At Acebron Group we are experts in industrial machining for the manufacture of the parts that make up the wind turbines necessary for the production of WIND POWER onshore and offshore.
WHAT DOES INDUSTRIAL MACHINING CONSIST OF?
Industrial machining is the process of extremely precisely sized and shaped parts. It is a transformation for which the use of very specific machinery is essential and at Acebron Group we have more than 19 years experience in machining, surface treatment and boilermaking. We are experts in machining by chip removal, which consists of subtracting material in excess allowing us to manufacture high-precision parts.
The most common machining process goes back centuries and is by conventional chip removal, being an evolution of manual processes. They are, among others:
Turning: uses a lathe (single-edge cutting tool) to rotate the workpiece to remove excess and generate a cylindrical shape. The cutting movement is produced by rotating the workpiece and the feed movement by moving the lathe slowly parallel to the axis of rotation of the workpiece.
Milling: Uses a single or multi-edge cutter, lathe, or drill to cut the material into a straight surface. The main movement is perpendicular to the axis of rotation of the cutter and the feed movement is provided by the rotary cutter.
Drilling: This process is basically making circular holes into the material. The drill bit is mounted in the machine and, turning, penetrates and removes the chips from the material until the piece is formed.
Sawing: It can be manual or automated. Regardless of which way, the process is the same: The saw blade is slid back and forth and down cutting the material.