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Machine Tool Rebuilder

Machine Tool Rebuilder

Older Machine tools offer many advantages over newer equipment. They've proven their reliability. Their cast-iron construction usually exceeds that of new machine tools by 30-50%. Also, their basic designs make service and maintenance easy.

The accuracy and performance of a machine tool depends on its moving parts having smooth, true surfaces, proper alignment and fit, and gears and lead screws that turn within correct tolerances. Quality machine tool rebuilding is a craft that relies on expert machine tool specialists.

TMI craftsmen have been rebuilding CNC and manual machine tools for more than 30 years and they have helped build our reputation for delivering the highest quality work available in machine tool remanufacturing.

  • Boring Mills

    Boring is the process of enlarging a hole that has already been drilled or cast by means of a boring head or cutting tool. Several Machines can perform this function depending on the size of the part.

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  • Precision Grinders

    Today's tool and cutter grinder is typically a CNC machine tool, usually 4, 5, or 6 axes, which produces end mills, drills, etc. which are widely used in the metal cutting industry.

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  • CNC Machining Centers

    Computer numerical controlled (CNC) machine tools are the best tools to use for automated machining. The machines can be as simple as a drilling machine that drills a hole repeatedly or they can be huge complex devices that can machine large cylinder blocks in multiple designs.

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  • Milling Machines

    A milling machine is a machine tool used to machine solid materials. Milling machines are often classed in two basic forms, horizontal and vertical, which refer to the orientation of the main spindle.

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  • Precision Lathes

    The Lathe is often called the King of all tools due to its versatility being able to add attachments for more operations.

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