Drilling & Milling Machine

The Drilling and Milling Machine is a machine tool that combines drilling, milling, boring, and grinding operations, and is used for processing small to medium-sized parts.

Drilling & Milling Machine

Brief Introduction

Main Features

The Drilling and Milling Machine adopts a belt drive system, which results in low noise operation. It is suitable for drilling, expanding, reaming, and milling on various materials. This machine has 12 speed shifts and a wide speed range, allowing it to handle all types of soft and hard materials commonly used.

The main spindle box and worktable can be adjusted both vertically and horizontally, and can also rotate around the column to increase its processing range. The machine is stable and strong, with a working table size of 585 x 190 mm. Additionally, it can be equipped with multiple axes for multi-axis drilling, expanding, reaming, etc.

The X, Y, and Z guide rails of the machine are subjected to super-audio quenching and grinding, ensuring stability and accuracy during operation. The worktable can be motorized in the X, Y, and Z directions, and can perform both vertical and horizontal milling functions.

The vertical spindle sleeve has both manual and micro-feed options. The table guide rail is also treated with super-audio quenching and grinding. The workbench is available in three types of feed: type A is three-way, type C is one-way, and type D is two-way.

The head of the drilling and milling machine features a shifting handle. Some models, such as the ZX6332 and ZX9124, come with two or three handles respectively.

What sets the handles apart from one another?

The primary purpose of the handle on a drilling and milling machine is to regulate the rotational speed of the machine head. There is no significant difference between the handles.

The two-handle model is the most widely available and highly regarded by customers for its quality and precision.

Structure Features

The drilling and milling machine features a table that can be adjusted in both longitudinal and lateral directions. The spindle is vertically aligned and the machine is designed as a desktop type, with an adjustable head that can be raised or lowered.

This machine offers a wide range of cutting capabilities, including drilling, milling, boring, grinding, and tapping. The headstock can be rotated 90° to the left or right in a vertical plane, and some models have the ability to rotate 45° to the left or right in the horizontal plane. Additionally, most models can be moved automatically in the longitudinal direction for increased efficiency.

The machine is well-designed for ease of use and maintenance. The workpieces produced on this machine meet IT8 precision and roughness standards.

Manual feeding is possible in both the vertical and horizontal directions, and the workbench also has the option for automatic feeding in both forward and reverse directions in both the vertical and horizontal planes. However, it is important to note that there is no safety device that functions as a limit stop.

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