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ALIO investigation of a standard XY monolithic stage system drilling holes at varying speeds demonstrated that a circle can be machined precisely with minimal path deviation without the need for a trepanning head at very high hertz rates.
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Trepanning tools require significantly lower horsepower than solid drills in most cases the power consumed will be less than half of what is needed for a solid drill.
Tenders are invited for Trepanning Machine With Cutter
An absolute novelty in this machine concept is the integration of a trepanning module (drilling module) based on piezoelectric tilting mirrors, which was developed at Bavarian laser centre (Bayerisches Laserzentrum - blz) in a cooperation project with LLT.
Trepanning is the ancient practice of boring holes into skulls to relieve ailments.
JSW has more than 100 machines including a 300-tonne deep-hole boring machine, a 250-tonne high-speed trepanning machine, a 350-tonne vertical lathe and a 120kW horizontal boring and milling machine.
We employ percussion, trepanning, and fire-on-the-fly techniques for drilling effusion holes in the preformed parts.
A surgeon's tent will reveal spoons for removing damaged eyeballs and a trepanning saw for drilling holes in the skull.
Unfortunately she returns with a dark gift he tries to remove by trepanning (a medical process of drilling or cutting a hole into the skull to relieve pressure on the brain).
Dating from 1750 BC, it is the earliest local example of the practice of trepanning, a type of brain surgery used to alleviate the symptoms of bad headaches.
The excavations also called on the help of Birmingham University-based medical historian Robert Arnold, who identified individual medical conditions like pressure aneurisms and practices such as trepanning.