Milling is the process of using a rotating cutteing tool to remove material from a workpiece. The workpiece is positioned and secured on the table of the machine. The table is moved either by hand, with traverse and feed handles, or by CNC. Typically the table rises to meet the cutting tool or the cutting tool is lowered into the workpiece. Using the traverse and feed handles, the table can move forward, backward, left, and right while the cutting tool removes material. The operator is able to be very precice using measurements on the handles and/or table.
A mill drill is a lighter alternative to the milling machine, and are typically mounted on a workbench. They use belts to drive the cutting tool and due to the spindle having vertical movement, it is able to drill holes like a drill press.
- Table: 28 3/4" x 8 1/4"
- Spindle Stroke: 5"
- Spindle RPM: 105~1820 RPM
- Voltage: 110/220V AC / 1PH
- Motor: 1-1/2 HP, 110V/220V
- Table size: 30" L x 8" W
- Max. drilling capacity for cast iron: 1"
- Number of speeds: 9
- Motor: 2 HP / 230 V / 60HZ / 1PH
- Number of Speeds: 12
- Head Rotation: 360°
- Head Travel: 304.8 mm / 12 in