2000-CNC/2010-CNC CNC-Ready 8-Direction Mill

$1,275.00

8-Direction Vertical  Milling Machine (14″ base) + CNC-Ready stepper motor mounts

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SKU: 2000-CNC/2010-CNC Categories: ,

Product Description

Any Sherline mill can be ordered with stepper motor mounts factory installed in place of the handwheels and ready for the application of stepper motors and computer numeric controls (CNC). Sherline supplies the mounts, and several aftermarket suppliers offer motors, drivers and software to complete the CNC system. You supply the 486 or better computer. See our CNC Dealers page for a list of supplies and links to their home pages.

Sherline recommends using dual shaft stepper motors so that handwheels can be applied to the rear shaft for manual control. With that in mind, handwheels for each axis are included with the machine, although they cannot be used until stepper motors are installed. Sherline also offers high quality stepper motors, which can be found in the accessories section of this site.

Standard equipment for the model 2000-CNC (2010 metric) mill includes:

  • A powerful 90V DC motor with electronic speed controller
  • 14″ base
  • The handwheels are included and can be mounted to the end of the stepper motors to maintain manual control when needed.* 2-1/2″ (63mm) adjustable “zero” handwheel on the Z-axis and 2″ (51mm) adjustable “zero” handwheels on the X- and Y-axes. Each handwheel has laser engraved aluminum handwheel collars
    *NOTE: CNC-ready machines cannot be operated manually until stepper motors are installed.
  • 22.75″ (70 mm) x 13.0″ (330 mm) table with two T-slots
  • 3072 ¼” Jacobs drill chuck w/ key, #1 Morse arbor with drawbolt
  • 2″ column riser block
  • Laser-engraved scales on the base and table
  • Pulleys, drive belt, three hexagonal keys, spindle bars, gib removal tool, eight-foot three-wire power cord, and instruction manual
  • Available with red handwheels upon request

New Mill Features

  • Oil reservoirs on the X/Y axes and the Z axis to help keep critical parts lubricated. These were initially developed for CNC machines that run constantly for hours on end but can benefit manual machines as well
  • Brass leadscrew cover that keeps chips off the rear of the Y-axis leadscrew

Other Purchasing Options:

2000A-CNC/2010A-CNC CNC-Ready Mill
8020/8021 – Complete CNC Mill System
67127 Stepper Motor

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Max clearance
(table to spindle)
8.00″ (203 mm)
Throat
(no spacer)
Optional
Throat
(w/ headstock spacer)
Adjustable
Travel, “X” Axis 8.65″ (220 mm)
Travel, “Y” Axis 7.00″ (178 mm)
Travel, “Z” Axis 5.38″ (137 mm)
Hole through spindle .405″ (10 mm)
Spindle nose thread 3/4″-16 T.P.I.
Spindle nose taper #1 Morse
Handwheel graduations .001″ (.01 mm)
Electronically controlled spindle speed range 70 to 2800 RPM
Width Overall* 14.75″ (375 mm)

Depth Overall* 11.75″ (298 mm)
Height Overall (Max.)* 20.75″ (527 mm)
Table size 2.75″ x 13.00″ (70 x 330 mm)
Hold-down provision 2 T-Slots
Shipping Weight 33 lb. (15 kg)
Movements in addition
to X-, Y- and Z-axes
Headstock rotation (90° left/right)
Column rotation (90° left/right)
Column pivot (90° forward/back)
Column swing (90° left/right)
Column travel (in/out) 5.5″ (140 mm)
Motor 90 volt DC with electronic speed control that accepts any incoming current from 100VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz or 60 Hz.

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Spindle Speed Range 70-2800 RPM continuously variable by electronic speed control

Click on the link for the exploded view of the 2000-CNC/2010-CNC CNC-Ready Mill to help identify replacement parts.

If you are still uncertain please call our customer service representatives for help with this item.

We offer two types of 3D object files: .igs and .stp.

  1. To view .igs files you need an IGS viewer. CLICK HERE to download a FREE IGS viewer.
  2. To view .stp files you need a STP viewer. CLICK HERE to use Autodesk’s FREE A360* online file viewer. STP is a file extension for a 3-D graphic file used by CAD software. STP stands for STandard for the Exchange of Product model data. STP files are used to store 3D image data in an ASCII format, following the standards defined in ISO 10303-21: Clear Text Encoding of the Exchange Structure.
  3. Each 3D file format has been compressed into a .zip file to save file space. Click on the .zip file link below to download it to your computer.
  4. Extract the .zip file to the drive location of your choice.
  5. Open the .igs file using the IGS Viewer, or open the .stp file using the A360 Autodesk online viewer.

*NOTE: There are also other free STP viewers that can be downloaded directly to your computer.

CLICK HERE to download the 3D IGS file
No STP file available