Basic Machining Reference Handbook by Arthur Meyers, Thomas Slattery

By Arthur Meyers, Thomas Slattery

As a accomplished and easy-to-use hands-on resource, this ebook is meant to function a reminiscence jog for the skilled, in addition to a reference for programmers and others who won't do the machining yet do want to know precisely what is occupied with acting a given machining step, a chain of steps, or a whole activity. final actual to its unique strategy, the hot moment version keeps to offer the foundations of simple machining, whereas summarizing the foremost issues concerned. Logically geared up, this time-tested reference starts off with these machining steps that almost all frequently start the machining strategy and strikes during the easy machining operations. it's a must-have source for skilled machinists; programmers; tooling, layout and creation engineers; and scholars.

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You get a complete, even-density chalk mark completely around the workpiece periphery (The Chalk Method). 58 T U R N I N G A N D T H E L AT H E : D E F I N I T I O N A N D H I S T O R Y 7. Using the method for mounting a part to a four-jawed chuck, find the high point and then carefully and very slightly loosen the clamp on the opposite side (the low point). Now gently tap the work with the soft hammer in the direction of the low point. Tighten the clamp and indicate the part again. Continue the process until the part is properly aligned.

2. Put bolts and clamps in each of the slots required, to achieve secure clamping of the work to the face plate. Bolts and clamps must be of a size appropriate to the work; use the shortest bolts that can be securely mounted, to minimize the possibility of “crashes” with the cutting tool, its holder, or the carriage of the machine. 3. , remain that might interfere with accurate alignment of the part. 4. Clamp the work to the face plate; locate the work as close as possible to the center point of the face plate.

38 C U T- O F F 6. Square the center of the centering pin with the tip of the saw teeth. This can be done by placing one edge of a square on the saw slot while the edge of its perpendicular side is simultaneously touching the saw teeth. At this point loosen the clamping bolt and swing the centering pin until it touches the edge of the square, then retighten the bolt. 7. Move the saw guide post up or down to the thickness of the work and position the centering pin into the hole or center punch mark located in the center of the workpiece.

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