Centering Machine

centering machine

[′sen·tə·riŋ ma′shēn]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine for drilling and countersinking work to be turned on a lathe.

Centering Machine

 

a metal-cutting machine tool; a drill tool used for centering. In operation, a centering machine usually centers and simultaneously cuts off the face ends of the bar.

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A facing and centering machine is quick and easy and the increased accuracy of a single turning operation makes using a face driver an efficient method for shaft production.
The camshaft cell makes use of a CE-30 mill and centering machine and a GN-30TTS four-axis turning machine.
The EM machine offers increased flexibility over conventional facing and centering machines, allowing for several operations to be performed on the workpiece in one clamping.