A versatile mill/drill, featuring variable speed, digital depth indicator and tapping unit
Ideal mill/drill for workshops featuring powered X axis and compound table
Compact, mobile, and professional CNC mill for small batch production and training centers
Vertical milling machine featuring automatic feed on X axis, tilt and swivel head, and pneumatic tool clamping
With tilting milling head, automatic feed on X axis, horizontal axis and swiveling table
Ideal entry level milling machine featuring tilt and swivel head, and pneumatic tool clamping
With tilting milling head, automatic feed on X/Y axes, motorized Z axis and horizontal spindle
Updated version of the classic tool milling machine featuring preloaded ball screws on all axes and infinitely variable feeds
Featuring universal type milling head and automatic feed on X and Y axis
Our new generation with automatic feed and infinitely variable spindle drive
Featuring automatic feed on X and Y axis, tilt and swivel head, and pneumatic tool clamping
Featuring huron type milling head, automatic feed on all axis and swiveling table
Servo-conventional model with vertical milling head, swiveling top beam and advanced functions
With vertical type tilting head, automatic feed on all axes and horizontal axis
With vertical type tilting head, automatic feed on all axes, horizontal axis, swiveling table
With universal type milling head, automatic feed on all axis, swiveling table and horizontal spindle
Excellent entry level vertical machining center for training or educational purposes.
With huron type milling head, advanced functions and large workspace for light parts
With universal type milling head, ISO50 spindle, automatic feed on all axis, swiveling table and horizontal spindle
A milling machine is a machine tool that usually operates on a vertical or horizontal axis and utilises a rotating cutter to remove material from a workpiece. It produces flat surfaces, grooves, slots or profiles on a workpiece.
When using a milling machine, you must first decide on which cutting tool fits for the job. You will then install the tool into the spindle, align the workpiece and set the speed and feed rate. Once you have completed the initial setup you can begin the milling process. Gradually lower the cutting tool onto the workpiece to being cutting the material.
A milling machine rotates a cutter to remove material from a workpiece and produces flat surfaces, grooves, slots or profiles. Milling machines are often used in manufacturing plants, engineering sites and metalworking industries.
There are two main types of milling machines in the industry which includes vertical milling machines and horizontal milling machines. Each of the two milling machine types operate on a different axis which offers different functions and capability.
The main advantages of milling machines is that they are very precise and efficient making an ideal choice for many industrial operations. They tend to offer more advantages over other machines because of the precise control over the cutting process and versatility to product complex shapes and profiles.
Lathes and milling machines operate in different ways to produce different types of shapes. Lathes rotate the workpiece and applies a cutting tool to remove material to produce a shape. On the other hand, milling machines use a rotating cutter and apply it to a stationary workpiece to remove material. Lathes are normally used to create cylindrical parts. Milling machines can produce a wider range of shapes and profiles.
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