Milling production involves the manufacture of workpieces with a geometrically defined shape. During the milling process, material is removed from the blank of the workpiece. The milling tool rotates around its own axis at high speed and thus produces material removal in the form of chips. Meanwhile, the tool either traverses the contour to be milled or the workpiece is moved so that it can mill the corresponding shape from the material. Smooth surfaces in particular are produced by the milling technique. Both simple shapes, as well as more complex three-dimensional shapes, can be produced with our modern milling machines.
Milling has been a popular manufacturing process for producing workpieces since the 19th century. The process is carried out by machine. During milling, the cutting edges are not constantly in contact with the workpiece. They penetrate the material and remove chips in the process. Afterwards, they detach from the workpiece again. This process is called interrupted cutting. Due to the breaks in contact, the cutting edges do not heat up too much and can cool down. We also offer HSC milling for graphite and copper electrodes with our milling technology.
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