Deep drilling machines(23)

Deep-hole drilling machines are machines used to drill holes of a lenght at least ten times higher the diameter of the tool. Deep hole drilling can be performed by two different methods, the first method is called "gundrilling"", while the second method is called deep hole drilling "with BTA/STS tools". Both methods have strengths and are used according to the type of workpiece to be machined. The "gun drill" method uses tool called gundrill with internal oil lubrication. The swarf produced during drilling and the oil used are ejected through the external groove of the tool. In contrast, in the "BTA/STS tooling" method, both the oil and the swarf produced by drilling follow the reverse path of the first method. The oil is fed outside the cutting tool through adductors. This method is therefore limited to drilling in materials that have good machinability and sufficiently large diameters.

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Used Degen UTB 600E deep drilling machine

M1902946096
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Degen
UTB 600E
2000
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Used IXION TL 1004 deep drilling machine

M1802786793
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IXION
TL 1004
2009
on request
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Used DELTASERVICE BB2/CN deep drilling machine

M1802662141
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DELTASERVICE
BB2/CN
2008
on request
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Used 1 MAI PLOIESTI MGA 250x6000 deep drilling machine

M1802523795
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1 MAI PLOIESTI
MGA 250x6000
to be verified
on request
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Used BUCK TBFZ 2000 Gantry deep drilling machine

M1802519955
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BUCK
TBFZ 2000 Gantry
2006
on request
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Used SMFI 6000 deep drilling machine

M1802449216
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SMFI
6000
1976
on request
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Used TBT TE 10 - 500 deep drilling machine

M1802449089
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TBT
TE 10 - 500
to be verified
on request
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Used IXION TL 1001 deep drilling machine

M1802349397
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IXION
TL 1001
1998
on request
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Used IMSA MFBT 1500/51 deep drilling machine

M1802338142
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IMSA
MFBT 1500/51
2006
on request
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Used TBT TE 30 500 deep drilling machine

M1701047580
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TBT
TE 30 500
1982
on request
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Used IMSA 500 A deep drilling machine

M1701029280
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IMSA
500 A
2003
on request
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Used TBT HS 1 - 350 deep drilling machine

M1701018145
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TBT
HS 1 - 350
1989
on request
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Used GILDEMEISTER KNOLL 2 M 01-2-320 deep drilling machine

M1701017935
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GILDEMEISTER KNOLL
2 M 01-2-320
1985
on request
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Used TBT T 10-2-500-AS NC deep drilling machine

M1701017761
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TBT
T 10-2-500-AS NC
1993
on request
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Used GILDEMEISTER KNOLL M01 - 1000 KT - NC deep drilling machine

M1701017512
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GILDEMEISTER KNOLL
M01 - 1000 KT - NC
1982
on request
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Used TBT BWP 250 deep drilling machine

M1701017147
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TBT
BWP 250
1996
on request
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Used SIG B 30 / 16 deep drilling machine

M1701017027
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SIG
B 30 / 16
1965
on request
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Used MOLLART FMK deep drilling machine

M1600804773
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MOLLART
FMK
1994
on request
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Used TBT BWW 250 deep drilling machine

M1600517736
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TBT
BWW 250
1999
on request
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Used KRAMATORSK KJ1910 deep drilling machine

M1600209896
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KRAMATORSK
KJ1910
to be verified
on request
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Description

Deep-hole drilling machines are machines used to drill holes of a lenght at least ten times higher the diameter of the tool. Deep hole drilling can be performed by two different methods, the first method is called "gundrilling"", while the second method is called deep hole drilling "with BTA/STS tools". Both methods have strengths and are used according to the type of workpiece to be machined. The "gun drill" method uses tool called gundrill with internal oil lubrication. The swarf produced during drilling and the oil used are ejected through the external groove of the tool. In contrast, in the "BTA/STS tooling" method, both the oil and the swarf produced by drilling follow the reverse path of the first method. The oil is fed outside the cutting tool through adductors. This method is therefore limited to drilling in materials that have good machinability and sufficiently large diameters.