angular milling

angular milling

[′aŋ·gyə·lər ′mil·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Milling surfaces that are flat and at an angle to the axis of the spindle of the milling machine.
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Together with the adjustable head mounting options for angular milling and the different tooling options, a wide range of milling jobs can be fulfilled.
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The adjustable live tool holders also permit angular milling and drilling.
These axes increase the machine's cutting capabilities including crosscut and angular milling, off-center drilling, boring, and tapping.
This system provides automatic toolchanging for both machines from a single magazine, and automatic head-changing for angular milling and boring, grinding, contour facing, multiple spindles, special heads.