Hone-All Precision offers deep hole boring service for difficult to machine alloys
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Using its recently purchased Boehringer VDF B3 deep-hole borer, subcontractor Hone-All Precision is able to bore through-holes of up to 140mm diameter in difficult-to-machine materials such as Inconel.
Other challenging or unusual materials machined by Hone-All Precision include 4140 and 17/4PH stainless steel, Ferrulium, Staballoy, Datalloy and other high-specification alloys.
Typical oil and gas components machined by the subcontractor include tubing hangers, turbine housings, rotors, flow tubes, sample bottles, manifolds and high-pressure assemblies.
Hone-All Precision offers a variety of in-house services that include honing, deep-hole boring, gun drilling, turning, grinding,milling and EDM drilling.
Hone-All Precision can machine a range of components for the oil and gas, aerospace and motor sport industries, including tubing hangers, turbine housings, rotors, flow tubes, sample bottles, manifolds and high-pressure assemblies.
Machining subcontractor Hone-All Precision provides honing, gun drilling and deep hole-boring services for the aerospace industry.
Machining subcontractor Hone-All Precision can complete a range of operations for clients, including honing, milling, turning, grinding, gun drilling and EDM drilling for a range of applications within sectors such as aerospace and energy.
Hone-All Precision has relocated its subcontract machining operations to larger refurbished premises in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire.
To cope with increasing demand for turned and honed products, a honing company has expanded its CNC turning capacity and had one of its deep-hole borers refurbished after installing a second.