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Deep Hole Drilling Systems Cover Range of Applications

IMTS 2018: Unisig showcases equipment designed for gundrilling, BTA drilling, bottle boring and skiving/roller burnishing applications. 

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Unisig will showcase a range of gundrilling, Boring and Trepanning Association (BTA) drilling, bottle boring and skiving/roller burnishing equipment. Machines can be tooled for a variety of applications, including hydraulic cylinders and components for industries including medical, aerospace, die and mold, automotive, energy, and firearms.

In addition, the company will feature a custom machine from its research and development lab. The machine will demonstrate the extreme depth-to-diameter ratios possible with the latest control technologies. The machine possesses CNC motion control capabilities to produce accurate, off-center gundrilled holes.

The company will also introduce its expanded line of deep hole drilling and machining centers designed for moldmakers. These machines complement the company’s existing USC-M series of four- to seven-axis deep hole drilling and machining centers. Four-sided machining capability enables manufacturers to process large and small parts alike in a single setup.

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