What types of parts can be machined by turning, milling and boring?
The lathe is a machine tool that is mainly machined and cut with a turning tool for machining various rotary surfaces. On the lathe, you can turn the inner and outer cylindrical surface, conical surface, car end surface, grooving, cutting, threading, knurling, or use a variety of hole machining tools (drills, reaming drills, reamers, taps, etc.) , reaming, reaming, tapping, etc., or machining a larger inner hole surface with a trowel, grinding, grinding, polishing, etc.
Milling refers to the machining of a variety of surfaces or grooves on a workpiece with a rotating milling cutter. Milling is often used to machine planes, steps, grooves, forming surfaces, threads, keyways and cuts. The planar machining of materials of non-ferrous materials is almost entirely milled.
The boring processing of the boring machine refers to the processing method of cutting the existing prefabricated holes on the workpiece by using a boring tool. Boring is mainly used to machine holes with a diameter of 80mm or more, ring grooves in the hole and holes with high positional accuracy. It can also drill, ream, ream, and mill planes.