Heavy Duty Drilling Machine

The drilling machine is one of the highly researched and developed machine tools in the drilling sector. Due to its multitasking functionality and convenient design, drilling machines can handle various types of boring tasks in one stop with other tooling and accessories. The heavy duty drilling machine has greater torque and working capacity and can drill holes on stiff and thick workpieces with multiple tools and accessories.

Since drilling machines evolved from milling machines in the early 20th century, they contain several mill tools’ features. Since then, diversified machining centers have been widely used in various industries for precision machining and have made extensive contributions to industrial achievements. Drilling is never old fashioned but will only get more and more popular. So, the study of drilling and tapping tools will boom as well as the accessories.
The term CNC drilling machine or driller can refer to various computer numerical controlled drilling machines, including several essential accessories and tooling designed and assembled with the machinery, such as tool magazine, automatic tool changer (ATC), coordinate measuring machine (CMM), multi-axis working tables with various guide movement designs, and many other auxiliary accessories for tools. These accessories are to improve the accuracy and precision of the drilling or tapping processes. The development of machine tool accessories is professional in Taiwan.


Now, many drilling machines and drillers are not limited to drill, but to mill. Because market trends now require more usages of machine tools, such as drilling and boring machines, machine tools have to be versatile, and so do the cutting tools. Generally, the tapping, milling, and drilling processes performed on a single machine can already meet some machining requirements.

The performance depends on the different tracks installed on the axis that machining tools move around the workpiece. The number of axes depends on the actual needs in a machining process. Unlike turning, tapping, milling and drilling cover numerous operations, ranging from processing a single tiny part to heavy-duty milling tasks. Tools involved are suitable for the specific tapping, milling, and drilling tasks.
It is also similar to turning in some ways. Tapping, milling, and drilling are the most widely used machining methods, which provide precise tolerances within rigid standards. The research and development of milling methods and milling tools are valued highly in the industry due to their ability and effectiveness in processing workpieces with complex contours and depths. It is hard to achieve with conventional machine tools.
As the milling and drilling technology advances, new machining methods have emerged, and one of the most popular and widely used gadgets is the machining center. The machining centers are highly developed machine tools that can handle milling, drilling, and boring tasks simultaneously with the tools installed for many tasks such as tapping.
Due to the increasing demand from the aerospace and automotive industries in the United States, machining centers evolved from milling machines or other related machine tools in the 1960s. Later, this trend spread and became popular in industrial markets around the world.

Control System

All machine tools used to operate manually in the past. However, machine tool automation renders numerical control technology to take control over machine tools and cutting tools. This very development has become more and more crucial in the entire industrial field. With machine tool automation, machining centers are employed widely in various industries.
Milling is the process of removing material by advancing rotating tools into one or more workpieces. The milling tool can cut in different directions. In addition to turning, milling also involves many operations, ranging from single tiny parts to heavy and large milling tasks. Similar to turning, milling is one of the most commonly used machining methods. Compared with other methods, it can provide more precise tolerances with the tools’ machining.
Drilling is the process of drilling holes in a workpiece that has been cast or cut, such as drilling holes in ventilation holes or rough drilling on engine cylinders. Through the subsequent boring process, higher hole diameter accuracy can be obtained with the tools, and tapered holes with specific specifications can also be formed. From a machining point of view, drilling is considered internal diameter machining during turning. The drilling bit is supported at both ends or only at one end.
Heavy-duty drilling machines with CNC systems can perform multiple tasks and create maximum profits for the production line. Therefore, most manufacturing plants now use this control system to handle the machines and the tools.

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