By using digital technology and optimized indexable inserts, Schmauser Müller Metalltechnik has increased process reliability and efficiency in fine boring, as well as increased the lifetime of its tools by a factor of three.
BIG KAISER Precision Tooling is expanding its offering of digital boring heads to include head sizes down to the CKB1 modular tooling connection size, which means boring down to Ø.787” for Series 310 peripheric heads, and Ø.016” for Series 112 centric boring heads.
When one variable can make an impact on the result, as in metalworking, it’s a good idea to eliminate as many as possible. Each BIG KAISER part is built to fit precisely and work specifically within each finished product.
If there’s anything we love as much as the sound of those engines, it’s the manufacturing technology and know-how that go into making high-performance, race-winning cars. Together with Team Penske, and just in time for the 2020 season start at Daytona, we are launching a series of short videos to talk machine shop.
John Saunders, a machinist and shop owner known for running the most popular YouTube channel on CNC machining, used his platform to speak about BIG KAISER’s Digital Boring Head, a tool that is known for machining thousands of holes with absolute precision.