Horizontal Boring Machines

A horizontal boring mill is a machine tool that drills holes in a horizontal direction, and there are three types including floor, table, and planer. The difference between a horizontal boring mill and a vertical boring mill is that a horizontal mill’s workpiece is stationary, and the tool turns. A vertical boring mill will have a stationary tool while the workpiece turns. A horizontal boring mill allows for more versatility because the machine tool doesn’t limit part sizes. Boring mills allow for extremely large parts to be easily machined and allows end users to reach small cavities.

 

 

 

Floor & Table Type Horizontal Boring Mills

KRC Machine Tool Solutions specializes in distributing and repairing floor and table type horizontal boring mills. Although these boring mills are primarily used to drill holes into large parts, they’re also used for turning and milling workpieces. These boring mills are used for heavy-duty, industrial applications because of their ability to shape large components. While a table type boring mill has a table attached to the machine that moves in two axes, a floor type does not have a table but moves on floor plates.

KRC is a premier machine tool rebuilder, retrofitter, service provider and we are now proud to offer new & used CNC horizontal boring mills, including floor type boring mill machines and table type boring mill machines, through our partner Lazzati.

 

Giddings and Lewis G60 TX 6" Bar Horizontal Boring Mill
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Lazzati Boring Machines
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The KRC Difference

We combine quality materials with innovative engineering methods and efficient assembly techniques when developing client-specific machining solutions. Our team will work with you to design the system that fits your identified market, function, budget and deadline. Our abilities include:

  • Latest solid-modeling tools and dynamic finite element analysis
  • In-house controls design and commercial-off-the-shelf CNC controls integration 
  • High-level language compilers and computers are used for software development
  • All servo systems are designed with servo sizing and analysis software
  • Any new design is thoroughly tested and simulated for range and interference, stiffness and deflections, fatigue, and servo performance before the build 
  • Software is developed and validated on test benches prior to machine implementation

 

Who We Serve

Boring mills are used in a variety of industries including:

  • Aerospace
  • General Machining
  • Construction
  • Energy
  • Automotive/Transportation
  • Oil & Gas

Contact Us

Many clients rely upon KRC Machine Tool Solutions because we overcome difficult challenges with sound, simple results. We’ll meet your timeline and surpass your objectives. Contact us for more information about our specialty machine solutions.