multi-axis machining where CNC moves 5 ways, but only 4 ways are simultaneous
multi-axis machining where CNC moves all 5 axis move simultaneously
A machine that takes in air at atmospheric pressure and delivers it at a higher pressure
Automatic tool changer, places tool in/out of spindle
A unit that allows the feeding of bar stock, normally into a lathe machine.
A machine for bending or forming metal.
To increase the size of a hole previously made in a work piece.
Usually large machines, vertical spindle mounted on a cross rail over a large table that holds the work piece and moves under the rail.
Milling machine manufactured similar or identical to the Bridgeport knee mill.
Computer-aided technologies using a computer to aid in the design, analysis, and manufacturing of work pieces.
A mechanical system to move metal debris from the metal removal process.
Computer Numerical Control
Manufacturing equipment that removes metal under computer numerical control by making use of several axes and a variety of tools and operations.
A milling machine that is controlled by a computer.
A cone-shaped chuck used for holding cylindrical pieces in a lathe via a collet.
Replaceable inserts held in tool holders.
Remove burrs from a piece of machined work piece.
Produce a hole in something by the use of a drill bit.
Electrical Discharge Machining
Machining by use of an electrically charged electrode to burn the geometry of the electrode into a metal work piece.