What is the difference between vertical machining centers and horizontal machining centers for faucet making?

A vertical machining center faucet peeling making machine refers to a machining center with a spindle in a vertical state. Its structural form is mostly a fixed column, and the workbench is rectangular without indexing rotation function. It is suitable for machining disk, sleeve, and plate parts. It generally has three linear motion coordinate axes and can be equipped with a rotary table that rotates along the horizontal axis on the workbench for machining spiral parts.Vertical machining centers are easy to install, operate, observe machining conditions, debug programs, and have a wide range of applications. However, due to the limitations of the column height and tool changing device, parts that are too high cannot be machined. When machining cavities or concave surfaces, chips are not easily discharged, and in severe cases, it can damage the tool, damage the machined surface, and affect the smooth progress of machiningA horizontal machining center refers to a machining center with a horizontal spindle, usually equipped with an automatic indexing rotary worktable. It generally has 3-5 motion coordinates, commonly three linear motion coordinates plus one rotary motion coordinate. After one clamping, the workpiece completes the machining of the other four surfaces except for the installation surface and top surface. It is suitable for adding box type parts. Compared with vertical machining centers, horizontal machining centers have easier chip removal during machining, which is beneficial for machining. However, their structure is complex and their prices are higher