are built to last for years.
  • Ask to operate the machine to see it actually run.
  • Listen to the sounds of the axis moving at different speeds
  • Run the spindle(s) at the max RPM.
  • Look at the guards and sensors on the machine. If sensors, switches, wires and hoses all match and look like they match well, that’s an indication of a well-maintained machine.
  • Make parts on the machine if possible.
  • Check the tool-changer. See how well it changes tools at different areas of the tool changer
  • Check the electrical cabinet for anything that looks like “not factory” and ask about it.
  • Ask the owner why he’s selling the machine.
  • Find out what process controller is on the machine. For older machines, the processor may have been upgraded.
  • Review bar feeder options (does one come with the machine?)
  • Review chip & coolant management options.
  • Find out the electrical requirements for install.
  • Discuss payment options, you may get a better deal with a cash down-payment.
  • Buy from someone who has a good reputation.

We are a trusted source for used Samsung CNCs and consistently take in Samsung trade-ins. We have many used Samsung CNCs in stock. If you want to trade in or sell your CNC, we can also help. Our Samsung CNC machines have been thoroughly checked and refurbished as necessary. We welcome you to call or visit and inspect one of our used Samsung CNC machines. Contact us and we’ll help you find the best Samsung CNC for your business.

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