Machines with Skiving and Roller Burnishing Capabilities

Skiving and roller burnishing is a two-part, one-pass process that removes stock with skiving knives, then cold-works metal surfaces with rollers to achieve the highest surface finish tolerances. This process is commonly used to finish hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders.

Find a machine for skiving and roller burnishing

S-Series skiving machines are based on proven machine design, and optimized for the skiving and roller burnishing process for hydraulic tube finishing.

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B-Series ballscrew feed machines use BTA drilling to drill accurate holes up to 300 mm [12.0 in] in diameter, and up to 6,000 mm [20.0 ft] deep.

Designed for:
  • BTA, Skiving and Burnishing
  • Hole Diameters up to 300 mm [12.0 in]
  • Hole Depths up to 6,000 mm [20.0 ft]
  • Round Workpieces

B-Series rack and pinion machines can handle the drilling of longer workpieces without sacrificing accuracy. These machines are capable of hole diameters up to 630 mm [24.8 in], up to 20,000 mm [65.5 ft] deep.

Designed for:
  • BTA, Skiving and Burnishing
  • Hole Diameters up to 630 mm [25.0 in]
  • Hole Depths up to 20,000 mm [65.5 ft]
  • Round Workpieces
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