Machining
 

Machining is a method of processing of metal elements, which bases on removing fragments of the workpiece with a cutting tool. There are two basic types of machining: conventional machining, where the number and shape of cutting tools is strictly defined, and abrasive with no specified number or geometry of the blades.

 

The first method removes material in a form of metal shavings. The most popular type of conventional machining is turning, carried out with conventional and automated turning machines (lathes). The workpiece rotates and lathe tool moves towards the workpiece. This way we produce elements such as cylinders, spheres and cones. We offer shaping of elements up to 55 millimetres diameter and processing of bars and tubes on automatic lathes.


One of the quickest and most efficient methods is milling, carried out with multi-purpose milling machines, equipped with milling cutters, i.e. multi-blade tools. In this case, tool is being rotated, while workpiece is moved towards the tool. This method is perfect for forming gears, cubes, holes, grooves and channels. There are several types of milling, the main difference is a geometry of tools and the arrangement of blades. This method of machining is quick and efficient, with maintained precision and repeatability of the manufactured elements.


Our machinery park also includes other machining devices. Band and circular saws are mostly used for cutting of bars, pipes or metal profiles. Single and multi-spindle pillar drilling machines are used for drilling, reaming, bevelling, chamfering and boring. We also process threads on automatic threading machines.


Mechanical processing ensures high precision and almost unlimited possibilities with relatively low costs. Modern machines are numerically controlled, which not only accelerates work, but also improves its comfort and efficiency.