Thread Whirling Boosts Productivity

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Ever since British machine inventor Henry Maudslay introduced the first modern screw-cutting lathe towards the end of the 18th century, machinists have been cussing him. True, the world as we know it couldn’t exist without screw threads, but that doesn’t make cutting them any easier. Compared to other turning operations, single-point threading is slow, requiring […]