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Lathes, Boring machines, Milling machines, Grinding machines

Lathes
Lathes
    Horizontal boring </br> and milling machines
    Horizontal boring
and milling machines
Milling machines
Milling machines
Grinding machines
Grinding machines
Drilling machines
Drilling machines
Machining centres
Machining centres
Gear cutting </br> machines
Gear cutting
machines
Shaping machines
Shaping machines
Press machines
Press machines
Special machines
Special machines
Complete overhaul </br> and modernization
Complete overhaul
and modernization

Other machines

Lathes, Boring machines, Milling machines, Grinding machines


Lathes

Lathes are machines with a spindle that turns along with the workpiece, and a lathe knife or other cutting tool changes its shape. Lathes are primarily used to manufacture rotary parts, to lathe cylindrical surfaces, to drill openings and to cut threads (inner and outer). A lathe can be used to produce parts made of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, plastics and wood. The workpiece is clamped in the lathe either in a chuck, between a chuck and a centre or between two centres. Metal lathes are among the most basic and common of metal milling machines. CNC lathes were first manufactured in 1952.

Machines

Machines are intended for milling surfaces of parts by rotary cutting. Machines can be classified into several separate categories, according to use into two main groups: Machines for metal and machines for wood.

Boring machines

Boring machines are used to mill, drill, bore, cut threads or face turn using a rotating tool, usually a cutter, drill, boring rod or milling head. Boring machines are used to drill closed and open openings in solid material, boring, reaming, threading, milling surfaces, etc. Drill bits, reamers, thread cutters, milling cutters and other tools are used to perform these operations. One type of boring machine is a horizontal boring machine with a horizontal spindle. Movement along individual axes needed for the work cycle is performed by a CNC control system.

Milling machines

CNC and conventional milling machines are used to mill various types of surfaces, gears, etc. from metals and other materials. They are the most universal types of machines, that are used among other things to manufacture gears. Universal milling machines can be used for all types of milling, drilling and reaming of steel and non-steel parts, from individual pieces to low and medium-quantity series production.

Grinders

Grinders belong to a group of machines that perform final technical operations by grinding metals or other materials. Grinders are designed as non-portable (stationary) machines. They use a grinding disc that removes material as it rotates. A grinding disc is made mainly of silicon carbide or artificial carborundum. The grinding disc turns and removes material along its face or circumference.

Drills

Drills are likely the most common type of milling machine. They are used to drill openings. Movements are mainly rotation and movement of the tool (drill bit). The drill bit is clamped manually or automatically and speed of movement and rotation are varied. Depending on the material of the part being worked and of the drill bit, as well as the depth and diameter of the opening being drilled, the rotation speed of the spindle can be constant, which has a number of advantages. Drills can drill and cut threads. The ability to drill a larger number of holes at once using a combined tool as well as quick replacement of tools reduce work and prep time.

Shaping Machines

Shaping machines are used for ordinary and highly precise shaping operations. Their solid and rigid design guarantees high-quality results from work performed on steel and coloured metal materials of various shapes – circular, square, flat, etc. Shaping equipment – cutters, benders, rollers.

Hydraulic presses

Hydraulic presses are used for all general work performed by cold pressing, such as blanking, embossing, bending, riveting, shallow drawing, etc. The basic theory underpinning the design of hydraulic presses and other hydraulic devices is Pascal’s Law. Hydraulic presses use mineral oil as a working medium. Manufacturing companies use hydraulic presses with various designs: auto body presses, injection presses, forging presses, glass presses, ceramic presses, straightening presses….

Mechanical presses

Mechanical presses – aside from multi-purpose presses suitable for all standard technologies, we also offer production lines intended for example for pressing of automobile parts and for cold and hot press forging.