Anyone who’s made holes understands the difficulties that can arise: vibration, wander and even breakage. When it comes to production-level volume, these issues become even more limiting. Many turn to helical interpolation with a mill as a reliable way to rough out holes. We’re here to tell you there’s a faster, easier option.
Learn how to trim once four-hour jobs down to just 40 minutes by turning to a simple, yet powerfully versatile, alternative to helical interpolation, in the recent Fabricating & Metalworking magazine column by BIG KAISER’s applications manager and KAISER product manager, Matt Tegelman.
The limitations of using milling tools to prepare holes for finishing become apparent as hole depth and volume increase. Enter the relatively simple and affordable twin cutter, which can solve this and virtually any other holemaking problem.
BIG KAISER has introduced the new, large diameter Kaiser 318 Series - a complete tooling system supporting a variety of aluminum and steel components optimized for twin cutter rough boring, precision finish boring and precision OD turning operations.