Vertical Boring Mills
Vertical boring mills are mainly used for turning, facing or boring large cylindrical workpieces and work much like a horizontal lathe stood on one end. Two vertical uprights are mounted to the back of the diameter of the table, which bolsters a cross rail. The cross rail can be maneuvered up and down on the support columns in order to accommodate various workpieces.
Large Part Vertical Boring Services
Withers Tool, Die and Manufacturing Company is well known for our ability to handle and machine large parts. In fact, we are the only machine shop in the Southeast that has a vertical boring mill (or vertical turning lathe) of this size, so our capacity is unparalleled here for large part machining.
The vertical boring mill at Withers Tool, Die and Manufacturing has a 96″ diameter table and clearance under the rail of 90″. Parts up to 105″ can be turned on this machine. It is also equipped with a tool touch off probe for calibrating tooling on the machine and a Reneshaw probe for measuring parts on the machine.
Examples of Vertical Boring Work/Jobs We Do
- Handling and machining large parts, turbine casings, ring gear blanks, water turbine runners, flanges for large pipe, machine tool tables and more
- Heat Treating
- Keyway Cutting
- Plate Straightening
- Shaft Press
- Mold and Die Repair
- Machine Assembly