CNC boring is a technique that accurately enlarges a pre-drilled or cast hole. From kitchen appliances to construction, this method is commonly used in a variety of industrial processes.
CNC boring is the act of enlarging an already drilled or cast hole to a specific diameter. Because of its accuracy, it’s often preferable to drilling.
This process is mainly accomplished with machines like lathes, boring mills, and jig borers, and they come in many different forms, such as horizontal, vertical, and even material-specific machines. Boring jobs for smaller workpieces tend to be on a lathe while boring jobs for larger workpieces are carried out on boring mills.
In certain industries, a standard boring bar and boring mill, are just too large in size to carry out a job. This is when it goes down to a lathe. You can then use specific tools designed for working in small bores. These tools are made for the high-tech, medical & small components industries. They can be used in machining centres, or with conventional machines.
These are known, quite simply, as Tiny Tools.
Tiny Tools are a family of tools designed for working in small bores. These tools are made for the high-tech, medical & small components industries. They can be used in machining centres, or with conventional machines.
All of our Tiny Tools include through-coolant, enabling the cooling fluid to reach the cutting edge efficiently.
They can be used for a variety of applications, including Grooving, Chamfering, Profiling, Boring, Parting, Broaching & More, all at extremely high precision.