a machine which cuts and shapes metals and plastics
A machine consisting of a rotating mandrel carrying a milling cutter, and a movable table, operated by a feed screw, to which is bolted the object to be milled.
A machine that uses a variety of rotating cutter wheels to cut splines, gears, keyways, etc.
machine tool in which metal that is secured to a carriage is fed against rotating cutters that shape it
a machine tool that cuts metal with a multiple-tooth cutting tool called a milling cutter
a machine tool that removes material from a work piece by rotating a cutter and moving it into the material
a useful machine with a wide field of applications for functional decorative and ornamental stone working
Machine, which combines a holding and moving apparatus for material as well as the cutters to accurately shape it.
A milling machine is a power-driven machine used for the complex shaping of metal (or possibly other materials) parts. Its basic form is that of a rotating cutter or endmill which rotates about the spindle axis (similar to a drill), and a movable table to which the workpiece is affixed. That is to say the cutting tool generally remains stationary (except for its rotation) while the workpiece moves to accomplish the cutting action.