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A Hydraulic arm tapping machine is a machine tool used for creating screw threads, also known as tapping, in a workpiece. Unlike a horizontal tapping machine, a hydraulic arm tapping machine uses a hydraulic arm to position the tapping head in the correct location for tapping. The tapping head rotates at high speeds, cutting threads into the workpiece. Hydraulic arm tapping machines are often used for creating threads in larger workpieces, such as those used in the automotive or construction industries. These machines can also be used for creating threads in a variety of materials, including metals, plastics, and composites. Hydraulic arm tapping machines are typically operated automatically and can come in a variety of sizes and configurations depending on the needs of the user. The hydraulic arm allows for greater precision and accuracy in the tapping process, making it ideal for high-volume production environments.