What is Boring? Drilling is the primary process used to create the hole, while boring is a secondary process that can enlarge or finish a preexisting hole. As the size of the initial hole is entirely dependent on the drill bit, boring can be a vital step in creating a hole closer to required tolerances.
What does boring mean in digging?
1. : to make a hole in especially with a drill. 2. : to make (as a hole shaped like a cylinder) by boring or digging away material. bore a well.
What is the boring method?
Boring methods are widely used for subsurface investigations to collect samples, in almost all types of soil, for visual inspection or laboratory testing.
What is a boring plan?
The soil boring plan shows the location where soil boring will be done, often denoted by a small simple symbol with an accompanying alpha/numeric code ( 1, A, or whatever).
What is the purpose of boring?
Boring is used to achieve greater accuracy of the diameter of a hole, and can be used to cut a tapered hole. Boring can be viewed as the internal-diameter counterpart to turning, which cuts external diameters.
What is a bore in construction?
Bore. A horizontal hole created underground: primarily used to accommodate cables, pipe or conduit. Bores are created using a horizontal directional drilling (HDD) rig, boring machine or microtunneling boring machine. Casing. A pipe installed to support the bore, typically using a pipe jacking or pipe ramming technique