Bhavya Machine Tools Presents Grinding Machine, Slotting Machine & Shaping Machine

Machine tools are widely used tool room machineries across the industries. As an industry leader in manufacturing machine tools in various sizes and standard materials for rough & tough usage. There is a high demand of tool room, lathe, drill, sheet metal, wood working and press brakes from us. These tools are very much useful in steel, metal, wood, automobile and rubber industries for various functions of cutting, shaping, banding and smoothing effects on metals, woods and other solid materials.

Tool & Cutter Grinding is a part of heavy SPM machinery is used for cutting and grinding the tools and metal sheets to sharpen the edge. We offer the versatile and durable cutter & grinder for easy and accurate functions. The cutter diameter for grinding is maximum 250mm with max. Distance between centers is 300mm. This is very high quality tools for prompt cutting and grinding execution of tools and sheet metal tools. The most important feature are sturdy made from quality raw materials give stable and vibration free operation experience. It is used for bulk production, the size and designs are standard based on the applications. These are heavy duty operational equipment for long duration. For further details about the grinding machine – visit: http://www.bhavyamachinetools.com/spm-a-heavy-machine/tool-a-cutter-grinding.html

We offer other exclusive machine tools – slotting machine used in automotive, furniture, construction and electrical industries. The main function is to shape or cut the materials, to make slots on the screw heads, wood screws, bolts and other industrial components. The incorporated advanced technology have made the slotting more special tools available in different strokes ranging from 10 to 150mm and 10 to 250mm.

Another important product deputed by Bhavya Machine tools is shaping machine. The name of this machine is same as it is used in shaping metals and materials for straight and flat metal surfaces. This machine can be effectively applied on various metals like cutting steel, aluminium, ferrous and non-ferrous metals in variety of curves, angles and shapes.

 

 

 

About Bhavya Machine Tools

We are leading tools manufacturer in India offering diverse models of workshop, sheet metal, wood working, automobile & garage, plastic & printing, welding, food processing, sheet bending, shaping, lathe, automatic CNC milling, press brake, power press machines etc. For more details visit http://www.bhavyamachinetools.com or contact at

A-601, 6th Floor, Sapath-4, Opp. Karnavati Club,

S.G. Highway Road, Satellite,

Ahmedabad-380 051,

Gujarat. (India).

Phone: +91-79-4024 2800, +91 – 79 – 3007 4560

Bhavya Machine Tools introduces Bandsaw Machines for Size Ranges 175mm to 450mm

Irregular and curving shapes in wood and metal are quite efficient with new introduced technical enhancements in bandsaw machineries from us. This power tool from us consisting blade to band the metal with teeth. Horizontal and vertical designed bandsaw machines from us ranging from 175mm to 450mm size. Blade size varies as per the various models and round sizing. The specialty of Bandsaw machine from us is better accuracy and highly suitable for cutting long bars in different shapes. The equipment from us are designed for completely smooth and vibration free noise less operation. We have launched so many economical ranges of bandsaw machines for less wastage and higher output. The models are widely ranging to suit the customer’s requirements. Even custom requirements are also furnished based on application needs. The bandsaw device from Bhavya is widely accepted and used in various industrial applications like wood working, electronics & electrical and automobile industries. Cost effective solutions are the most important parameter of these equipment manufacturer. Along with bandsaw, We offering wide array of lathe, drill, tool room, shearing, press brakes, SPM & Heavy etc. We even have core specialty in Milling Machine ranging from all geared universal milling, all geared vertical milling, universal geared drive, turret milling and milling accessories. The milling tools from Bhavya carries user friendly features and higher cutting and shaping capacity of metals and solid materials.

About Bhavya Machine Tools

We are leading tools manufacturer in India offering diverse models of workshop, sheet metals, wood working, automobile & garage, plastic & printing, welding, food processing, sheet bending, shaping, lathe, automatic CNC milling, press brake, power press machines etc. For more details visit http://www.bhavyamachinetools.com or contact at

A-601, 6th Floor, Sapath-4, Opp. Karnavati Club,

S.G. Highway Road, Satellite,

Ahmedabad-380 051,

Gujarat. (India).

Phone: +91-79-4024 2800, +91 – 79 – 3007 4560

Bhavya Machine Tools Introduces 165mm and 175mm Light Duty Lathe Machines

Lathe machines are the most efficient tools for handling jobs of cutting, shaping and fabricating metals. We introduces a multipurpose light duty lathe which can easily and efficiently handle wide range of applications in a workshop or industry including production of symmetrical parts, screw threading, tapering work, holes drilling, knurled surfaces and crank shafts etc. Incorporated with the latest technology, this is an advanced lathe machine flawlessly designed with tight tolerances for better accuracy in tasks. We understands the importance of quality materials that go into construction of equipment and therefore designs the light duty lathe with the all the desired standard accessories like chuck plate, gear set, centre adaptor, dead centres, dial indicator, square tool post and tool post key made out of best materials so that user can get optimum performance with the unit for a longer period of time. This is simple and robust lathe manufactured by the company in two most desired height specifications – 165mm lathe and 175mm light duty lathe machine. Available with user friendly controls the device is very easy to operate and enables the user to work on for high precision jobs with total control and ease. The simple design makes installation very easy and therefore the equipment can effortlessly be set up at the workplace conveniently without any hassles. This is ideal machine for applications at workshops and small scale metal fabricating tasks at power plants, steel rolling mills, tool rooms, ship building, repairing shops, paper mills, workshops, textile, oil and mining industries.

About Bhavya Machine Tools

We are  leading tools manufacturer in India offering diverse models of workshop, sheet metal, wood working, automobile & garage, plastic & printing, welding, food processing, sheet bending, shaping, lathe, automatic CNC milling, press brake machines, power press machines etc. For more details visit http://www.bhavyamachinetools.com or contact at

A-601, 6th Floor, Sapath-4, Opp. Karnavati Club,

S.G. Highway Road, Satellite,

Ahmedabad-380 051,

Gujarat. (India).

Phone: +91-79-4024 2800, +91 – 79 – 3007 4560

Installing Machine Tools in your Workshop

A machine tool is a power driven equipment designed to drill, bore, grind or cut metal or other material. A tool is employed to complete the process of cutting, shaping or drilling in a machine tool to get jobs done quickly and accurately. In ancient times, these were controlled by human force but now it work with the help of electrical or hydraulic force. A certain kind of cutting or deformation is done with the help of it. All the machine tools have specific type of working which provides a guided movement to the parts of the machine to achieve the shape of the material required. It controls the relative movement between the work piece and the cutting tool which is also known as toolpath. To be precise, these are the machines which help people in making things. It plays an inevitable role in a factory or any construction unit. Thus, these are required to make things work faster, easier and the most important is to generate accurate output.

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A workshop is a place where different machines are used to cut, shape and drill various materials like metals, plastics, wood, glass etc. The decision of installing equipments for your workshop depends on the process you would like to carry out. There are some specific machine shop processes like turning, drilling, shaping, grinding, milling etc., and you need to install devices depending on the process to be carried out in your machine shop. For example, if you need to shape metals in your workshop, then you need to install a lathe machine and if you need to drill holes into any material, then you need to install a drilling machine. But before installing different types of equipments in your workshop, you need to understand their specifications and applications which are given below:-

Lathe Machine

A lathe machine is considered as the most important machine tool in any workshop as it used to shape metal which is the most important process when any metal product is to be manufactured. Initially, a lathe machine was used to cut cylindrical metal stock but now it is also used to drill holes, tapered work, screw threads etc. There are different types of lathe machines like CNC lathe machines, light duty lathe machines, heavy duty lathe machines etc. for various applications requiring fabricating metal. Every workshop has a different job to be done, and so the lathe machine for a machine shop is chosen accordingly.

Milling Machine

Just like lathe machine, a milling machine is also used to cut and shape solid materials like metal, wood and plastics. But, a milling machine is different than a lathe machine because in lathe machine the material moves in order to give a specific shape whereas, in milling machine the cutting tool moves at a high speed. Basically, there are two types of milling machines manually operated milling machines and computer operated milling machine which gives ultimately accurate results. The milling machine you need to choose depends on the process your workshop requires to accomplish.

Drilling Machine

The drilling machine, as the name suggests is used to drill holes in the solid material like metal and wood. Drill machine is an essential machine tool of any workshop as it is used in wide applications in various industries like construction, woodworking and metalworking. Different types of drilling machines are available but basically it can be categorized into manual drilling machines and automatic drilling machines. Manual drilling machines are operated with hand power whereas automatic drill machines are powered with electricity. All the drilling machines can be applied wherever small to bigger size holes need to be formed.

Besides, the above mentioned tools there are various other tools for workshop like power press, grinding, sheet bending, slotting machine etc., which can be found in almost all the workshops. So, the tools you need to install in your workshop depends on the output required. Installing best tools in your workshop becomes necessary when accurate output is required. So, to enable proper flow of work, just collect the information about all the tools available at http://www.bhavyamachinetools.com and decide on which tools to be installed in your workshop.

How Lathe Machine Operates?

A lathe machine is a tool used in workshop which spins a block of material to perform various operations such as cutting, turning, facing, threading, sanding, knurling, drilling or deformation such as metal spinning with tools that are applied to the work piece to create an object which has symmetry about an axis of rotation. The lathe equipment holds a piece of material between two rigid supports called centers, or by some other device such as chuck or faceplate which revolves about the center line of the lathe. Metal is removed from the work piece using a hardened cutting tool, which is usually fixed to a solid moveable mounting also known as toolpost which is then moved against the work piece using hand wheels or computer controlled motors. The lathe tool which are controlled by the computer are known as CNC lathe machine used for mass production of parts. These are commonly provided with a variable ratio gear train to drive the main leadscrew which enables different pitches of threads to be cut. Some older gear trains in a lathe machine are changed manually by using interchangeable gears with various numbers of teeth, while more modern or elaborate lathes have a quick change box to provide commonly used rations by the operation of a lever. To better know about how it operates, it is necessary to undergo the details of the components as given below:-

Headstock

The headstock includes the main spindle, speed change mechanism and change gears. It is required to make a headstock as robust as possible because of the cutting forces involved during the process of cutting or shaping metals using a lathe machine.

Spindle

The main spindle is generally hollow to allow long bars to extend through to the work area, which reduces preparation and waste of material. The spindle then runs in precision bearings and is fitted with some means of attaching work holding devices known as chucks or faceplates. This end of the spindle will also have an included taper, usually morse to allow the insertion of tapers and centers.

Electric Motor and Gear Box

The lathe machines use a gear box which is driven by a dedicated electric motor. The fully geared head in the gear box allows one to select the speed through the gear box.

Bed

The bed is a stationery base in a lathe machine which is connected to the headstock. It allows the carriage and tailstock to get aligned parallel with the axis of the spindle.

Feed and Lead Screws

The feedscrew is a long driveshaft that allows a series of gears to drive the carriage mechanisms. Like feedscrew, the leadscrew is driven by either the change gears or an intermediate gearbox known as quick change gearbox.

Carriage

The carriage holds the tool bit and moves it longitudinally or perpendicularly under the control of the operator. The carriage can be moved manually by the operator or automatically if the feedscrew is engaged with the carriage feed mechanism.

Cross Slide

The cross-slide stands atop the carriage and has a leadscrew that travels perpendicular to the main spindle axis, to perform permit facing operations.

Compound Rest

The compound rest is also known as top slide which is the part of the machine where the tool post is mounted. The axis of compound rest can be adjusted independently of the carriage or cross slide.

Tailstock

The tailstock is placed opposite to the headstock and directly mounted on the spindle axis.

So, now when you have the information about how lathe works, if you want to buy a lathe device to complete the processes at your workshop with accuracy then just visit http://www.bhavyamachinetools.com and view the specifications and details of various types of lathe which will help you to select just the right one to accomplish your metal shaping and cutting jobs quickly and accurately.

How Power Press Operates?

A power press is a machine which converts metals into miraculous shapes. Various products like brackets, frame pieces, electronic enclosures etc., can be manufactured. There are many different types machines like C type and pillar type which can be further classified into mechanical and hydraulic. Due to the advancement in technology,It has also undergone many changes. One of the most popular available today is the CNC power press having PC based controllers. But, the most commonly used is the mechanical power press which includes a moving ram used shape as well as bend metals and a stationery bed or surface where the material to be shaped can be placed. It punches the material, forms the material, bends the material, shapes the material using combination of different dies attached to the moving ram and bed. To transmit power into the press, clutch is used. The clutches remain engaged until It completes the full cycle. High accuracy in bending and shaping metals is provided. Besides the above working, you also need to have information about the basic setup procedure required for a power press as given below:-

  • The basic thing to be considered is the material thickness and the output expected. You need to review the drawing which specifies the type, dimensions and the angles required. This is very much important to determine the type of tooling and dies to be utilized in a power press.
  • The tonnage should be determined which depends on the bending method.
  • There should be accuracy in the positioning in tooling which is very important to achieve accuracy in the output.
  • The parameters should be adjusted depending on the job to be completed. However, this requires trained and efficient operators. But, with the advancement of the machineries, this can be done by even untrained operators too.
  • It is always recommended to do a test bend of the material in order to detect if further adjustments are to be done.

After knowing the above working of the power press and the setup process, it becomes necessary to know about the safety measures required to be taken while operating a power press. if not maintained and operated properly can cause accidents which should be avoided using below mentioned safety measures.

  • The power press and its guards, control systems, ancillary equipment like automatic feed system should be maintained properly so that it doesn’t put people at risk.
  • The maintenance work should be carried out when the machine is completely switched off and should be done by people who possess right skills and knowledge.
  • Proper training should be provided to the operator responsible of operating.
  • The people operating the machine, supervisors and managing the use should be made aware about the specific safety measures to be taken while using it through written instructions.
  • It should be regularly and thoroughly examined by the competent person and ensured that it is sound and working in proper condition.
  • It is always recommended to keep the record of the maintenance activities performed at a power press to ensure that it has been properly maintained.

As far as health and safety is concerned, it becomes very much necessary to follow the above mentioned steps in a workshop using it. The purpose of thorough examination and test of a machine before operating is to determine whether its parts have been installed properly, whether it is safe to operate and whether there are any defects which could make unsafe to operate. Moreover, the law requires that the power press installed in your workshop is maintained properly which will also includes that your employees operating or maintaining have adequate knowledge and skills required to complete the job.

Significance of Lathe Machine for Metal Shaping Industries

There is no doubt in saying that necessity is the mother of all inventions. All the machines are invented with a single purpose and that is to reduce labour work and get things done quickly. In ancient times, giving shapes to metal was a tedious job and time consuming process. The invention of lathe machine made the job of metal shaping much easier. Basically, It is used to remove the unwanted part from the metals to give it a new shape. The material is rotated against the tool which trims down the material into shape. In olden times, It was operated manually but the machine got many innovative improvements after that. The technological changes brought many versatile changes to a lathe machine. There are many products which we use in our daily life using metals of different shapes and sizes. The production of all these products has been possible only due to a lathe machine. Every other industry is influenced. it can even perform the complicated process of shaping metals. To manufacture any metal product, the basic requirement is to shape it and that is possible only due this tool.

Elements of a Lathe Machine

Generally, it provides a variety of rotating speeds and different features which can enable manual and automatic controls for moving the cutting tool. There are various types of equipment available like light duty, medium duty, heavy duty, extra heavy duty etc. No matter which device you choose, suiting to your job requirements, below are the common elements which are present in every lathe machine as given below:-

Chuck – is used to hold the work piece and can be replaced with Jacobs chuck or centre for alternative work holding.

Tailstock – is used to hold and located the tail centre and can be unlocked and slid towards the chuck.

Tail centre – is used to hold the end of long pieces of work, as the small lengths can just be held in the chuck. Centre can be removed and replaced with Jacobs chuck and drill and the advance wheel rotated to drill the work.

Tool Post – is used to hold the cutting tool in a precise location.

Cross Slide – it runs on the bed rails and has a mounting for the tool post which can be driven forward by the tool post advance wheel to bring the cutting tool on to the work peice.

Cross Slide Advance – It is used to move the cross slide and tool post sideways and hence the cutting tool towards and away from the chuck.

Drive pulleys and belts – are used to achieve various speeds by varying the belt position on the pulleys.

How to Choose a Lathe Machine?

  • As you know there are various types of lathe machines available having different features, you need to select as per your job requirements. For example, an average hobbyist would choose a light duty lathe machine which is small in size but if a metal work shop requires, then it would definitely go for an extra heavy duty or a CNC.
  • It is very much important to consider the bed capacity before selecting it depends on the material on which you require to work on.
  • The core to any lathe machine is the spindle. The spindle comes in standard as well as non-standard sizes. So, you need to choose the spindle size depending on the metal shaping project you are working on.
  • Never go for cheap, as you may end up buying consisting non-standard parts which are not going to last longer period of time.

Types of Machine Tools You Need to Install in Your Workshop

A workshop is a place where different kinds of machines and tools are employed to make, finish and repair machines or parts. These are the important requirements without which no workshop can function. Workshops can be found in diverse industrial and commercial establishments. Every workshop has a diverse requirement and depending on where and why the workshop is installed different kinds of equipment are employed in it. However there are some basic machining equipment that are required in most of the workshops. Majority of the workshops where some kind of metal or wood materials are worked upon, tools for tasks like grinding, milling, drilling, cutting, shaping and finishing are most required. Therefore if your workshop is also one of these kinds of commercial or industrial workshop involving metal or woodwork, then opting to install the below mentioned tools will serve your purpose better.

Lathe Machine

To accomplish the jobs of cutting, shaping and fabricating metal sheets in your workshop, nothing can be much better than a lathe. With a lathe in your workshop you could handle a wide range of applications including production of symmetrical parts, screw threads, tapered work, drilled holes, knurled surfaces and crank shafts easily and efficiently with a single one without having to install in number of machines used for each individual task. Moreover most of the tool today come with a variety of rotating speeds and automatic cutting features. Therefore with an advanced lathe machine in your workshop you can accomplish your machining tasks much faster and to a better accuracy. These are available in different forms today like light duty lathe, medium duty lathe and heavy duty lathe. For installment in your workshop you can either go with light or medium duty which will give you efficient functioning for small scale machining requirements in your workshop.

Milling Machine

Milling machine is another variant of tools one could opt as metal cutting device for workshop. It is the best tool for cutting metals to the customized dimensions and shapes especially if the parts are to be cut or shaped to rectangular or uneven dimensions.

Drill Machine

While machining, repairing or making parts in a workshop one may require creating cylindrical holes on the solid materials. A drill machine is for the purpose. With this in your workshop you can very effectively carry out the hole making processes on metals and other solid materials with ease and much accuracy. Various other tasks like tapping, spot facing, reaming, counter sinking and counter boring can also be carried out efficiently with the help of these. It come in various models, customized dimensions of drill head, base plate and capacity and therefore can be possessed to best suit the requirements of your workshop.

Grinding Machine

Grinding machine is a very important tool used in most of the workshops for solid material grinding and shaping applications. This power driven tool can be run on desired speeds to accurately remove the unwanted parts from the work piece so that the desired shape and finish can be achieved. With grinding machine in your workshop, you can easily accomplish your metal shaping goals without much effort. There are various types of grinding machines available in market today. For example there are belt grinding equipments used for debarring and grinding of metals with coated abrasives, bench grinders for roughing and finishing of tool bits, tool & cutter grinding machines used to perform customized and most accurate grinding tasks and much more. Selecting the one with most apt specifications for your workshop will best serve your solid material shaping requirements at your workshop.

Mentioned above are the basic device which are found at most of the workshops and best to install at any workshop where metal or other solid material applications are to be executed. But however apart from these there are yet various other forms of tools too available in the market today. Depending on your requirements and work in your workshop, you should decide which tool with what specifications will suit your applications and is the best for installation in your workshop.