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  • Pros and Cons of Single-Pass Boring

    Pros and Cons of Single-Pass Boring0

    Boring is a common process used in the manufacturing industry. Not to be confused with drilling, it involves the use of a cutting tool or bit to enlarge an existing hole in a workpiece. While some boring processes require multiple passes of the respective cutting tool or bit, others only require a single pass. Known

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  • Single-Pass vs Multi-Stroke Boring: What’s the Difference?

    Single-Pass vs Multi-Stroke Boring: What’s the Difference?0

    Boring is a common machining process that involves the use of a cutting tool to enlarge an existing hole in a workpiece. If a workpiece has a hole that requires enlarging, a manufacturing company may “bore” it. It’s typically performed using either a lathe or milling machine, though there specialized boring machines designed for this

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  • The Not-So-Boring Side of Machine Boring

    The Not-So-Boring Side of Machine Boring0

    While the word “boring” is most commonly used to describe a dull, monotonous or otherwise uninteresting task, it also refers to a machining process in which an existing hole in a workpiece is expanded using a boring machine. Machine boring has been around since the mid- to late 1700s, during which American entrepreneur John Wilkinson

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