Horizontal Internal Broaching Machines designed for rigidity and stabilityJune 25, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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The Ohio Broach & Machine Company is an expert when it comes to broaching. The Willoughby, Ohio-based company not only manufactures new broaches, but it also sharpens and repairs worn broaches, designs and builds broaching machines, rebuilds and retools old broaching machines, and provides complete production broaching services.
Horizontal Internal Broaching Machines are among the high-quality machines the company produces, and various models are available to meet a wide range of customer needs, including:
- The “HC” model, which uses a close-grained, high-tensile, one-piece cast iron guide head; and
- The “HF” model, which employs a continuously welded and thermally stressed relieved fabricated steel guide head.
Each model is designed and constructed to assure the rigidity and stability required for precise tool tracking. And each one uses hardened and ground alloy steel machine ways to guide the machine pull head, which is equipped with precision ground wear pads that are easily accessible for replacement when necessary. All pull heads, in fact, can easily be adjusted for vertical tool alignment with the industry standard two-inch, eight-pitch female thread for broach puller attachment, the company explains. The rapid return of the broach pull head to its starting position is a standard feature on all of the company’s horizontal broach machine models.
A complete range of machines with standard strokes, tonnages and cutting seeds is available to meet just about every broaching need, from a five-ton capacity with a 20-inch stroke through to a 35-ton capacity with a 90-inch stroke.
Special machines are also available for exceptional broaching applications.
“Whatever your broaching requirement, you’ll get the same commitment to quality and attention to detail in everything we build for you,” the company says.
For more details about Ohio Broach Horizontal Broaching Machines, contact The Ohio Broach & Machine Company.