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CNC turning and CNC milling
Dipl.-Ing. Brecht GmbH
Saws / laser welding machine / other
Bühler Metallbearbeitung GmbH
CNC processing
Schmid Medizintechnik GmbH
CNC milling machining centers
Bühler Metallbearbeitung GmbH
CNC Production
Formo GmbH
CNC milling-turning centers
Bühler Metallbearbeitung GmbH
Our services
Dipl.-Ing. Brecht GmbH

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Drilling, milling, turning

Drilling, milling, turning

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Drilling, milling, and turning are three common metalworking processes. In both cases, a rotating cutting tool rotates along the part's axis to create the required hole diameter. The machining process finishes the hole's diameter by removing material. The differences between turning and milling are many. For example, drilling uses up-and-down motions to create holes, while milling machines use sideways motions to create holes.

Boring, on the other hand, is used to reduce tolerances in large runs of machined or cast products. While it is extremely accurate, it is not ideal for large amounts of material removal. In order to reduce the number of cuts that must be made, drilling is typically used before boring. However, drills can refine a hole after boring. This allows the job to be completed faster. In addition, drills are portable and don't have to be set up in complicated shops.

Milling and drilling machines are similar but use different tools. While drilling drill bits are installed in a lathe for turning, milling cutters are chucked into a drill press. These machines can perform the functions of multiple individual machines, all in one machine. A machining center is a combination of a lathe and milling machine that performs all three processes. There are several advantages to each of them.

The main difference between these two processes is that turning uses a lathe, which allows for greater precision. For this reason, drilling can also produce a non-standard screw thread. By turning a screw on a lathe, a thread is produced that will not be visible once the hole is turned. This process is also known as tapping. The tap is performed either externally or internally and is commonly performed on a round part.

Face-milling: This technique removes material from the workpiece. The cutting tool is placed at right angles to the workpiece. The face-milling cutter is an example. It is the last step in the process, while the longitudinal feed is the first step. When it comes to face-milling, it is often the first and last step. This process is known as facing off, and it is used to remove the completed component from its parent stock.

Turning is a process where a rotating cutting tool presses against the workpiece and removes material. Milling, on the other hand, is a more expensive process. The rotary machining process uses a stationary workpiece. The rotary process rotates the workpiece, while milling uses a stationary part. During the milling process, the tool presses against the piece. It is often the best option for cylindrical parts with a lot of features.

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