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A CNC lathe machine might be the only machine you need

A CNC lathe machine might be the only machine you need!

New in CNC machining and would like to learn more about CNC machining? In fact, there were so many types of CNC machines, and today we will deal with only one type, that is, CNC lathe machines.

Jul 7, 2020

Machining Parts for the Aerospace Industry

Machining parts that are meant for the aerospace industry requires some of the highest quality standards.

Jul 6, 2020

CNC 5 Axis Milling Leading The Way To Higher Efficiency Machining

About 20 years ago, stores wondered why they should switch from manual milling machines to CNC machines. The investment scenario for 5-axis CNC machining technology is similar. Those who did not switch to CNC finally fell behind. In every company, investing in the latest technologies is a condition for staying on top and competing effectively.

Jul 6, 2020

Booster Pump - Booster Pumps Are A Big Helper In The House

A booster pump is a machine that will increase fluid pressure. They can be used with liquids or gases, but the construction details will vary depending on the fluid. The gas booster is similar to a gas compressor, but in general it is a simpler mechanism, which often has only one compression ratio, and serves to increase gas pressure already above ambient pressure. Two-stage boosters were also made. Boosters can be used to increase gas pressure, carry gas under high pressure, charge gas cylinders and purify.

Jul 3, 2020

Boring Machinery, An Inside Look at A Key Machine Tool for Your Workshop

In machining, boring is the process of enlarging a hole that has already been drilled (or cast) by means of a single-point cutting tool (or of a boring head containing several such tools), such as in boring a gun barrel or an engine cylinder. Boring is used to achieve greater accuracy of the diameter of a hole, and can be used to cut a tapered hole. Boring can be viewed as the internal-diameter counterpart to turning, which cuts external diameters.

Jul 3, 2020

The Surprising Thing About Submersible Pumps

Submersible pumps are so named because they are intended for immersion in liquids. Sometimes submersible pumps are called "electric submersible pumps" or "ESPs". Because they must be submerged, they are not subject to pump cavitation, which occurs when there is a large height difference between the fluid surface and the pump.

Jul 2, 2020
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