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Tapping can be difficult and frustrating. From broken taps to damaged threads, the process of tapping can slow down productivity and become very costly in the long run. There are a variety of tapping methods, and each comes with its own set of difficulties. Hand tapping Hand tapping is the simplest way to tap. This
See how easy it can be to tap fabricated holes with the FlexArm. Watch as we tap plasma, laser, and waterjet holes with the GH-45 Hydraulic Arm and the A-32 Pneumatic Arm.
FlexArm Tapping Arm YouTube LIVE Stream With OSG Watch Eddie showcase the A-32 Pneumatic Arm and the GH-45 Hydraulic Arm. https://youtu.be/-3-WXzLVHs8 All taps used during this demo are OSG Taps
Solid Design Enterprises is a company that manufactures aerospace components. See how they were able to speed up their processes by tapping offline with the FlexArm while the Haas CNC machines other parts. If you’re looking to speed up your tapping operations contact us or click here for more information
See how one manufacturer will increase productivity by using a FlexArm instead of their CNC to tap aluminum extrusions in a matter of seconds.
See how a hydraulic tapping arm compares to a pnuematic tapping arm when tapping 1/2" and 3/4" holes into 2" thick aluminum.
FlexArm offers two main types of tapping arms: pneumatic and hydraulic-driven. But the question is, which one is better? Well, it depends on your situation.
Joe performed a tap test for a potential client using a 3/4″ tap on a plastic drip tray for an industrial size air condition unit. With a custom tap holder and the auto depth stop, the A-32 Pneumatic was able to get the job done, but the GH-18 Hydraulic would be able to give you
Learn how RockRabbit Guitars will cut their machine time in half by tapping 18 holes in their titanium part with a FlexArm instead of thread milling.