VIDEO: The Machining Might of a Tarus DHDM

This deep hole drilling machine is big. It also has big machining capabilities.

In mold and die, very large, heavy blocks of aluminum and
steel need to be milled. With so much bulk, it makes sense to do as much as
possible in one operation. The solution is a deep hole drilling machine, which
can drill up to 83 inches, as well as tapping, chamfering, spot facing,
counterboring, slot cutting and compound thread milling. With the right cutter,
this mill can even face off a block or rough out sections.

In mold and die, this machine is used to save time for large
automotive molds like fascia or bumpers, as well as molds for packaging, which
require smaller cavities in higher quantities. Watch the video below to see
Brad Kleinow, service manager at Tarus, discuss the capabilities and advantages
of this impressive piece of engineering.

For more on deep hole drilling machines, check out the
UNISIG machine in this
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