Horizontal Boring Mill Offers More Standard Features

Hurco’s HBMX55i horizontal boring mill features a small footprint of 220.37" × 207.28" but large work envelope of 55.1" × 55.7" × 43.3".

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Hurco’s HBMX55i horizontal boring mill features a small footprint of 220.37" × 207.28" but large work envelope of 55.1" × 55.7" × 43.3". According to the company, the machine offers more tools and peripherals required for boring as standard features than similar universal-type boring mills, including a 4.33"-diameter quill that enables the use of shorter tools; a contouring 4th-axis rotary table; linear glass scales on the X, Y and Z axes to maintain thermal stability and increase accuracy; and a 60-tool automatic toolchanger.

The HBMX55i also offers a W stroke of 19", a geared-head spindle with two speeds and hardened box ways. It is powered by an integrated Hurco control that supports both ISO/EIA NC and conversational programming, and includes the company’s UltiMotion motion system.