New and Used Milling Machines
A machine tool used to machine solid materials.
|Millers, Bed Type|
A machine tool used to machine solid materials. The table moves only perpendicular to the spindle's axis, while the spindle itself moves parallel to its own axis.
|Millers, Bench Top|
|Millers, Copy Tracer|
|Millers, Diamond Tool|
|Millers, Horizontal, Plain|
A horizontal mill has the same sort of xy table, but the cutters are mounted on a horizontal arbor across the table.
|Millers, Horizontal, Universal|
A horizontal mill has the same sort of xy table, but the cutters are mounted on a horizontal arbor across the table.Many horizontal mills also feature a built-in rotary table that allows milling at various angles; this feature is called a universal table.
|Millers, Pattern Makers|
|Millers, Planer Type|
Large mills built in the same configuration as planers except with a milling spindle instead of a planing head.
|Millers, Production, Duplex|
|Millers, Production, Simplex (Hor.)|
|Millers, Production, Triplex|
|Millers, Ram Type, Horiz & Vert|
Mill that has a cutting head mounted on a sliding ram. The spindle can be oriented either vertically or horizontally.
A machine tool used to machine solid materials.The spindle axis is vertically oriented.
|Millers, Vertical & Horizontal|
|Milling & Drilling Machines (Combo)|
Mill drills are a lighter alternative to a milling machine. They combine a drill press (belt driven) with the X/Y coordinate abilities of the milling machine's table and a locking collet that ensures that the cutting tool will not fall from the spindle when lateral forces are experienced against the bit.
A planer having the crossrail supported by a housing on one side only.
An automated router, either wood routers or metal routers, whose toolpaths can be controlled via computer numerical control.
A type of machine tool that uses linear relative motion between the workpiece and a single-point cutting tool to machine a linear toolpath.