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Milling Machines

The best listing for Milling Machines is here at The Green Book Directory. Our wide range of database will connect you to its related industry and associated information. We could help you find related products such as vertical, turret, bed type horizontal milling machines and other related classifications. A broad list of milling machine manufacturers, store, dealers, supplier, distributors, wholesalers, stockists and services can be found here to meet your purchasing needs.

Basic Listings

A-Tech Marketing Pte Ltd

9 Pandan Loop S(128227)

Introduction to Business Activities A-Tech Marketing is involved in the sales and servicing of metal working tools and machinery. Founded ...

Asia Masima Pte Ltd

48 Toh Guan Rd East #09-102 Enterprise Hub S(608586)

Asia Masima Pte Ltd offers the industry with a wide range of CNC machinery for the highest demand of our valuable customers. Whatever your ...

Champion Machine Tools (S) Pte Ltd

38 Woodlands Ind Pk E1 #01-05 Admiralty Ind Pk S(757700)

Fansida F E Pte Ltd

46 Lor 23 Geylang Fansida Bldg S(388375)

Flexspeed Technology Pte Ltd

Blk 211 Woodlands Ave 9 #06-79 Woodlands Spectrum II S(738960)

Fong Lee Singapore Pte Ltd

48 Toh Guan Rd East #06-141 Enterprise Hub S(608586)

Hsiu Fong Machinery (S) Pte Ltd

1007 Tai Seng Ave #01-2600 S(534411)

We provide Machine Tools including Hsiu Fong - EDM / Wire Cut Machines; Top Well - Milling Machines; Equiptop, Proth - Surface Grinding ...

Hup Hong Machinery (S) Pte Ltd

101 Kitchener Rd #01-12/14 Jln Besar Plaza S(208511)

Hup Hong Machinery (S) Pte Ltd has reached numerous milestones in the industry since our establishment in the year 1972. The passion, ...

Hurco (S E Asia) Pte Ltd

21 Toh Guan Rd East #01-06 Toh Guan Centre S(608609)

Milling machine in Singapore is quite in high demand especially by companies with production. Various companies needing metalwork ranging from aluminum to stainless steel would employ the use of such machinery. A milling machine can also be used in cutting wood and other solid materials. A milling machine is a power driven power tool that primarily shapes solid raw products to produce a finished one. Often automated, they are also capable of a number of cutting operations such as drilling, slot cutting, flycutting, precision boring, threading, grinding and more.

Traditional and manually operated machines are still found in a number of factories. However, most designs are now prepared using CAD systems where most of these milling machines are CNC-operated. A CNC operator controls tools with a use of computer which looks like a typical PC control but has unique software and console that set a machine apart from other systems. The tools that a CNC controls include lathes, mills, routers and grinders.

Milling machines can be classified according to their versatility and usefulness depending on their types:
• Column and knee type are the most common milling machines where the spindle to which the milling cutter is either vertical or horizontal. This type of machine has the following parts: work table, saddle, knee, overarm and head.
• Bed type has its table mounted directly on the bed which replaces the knee and is limited to longitudinal movement. These are mostly used in high production works.
• Rotary type can rotate from vertical to horizontal position, or vice-versa. With other machines, the worktable is moveable depending on the orientation needed for the cutting design.
• Tracer controlled machine reproduces parts from a model. They are mostly used in automotive and aerospace parts production because of the complex parts

Safety and Use
With any use of machine, safety and hazards should always be taken into account. Here are a few safety pointers:
1. Understand the proper procedure before operating a milling machine. Read and have proper training before operating it independently.
2. Remove all accessories including watches, jewelry or anything worn on the wrist. Use safety goggles all the time.
3. Work plan is important before starting the machine. Lay out the plan on what to do first and how to do them in order to have a smooth operation.
4. It is mandatory that you know where the OFF switch/button is.
5. When moving heavy attachments, seek assistance.
6. Always use a piece of cloth as protection whenever handling cutters with bare hands.
7. Floor must be kept clear of chips, sharp objects, or scraps whenever operating around the machine.
8. NEVER leave the machine running unattended.

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