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23-09-2013
The Evolution of Boring Milling Machines

The Dramatic Transformation of Boring Milling Machines for Industry

Boring milling machines are considered to be one of the more useful and versatile tools used in industry due to their capabilities to perform different operations. When these tools were invented, they were crude however; they have assisted men in maintaining accuracy and uniformity in manufacturing various components. However, development in milling machines including its components and accessories has led to machines that can work faster and more accurately compared to their previous counterparts. Variations of the milling machines were developed for the use of industries in specific projects. In today’s era, the boring machines have been innovated and are now computerized to reduce errors and produce better quality in finished products.

How the boring milling machines work

Milling machines designed to execute the process of boring are called boring milling machines. They are specifically classified as horizontal or vertical to indicate the axis of the milling machine spindle. Boring operations can be handled on small work pieces as well as big industries requiring deep-hole boring or deep-hole drilling. One example is tunnel boring which reduces time and effort in drilling rock hard and uneven surfaces. Boring machines are meant to increase accuracy and uniformity hence they are indispensable tools used in industry to speed up the process of manufacture. Classic examples of the boring techniques as they were first developed decades ago are the gun barrels and artillery. Today, these techniques have been improved for manufacturing and different industries.

 

 


What's nice is the choice for vertical or horizontal boring milling machines. Choosing the axis on which to keep the spindle can really make a difference depending on your boring needs.
Posted by: Martin | November 7, 2013, 9:08 am
Amazing to see how boring milling machines have changed over the years!
Posted by: John | October 8, 2013, 12:00 pm
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