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Item / Model BMC-110 BMC-130 BMC-160
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X Travel (in.) 79 118 157
Y Travel (in.) 71 90.5 118
Z Travel (in.) 63 63 63
W Travel (in.) 21.7 27.5 27.5
V Travel (in.) n/a n/a n/a
Spindle Bar (in.) 4.33 5.1 6.3
Table Size (in.) 55 x 63 71 x 63 98 x 79
Max. Workpiece Load (lbs.) 26,400 33,000 55,000
Spindle (hp.) 35 50 50
Spindle (rpm) 3000 2500 2000
Spindle Speed Steps 2 2/3 (opt.) 3
Spindle Drive 2 Speed Gearbox 2 Speed Gearbox 2 Speed Gearbox
RPM 3,000 2,500 2,000
ATC Capacity 60 (90/120/180 opt.) 60 (90/120/180 opt.) 60 (90/120/180 opt.)
Weight (lbs.) 75,000 88,000 110,000
  • Linear Scales XYZ
    Full “B” Axis Rotary Table with Scale
    300 PSI Coolant through Spindle
    Chip Conveyor
    Spindle & Gearbox Cooler

Johnford Boring Mill Series featuring the Johnford BMC-160
(2015)

Demonstrating longevity and experience in building a strong quality CNC – Johnford Boring Mill at IMTS 2010

What is the max table load capacity on a table-type boring mill?

At Absolute Machine Tools, we have boring mills that can hold up to 55,000 lb. table loads.

What are some examples of common parts made using boring mills?

Horizontal boring mills are used for many applications, including oil and gas frack blocks, large manifolds, gearbox housings for a variety of industries, energy-related parts, transmission housings, and forgings.

Do your machines come standard with a B-axis rotary table or just an indexer?

At Absolute Machine Tools, our machines come standard with a full B-axis rotary table (.001 degree).