When deep hole drilling and deep hole boring is necessary, choosing demand special tooling and techniques help get the job done. Using heavy duty precision boring heads can help reduce finishing cost and cycle time. A precision tool system is the solution for drilling, rough boring, finish boring, milling and tapping.
Customers of these tools, which include ER collets, end mill holders, retention knobs, tap adapters, tool setters and more, include those in the machine building, auto, and aircraft industries, as well as machine tool manufacturers, tool and mold makers, and job shops that equip their machining centers with boring heads and tools which offer customers solutions for their demands. Today’s methods call for ever improving, high performance cutting tools.
While their was a time when boring heads and tools were good enough, the competition is steep and in the metal working market, good enough just won’t do anymore. Accessories such as boring heads are not a luxury anymore. Your analog boring heads have taken you this far, but you cannot settle these days. Digital boring tools such as boring inserts can offer the manufacturing industry much more precision and accuracy, as well as consistency, which means less corrections an less overhead costs.
Digital boring heads bridge the technology gap between digital part measuring technology and existing analog tooling systems. Using keypads and computers to run tooling programs, machine operators are measuring parts with digital technology. Digital readout allows the user a better way to make cuts and holes with more accuracy. Using digital boring heads helps reduce the human error element and gives customers better ROI or return on investment with new boring methods.
Boring is getting faster and more precise. Like any part of technology today, faster and cheaper is better. When you convert to digital boring heads, you’ll wonder how you ever got by without it before.