New Generation Romi GL 250 Horizontal Turning Center

Aug. 9, 2022
Romi Machine Tools' New Generation Romi GL 250 Horizontal Turning Center features thermal compensation with sensors.

The New Generation Romi GL 250 horizontal turning center comes equipped with thermal compensation with sensors to maintain stable, dimensional results, even during long working periods. The sensors provides accurate, real time compensation as opposed to compensation based on pre-defined algorithms. The result is more accurate machining over extended periods of time when the machine temperature increases.


The GL 250 has a maximum cutting diameter ranging of 11 in. (282 mm) and a Z travel of 23.6 in. (600 mm). The machine is designed for medium to high production environments and features notably high power, torque, and feed force.  


It is constructed with durable roller ways on all axis to produce high rigidity. A built-in spindle motor with a chiller incorporated and direct drive servo-motors results in high response speed, accuracy, less vibration, and lower maintenance requirements. Chilling the motor increases life expectancy and produces less thermal expansion. 


The tailstock is programmable and servo-driven. Position, speed, and force are determined directly via the Fanuc controller that reduces setup time. The GL 250 comes with a 12-station turret with a choice of fixed tools with a Romi disk, driven tools with a VDI or BMT disk, driven tools with Y-axis or dual spindle with driven tools and Y-axis.

  • Headstock: 6,000 or 4,500 rpm
  • Spindle nose: ASA A2-5" or A2-6"
  • Main motor: 19.4 hp / 14.3 kW
  • Max. turning diameter: Up to 11 in. (282 mm)
  • Rapid traverse X/Z: 1,181 in./min (30 m/min) 

Latest in Turning