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STANDARD HB-110A Horizontal Boring Mill with Ø110mm Spindle

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*Mills are built on order, delivery is approx 9~14 weeks
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Description

Our Horizontal Boring Mill is used for precise boring and milling operations. It typically consists of a base, a column, a spindle head that moves in a horizontal direction, and a rotating table that is mounted on top of the base.

The Ø110mm spindle refers to the diameter of the spindle, which is the part of the machine that holds and rotates the cutting tool. This size is typically suitable for medium-sized workpieces and can handle a variety of cutting tools, including drills, reamers, and end mills.

The spindle head is mounted on a moving column, which allows it to travel along the X-axis, or horizontally. The table, which rotates on the base, can also be moved along the Y-axis, or vertically, allowing for precise positioning of the workpiece. The combination of these two axes of movement allows for a wide range of cutting operations, from drilling and boring to milling and reaming.

A Horizontal Boring Mill with a Ø110mm spindle is often used in the production of large, heavy components for a variety of industries, including aerospace, energy, and manufacturing. The precise and versatile cutting capabilities of this type of machine make it an important tool for producing high-quality and accurate components.

Specifications
  • Spindle
    • Diameter - Ø110mm = 4.33in
    • Speeds - 22 Steps
    • Speed Range - 8-1000rpm
    • Taper - MT6
    • Motor - 7.5Kw = 10hP
    • Torque - 1225Nm = 905 ft-lb
  • Worktable
    • Size - 1100x960mm = 43.3 x 37.8 in
    • Table load - 5000kg = 11.023 lbs
  • Travels
    • X-Axis Travel - 900mm = 35.4 in
    • Y-Axis Travel - 900mm = 35.4in
    • Z-Axis Travel - 1400mm = 55.1 in
    • W-Axis Travel - 600mm (Quill / Spindle Travel) = 23.6 in
    • B-Axis Table Rotation - 360° Degrees
    • U-Axis Facing head travel - 180mm = 7.1 in
  • Facing Head
    • Head Diameter - Ø600mm = 23.6 in
    • Speeds - 18 Steps
    • Speed Range - 4-200rpm
    • Torque - 1960Nm = 1443 ft-lb
  • Dimensions - 4910x2454x2750mm = 193.3 x 96.6 x 108.3 in
  • Weight - 11 500kg = 25,353lbs
Standard Features
  • Facing Head
  • DRO System on X+Y-Axis
  • Manual Table Rotation
  • Mounting Feet
  • Manual and Toolbox
Optional Accessories
  • Tailstock
  • DRO System for B-axis (Table Rotation)
  • DRO System for Z-Axis (Head Height travel)
Delivery

Delivery is 12-16 Weeks from Deposit
Strictly a Build on Demand product

How to use a Horizontal Boring Mill with Ø110mm Spindle

Using a Horizontal Boring Mill with a Ø110mm spindle typically involves the following steps:

  1. Setup: Before starting, ensure that the machine is properly leveled and the cutting tools are sharp and securely clamped in the spindle. Then, secure the workpiece to the rotating table and adjust the table and spindle head to the correct position for the desired cutting operation.

  2. Programing: The machine may be operated manually or through a numerical control (NC) system, which allows for pre-programming of the cutting operations. If using NC, enter the necessary cutting parameters, such as spindle speed, feed rate, and cutting depth, into the control panel.

  3. Cutting: Start the machine and begin the cutting operation. The spindle head will move horizontally along the X-axis, and the table will rotate and move vertically along the Y-axis as necessary. Monitor the cutting operation regularly to ensure that it is proceeding as planned.

  4. Adjustments: If necessary, make adjustments to the cutting parameters during the operation to improve the accuracy and quality of the cut. For example, if the cutting tool is dull, slow down the feed rate to prolong tool life.

  5. Finishing: Once the cutting operation is complete, turn off the machine and remove the finished component from the table. Clean and inspect the cutting tool and make any necessary adjustments for the next cutting operation.

It is important to follow proper safety procedures when using a Horizontal Boring Mill with a Ø110mm spindle. This includes wearing appropriate personal protective equipment, such as eye and ear protection, and following the manufacturer's instructions for operating the machine safely. Additionally, it is essential to have proper training and knowledge of machine operation before attempting to use the machine.

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Description

Our Horizontal Boring Mill is used for precise boring and milling operations. It typically consists of a base, a column, a spindle head that moves in a horizontal direction, and a rotating table that is mounted on top of the base.

The Ø110mm spindle refers to the diameter of the spindle, which is the part of the machine that holds and rotates the cutting tool. This size is typically suitable for medium-sized workpieces and can handle a variety of cutting tools, including drills, reamers, and end mills.

The spindle head is mounted on a moving column, which allows it to travel along the X-axis, or horizontally. The table, which rotates on the base, can also be moved along the Y-axis, or vertically, allowing for precise positioning of the workpiece. The combination of these two axes of movement allows for a wide range of cutting operations, from drilling and boring to milling and reaming.

A Horizontal Boring Mill with a Ø110mm spindle is often used in the production of large, heavy components for a variety of industries, including aerospace, energy, and manufacturing. The precise and versatile cutting capabilities of this type of machine make it an important tool for producing high-quality and accurate components.

Specifications
  • Spindle
    • Diameter - Ø110mm = 4.33in
    • Speeds - 22 Steps
    • Speed Range - 8-1000rpm
    • Taper - MT6
    • Motor - 7.5Kw = 10hP
    • Torque - 1225Nm = 905 ft-lb
  • Worktable
    • Size - 1100x960mm = 43.3 x 37.8 in
    • Table load - 5000kg = 11.023 lbs
  • Travels
    • X-Axis Travel - 900mm = 35.4 in
    • Y-Axis Travel - 900mm = 35.4in
    • Z-Axis Travel - 1400mm = 55.1 in
    • W-Axis Travel - 600mm (Quill / Spindle Travel) = 23.6 in
    • B-Axis Table Rotation - 360° Degrees
    • U-Axis Facing head travel - 180mm = 7.1 in
  • Facing Head
    • Head Diameter - Ø600mm = 23.6 in
    • Speeds - 18 Steps
    • Speed Range - 4-200rpm
    • Torque - 1960Nm = 1443 ft-lb
  • Dimensions - 4910x2454x2750mm = 193.3 x 96.6 x 108.3 in
  • Weight - 11 500kg = 25,353lbs
Standard Features
  • Facing Head
  • DRO System on X+Y-Axis
  • Manual Table Rotation
  • Mounting Feet
  • Manual and Toolbox
Optional Accessories
  • Tailstock
  • DRO System for B-axis (Table Rotation)
  • DRO System for Z-Axis (Head Height travel)
Delivery

Delivery is 12-16 Weeks from Deposit
Strictly a Build on Demand product

How to use a Horizontal Boring Mill with Ø110mm Spindle

Using a Horizontal Boring Mill with a Ø110mm spindle typically involves the following steps:

  1. Setup: Before starting, ensure that the machine is properly leveled and the cutting tools are sharp and securely clamped in the spindle. Then, secure the workpiece to the rotating table and adjust the table and spindle head to the correct position for the desired cutting operation.

  2. Programing: The machine may be operated manually or through a numerical control (NC) system, which allows for pre-programming of the cutting operations. If using NC, enter the necessary cutting parameters, such as spindle speed, feed rate, and cutting depth, into the control panel.

  3. Cutting: Start the machine and begin the cutting operation. The spindle head will move horizontally along the X-axis, and the table will rotate and move vertically along the Y-axis as necessary. Monitor the cutting operation regularly to ensure that it is proceeding as planned.

  4. Adjustments: If necessary, make adjustments to the cutting parameters during the operation to improve the accuracy and quality of the cut. For example, if the cutting tool is dull, slow down the feed rate to prolong tool life.

  5. Finishing: Once the cutting operation is complete, turn off the machine and remove the finished component from the table. Clean and inspect the cutting tool and make any necessary adjustments for the next cutting operation.

It is important to follow proper safety procedures when using a Horizontal Boring Mill with a Ø110mm spindle. This includes wearing appropriate personal protective equipment, such as eye and ear protection, and following the manufacturer's instructions for operating the machine safely. Additionally, it is essential to have proper training and knowledge of machine operation before attempting to use the machine.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*