A boring machine is used to produce accurate and smooth holes in metal workpieces. This is achieved by enlarging existing holes with a range of different bore types, including those made with cemented carbide, steel and diamond. The diameter of the hole created can be changed with small adjustments to the boring head, which is attached to a rotating spindle.
Often referred to as boring mills, boring machines are capable of cutting through incredibly thick workpieces. While the average horizontal boring machine cuts through metal of between one and 10 metres thick, there are some machines that are capable of boring holes of 20 metres or more.
- Horizontal boring and milling machines
- Functional and precise universal machines
- CNC boring machines for optimal processing of large pieces
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While large-scale operations use massive CNC boring machines for industrial production, there is a smaller version known as horizontal or table boring machine.