KEYWAY MILLING Keyways are grooves of different shapes cut along the axis of the cylindrical surface of shafts, into which keys are fitted to provide a positive method of locating and driving members on the shafts. A keyway is also machined in the mounted member to receive the key.
Portable Milling is ideal for the accurate, on site machining of sole plates. We can achieve a tolerance of .002″/foot to help level any mounting surfaces. Whether during construction or as a repair, our collection of milling machines allows us to choose the perfect machine for the job.
Our product line has grown to exceed over 40 on-site machine tools: line boring machines, bore welders, flange facers, portable mills, and advanced valve testing systems. Additionally, to support our global customer base we have well over 2,500 tools available in our rental fleet.
Mill Machining, Milling Process, Horizontal & Vertical Milling Machines Definition. Milling is a process performed with a machine in which the cutters rotate to remove the material from the work piece present in the direction of the angle with the tool axis.
A vertical mill enables you to design metal parts for production. You can use our mills for facing, drilling, or cutting. The sturdy steel column and head reduce vibrations for accurate prototyping. You can use our mills for facing, drilling, or cutting.
Turn/Mill Machines are capable of both rotating-workpiece operations (turning) and rotating-tool operations such milling and cross-drilling. The machine is typically recognizable as a horizontal or vertical lathe, with spindles for milling and drilling simply available at some or all of the tool positions.
2 Axis Milling Machines. Mirage's 2-axis milling machines incorporate the latest workshop machine tool technology in to a portable format. All of our milling machines are highly accurate and use the latest linear guides and ball screw technology to ensure maximum performance.
Power skiving is a gear shaping process in which the cutting tools are shaped like gear teeth, spinning and meshing with the workpiece to generate gear tooth geometry. Like hobbing, power skiving progressively generates gear tooth profiles simultaneously.
Selecting Inching Drives for Mill and Kiln Applications Glen Cahala Frank C Uherek, Principal Engineer - Gear Engineering Software Development Abstract The inching drive, also known as a barring or auxiliary drive, is an important component of any mill or kiln installation. It is used for maintenance and inspection purposes, as well as an emergency auxiliary drive to keep kilns rotating when ...
Gear cutting is any machining process for creating a gear. The most common gear-cutting processes include hobbing, broaching, milling, and grinding. Such cutting operations may occur either after or instead of forming processes such as forging, extruding, investment casting, or sand casting.
Being a portable mill, we realised the huge benefit of not having large bars to level on uneven ground. Our independent leg wind down system can be parallel in less than a minute. Our independent leg wind down system can be parallel in less than a minute.