The latest technology from Bel Air Finishing Supply, Advanced Industrial Measurement Systems, 168 Manufacturing, Select Machining Technologies, and UNISIG Deep Hole Drilling Systems
The combination of a digital boring head integrated with tool data software dramatically reduces the time required to set up a fine boring head. And still more IIOT-enabled advancements are just around the corner that will finally automate many boring operations.
Allied Machine recently announced the T-A Pro spade drilling insert as a new high performance go-to for general purpose holemaking.
IMTS Spark: Allied Machine and Engineering’s T-A Pro drill combines material-specific insert geometries, a redesigned drill body and a coolant-through system to enable penetration rates which run at higher speeds.
Rigibore’s ActiveEdge boring bars and Zenith system automatically adjust based on in-process measurement data, reducing scrap and aiding in lights out machining.
Hoffman Group’s Garant Master Tap Inox is now available in inch sizes and metric threads with a longer design for increased reach, and for all thread standards.
Walter USA’s Xtreme Evo DC160 Advance solid carbide drill is designed for high productivity drilling in a wide range of materials.
IMTS Spark: Cheto Corp. has created an automatic toolchanger (ATC) for its deep-hole drilling and milling machines.
The rebranding reflects Sunnen’s acquisition of BTA Heller, expansion of worldwide manufacturing operations and entry into the deep-hole drilling machine market.
IMTS Spark: Big Kaiser Precision Tooling’s EWA68 closed-loop boring system features an intelligent, fully automatic fine boring head.
Suhner’s BEX 15 spindle head has a maximum spindle speed of 23,000 rpm for improved in-line production.
When this Indiana toolmaker saw an order for cutting tools to make ventilators for coronavirus patients, his workers started grinding before the customer officially hired them.
The company was begun by Richard Glimpel in 1920, who invented a spiral-pointed tap that could do with one tool what it normally took three to accomplish.
Unisig has introduced two models for its USC-M series designed to provide moldmakers with higher productivity in milling and deep-hole drilling applications.
Allied Machine & Engineering’s Guided TA drill for moldmaking applications is used for producing water lines.
Walter USA’s Accure-tec A3000, with its vibration damping system, is designed to excel beyond 6 × Dc.
The PolyDrill series of multi-spindle heads, available from Suhner, includes fixed and adjustable hole pitches and compact models.
Tungaloy is expanding its AH9130 drill head grade series to include the DMP drill head line from the DrillMeister changeable-head drill series.
The DeHoff 3060, available from Kays Engineering, is a single-axis boring machine designed for applications in the railroad industry.
Suhner’s EconoMaster line of drilling units is designed for multiple materials such as light metal, wood, composite, plastic and foam.
With rapid traverse speeds ranging to 2,362 ipm (60 m/min) in all axes and acceleration of 1.2 G, Tongtai’s VTX drilling and tapping centers are designed for high-precision, high-volume machining applications.
Tungaloy’s DeepTri-Drill line of indexable deep hole drills now includes FH3135 grade guide pads.
Monaghan Tooling Group’s Top Speed Ring is a reamer designed to provide higher feed rates over traditional cutting rings.
The TungBoreMini, a multifunctional drilling and turning tool from Tungaloy, is designed to combine the capabilities of drilling and OD and ID turning tools.