horizontal boring machine

horizontal boring machine

[‚här·ə′zänt·əl ′bȯr·iŋ mə‚shēn]
(mechanical engineering)
A boring machine adapted for work not conveniently revolved, for milling, slotting, drilling, tapping, boring, and reaming long holes and for making interchangeable parts that must be produced without jigs and fixtures.
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Tenders are invited for Inspection dismantling lifting shifting and re installation of 6 axis cnc horizontal boring machine within fitting and machine shop
Supply of different workshop equipment including a steel mill, also a horizontal boring machine.
Corus used a large horizontal boring machine and had to construct spider structures to brace the two halves of the girdle.
Because the plates are so big and heavy, the company naturally ran them lying flat for stability on the only machine in the shop with a bed large enough to handle them--a Union horizontal boring machine.
A horizontal boring machine would normally cost about $2,500, but he constructed one using a $200 lathe and materials they had on hand.
The horizontal boring machine from Delta Int'l Machinery has been designed for cabinet and furniture shops and can perform repetitive boring operations quickly, according to the company.
Tenders Are Invited For Magnetic Linear Scale With Inter Connecting Cable And Dro Required For W100 Horizontal Boring Machine (E Tender)
The machine tool available was a horizontal boring machine with CAT 50 spindle.
As early as 1982, the Northwest Mining Machine Factory manufactured the first GLP-150 horizontal boring machine successfully for The Fourth Municipal Company of Beijing.
The Sicotte Model J-20 heavy-duty horizontal boring machine from Doucet Machineries Inc.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of horizontal boring machine
The principal parts of the horizontal boring machine are shown below.

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