Hydraulic broaching machine is a machine tool used for the process of broaching, which involves removing material from a workpiece to create a desired shape or pattern. The machine uses a hydraulic system to provide the force necessary to push a broaching tool through the workpiece. The broaching tool is a long, slender cutting tool with teeth or other cutting surfaces that remove material as it is pushed through the workpiece. Hydraulic broaching machines are commonly used in the production of gears, splines, and other precision components. They are capable of creating highly accurate and repeatable cuts in a variety of materials, including metals, plastics, and composites. Hydraulic broaching machines can be operated manually or using computer numerical control (CNC) technology, which allows for greater precision and control over the broaching process. They can also come in a variety of sizes and configurations depending on the needs of the user.
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