Milling is a machining process performed with a multi-tip rotary cutter. In many cases milling can replace additional finishing operations, e.g. grinding. It is possible due to the use of proper tool systems and high-performance milling heads with interchangeable tips, paired with high-tech carbide tools. Milling enables more efficient use of our own production means, while maintaining quality of finished products expected by Customers.
Basic types of operations at a milling station:
- milling slots and grooves,
- channel milling and cutting,
- hole processing,
- rotary planing, milling curved surfaces and various radii.
In addition to conventional milling, our machining services also include CNC milling, which offers greater accuracy compared with the classical process. It requires no further finishing operations.
CNC milling employs advanced numerical control systems thanks to special numerical machines supplied with a freely programmable microcomputer. This allows for much more accurate processing. CNC milling machine is supported by CAD/CAM software – the tool itself is irreplaceable, as it enables very fast and precise implementation of a defined project. With CNC milling, the same operations can be carried our as with classical milling, but their quality is definitely higher.
|2.2 Working range:|
|X axis travel||mm||762|
|Y axis travel||mm||406|
|Z axis travel||Mm||508|
|2.3 Work table:|
|Maximum table load||Kg||1.361|
|Machine positioning tolerance||Mm||+/-0,0051|
Turning is a machining process in which various operations are executed on external and internal surfaces of objects in solid of revolution shapes. Cutting tools are typically used in the process. In our machinery park we use a wide range of universal lathes and high-performance automatic lathes.
By employing modern tool systems with interchangeable tips, conventional uniform cutting tools and other production solutions, and by carefully choosing process parameters, we can effectively execute different operations at our turning workstations. These primarily include:
- turning of conical and cylindrical surfaces,
- hole processing,
CNC turning is much more complicated compared with conventional turning. In effect, finished workpieces are characterised by higher precision and quality. The principle of CNC turning is the same as for the classical process – i.e. rotating a workpiece and machining its surface with a cutting tool. In this case, however, the cutting tool is CNC-controlled. The method enables precise, fast and repeatable processing of elements with very complex shapes. This solution also generates substantial material savings.
- Maximum turning diameter: 320 mm
- Maximum turning length: 305 mm
- Spindle bar diameter: 51 mm
- Chuck: 210 mm
- Spindle hole: 61 mm
- X axis: 0,01 mm
- Z axis:0,02 mm
- X axis: ±0,002 mm
- Z axis:±0,003 mm