A tapping machine is a specialized tool used to create internal threads in materials such as metal, plastic, or wood. It is commonly used in industries like manufacturing, automotive, and construction. The tapping machine operates by rotating a tap, which is a cutting tool with threaded grooves, into the workpiece to create threads. It can be either manually operated or powered by an electric motor, depending on the specific model. Tapping machines are available in various sizes and configurations to accommodate different thread sizes and materials. They offer precision and efficiency in the threading process, ensuring accurate and consistent thread creation. Tapping machines can be used for both through-hole and blind-hole tapping applications. They are designed to save time and effort compared to manual tapping methods, and they help to achieve uniform and high-quality threaded holes.