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.
Deep hole boring comes with challenges created by the inevitable deflection that occurs when trying to finish a hole of a substantial depth. Various factors determine the best approach to solving the issue, and it’s important to consider all factors before choosing a solution for your boring needs.
Aerospace is unique among industries in its thirst for component accuracy with ‘blemish-free’ precision. Unlike any other industry, anything that goes into the air has to be on spec, as the smallest imperfection in machining can adversely affect flight safety.
Our most widely used finish boring system, KAISER Series 112, features a high precision boring head with a center-mount boring bar or boring bar/insert holder combo with a predefined fixed offset designed to bore one specific size.
We have been asking some of our product experts what sorts of trends they were hearing about in our booth, what products have been gaining momentum, and we received a variety of well-thought out answers – but we’ll get to those in the next blog post.