While our CNC boring bars are ideal for heavy duty, close tolerance operations; our manual bars are just as accurate and better suited for lower volume projects.
We accurately mill surfaces, bore holes, drill and tap, or cut large cavities in work pieces weighing up to 20 tons on our CNC boring bars.
TOS WHQ 13 is the largest table type boring mill.
Our Toshiba BTD-200QH boring bars, equipped with probes and a full “B” pallet system, enable us to cost effectively run production parts with a positioning accuracy of +1/-.0003 mm.
For continuous 4-axis machining operations, we make use of our BP-130R and BTD-110.R16 CNC boring bars with probes and full rotary tables.
CNC Boring Bars
CNC Max: 196.85″
Manual Boring Bars
Manual Max: X: 160″ Y: 66″
TOS WHQ 13
Heid TS Inferred Probe
Maximum Workpiece Weight: 20 T
Table Size: 70.86″ x 98.42″
X-travel: 196.85″, Y-travel: 118.11″, Z-travel: 78.75
Full “B” With Probe
Table Size: 70.8″ X 86.6″
X-travel: 160″, Y-travel: 100″, Z-travel: 60″
Toshiba BTD-200QH (2)
Full “B” Pallet System with Probe
Two 40″ x 48″ Tables
X-travel: 59.1″, Y-travel: 47.2″, Z-travel: 27.6″
Full “B” Probe
Table Size: 55.1″ x 63″
X-travel: 78.7″, Y-travel: 59.1″, Z-travel: 57.1″
TOS WHQ 13
Table Size: 70.8 x 86.6″
X-travel: 137.8″, Y-travel: 98.4″, Z-travel: 49.21″
SCHARMANN Dekamat WF 100
Fixed Table: 50″ x 144″
Two 60″ x 80″ Rotary Tables
X-travel: 160″, Y-travel: 60″, Z-travel: 80″
Table Size: 55″ x 60″
X-travel: 75″, Y-travel: 66″, Z-travel: 52″
Rotary Table: 59.75″ x 66.75″
X-travel: 76″, Y-travel: 65″, Z-travel: 60″
Table Size: 55″ x 72″
X-travel: 78″, Y-travel: 65″, Z-travel: 50″
Energy Field Parts
Packaging & Printing
Pipeline & Pipeline Repair
We can produce prototype and one-off runs to high volume production numbers; however, our niche remains in low volume, large part machining.
Lead time is typically 4 weeks.
We currently use Solidworks, AutoCad and Mastercam programming with direct control link. Our computer system is networked to all manufacturing phases.
Documents and file transfer via e-mail include: quotes, drawings, photos, spread sheets, 3D models/assemblies and CAD files.
Accepted drawing formats include: .igs/.iges
DXF – Drawing Interchange Format or Drawing Exchange Format
SolidWorks (SLDPRT, SLDDRW, SLDDRT)
STEP – Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data