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Lec 3 : Principles of Machining or Metal cutting
Shear zone, Chip formation, chip thickness measurements, machining mechanics of ductile and brittle materials
Understanding Cutting Tool Geometry
Help us to make future videos for you. Make LE's efforts sustainable. Please support us at Patreon.com ! https://www.patreon.com/LearnEngineering An elaborated description of single point cutting tool is given in this video with help of animation. Here the cutting process and basic cutting tool parameters such as back rake angle, side rake angle , relief angles, cutting edge angle and nose radius are explained in a conceptual way. Like us on FB : https://www.facebook.com/LearnEngineering Voice-over artist :https://www.fiverr.com/mikepaine
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Material Removal Processes: Machining
In this lecture, overview of material removal processes is given.
Machining Operations (Part 1: Introduction to Milling)
This video is a overview of milling and different milling operations. The student will learn the difference between inserted mills, ball mills, face milling and profile milling. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/infinitymfg/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/?lang=en
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BBC Engineering Craft Studies EP 9 Material Removal   Principles
"This series consists of the visual teaching of principles, workshop demonstrations and examples of the practical application of these principles in a variety of engineering situations. The series is appropriate for students beginning their engineering studies at craft level." Engineering Craft Studies Produced by BBC Schools First Aired BBC ONE 1972. This was taken from an unlabeled VHS tape, possibly from when the program was re-broadcast on RTÉ. Copyright remains with the BBC. Produced 1972
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This channel is formed by faculty from BIT to enhance the knowledge of students towards technical and fundamentals Plasma arc machining is used for variety of industrial application
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How CNC Machine Works
Intro to CNC Machining Process and working. A Computer Numeric Control Machine is used for high quality and mass production of an engineered product and mechanical components. Buy at the best price _________________________________________________________ Aliexpress -- New500mw/2500mw/5500mw 15000mw DIY Laser Engraver Machine CNC Laser Machine http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/b4vzw4co __________________________________________________________ visit https://www.redtron.org www.blog.redtron.org https://www.careertime247.com https://www.facebook.com/RedTronservices/ https://www.facebook.com/RedTronservices/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/818810491615680/
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Essential Machining Skills: Working with a Lathe, Part One
A video overview of the essential skills involved in working metal with a lathe. Part 1 of 3. For more about the open source machine tools project, please go to http://www.opensourcemachinetools.com
What is CNC Machining and How Does it Work?
Conversion: For all our non-U.S. friends, 1 Thou is equal to .0254 mm. TITANS of CNC: Academy: http://bit.ly/2J6mvhO Autodesk Free Trials: Inventor - https://autode.sk/2vqNxyd Fusion - https://autode.sk/2JXI4Cq HSM - https://autode.sk/2HaxTwz If you've ever taken shop class in high-school or watched an episode of how it's made, you have probably have some idea how lathes and other metalworking machines function. As technology and computers have improved over the years, a new high-precision computer controlled manufacturing technique called CNC machining has spawned. CNC machines, or computer numerically controlled machines, are electro-mechanical devices that can manipulate tools around a varying number of axis, usually 3 or 5, with high-precision per instruction from a computer program. CNC machining is one of two ways that engineers, machinists, or makers can generate a physical part from a computer design file, with the other being 3D printing, known as additive manufacturing. All images and videos courtesy of the creative commons or used in accordance with fair use laws. Music: GI Snake by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/divider/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/
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Turning & the Lathe
Turning on the lathe is one of the most common metalcutting operations. Lathes are particularly suited to machining relatively long, cylindrical workpieces, yet can create a variety of parts ranging from small watch components to massive propeller shafts. Part of the Fundamental Manufacturing Processes Video Series, this program provides a broad understanding of the turning process including segments on basic lathe turning, lathe types, automation and tool arrangements, turning operations, cutting tool factors, and operating parameters. The basic lathe turning segment focuses on the elements that the lathe. Terms such as spindle, headstock, carriage, cross slide compound rest, tool post, and tailstock are defined and detailed. Lathe workholding devices such as chucks, collets, mandrels, face drivers, and between centers turning are also covered. The lathe types segment looks at the various types of lathes, including engine lathe, CNC lathes, turn-mill lathes, vertical lathes, swiss-type CNC lathes, automatic screw machines, and more. The automation and tool arrangements segment details bar stock loaders, sensors, gantry loading systems, lathe turrets, and gang tooling. The turning operations segment covers operations such as straight turning, taper turning, contour turning, thread chasing, facing, holemaking, reaming, tapping, and more. The cutting tool factors segment explores the various cutting tool materials and geometries, as well as the use of cutting fluids in turning. The operating parameters segment features the variables of cutting speed, feed rate, and depth of cut. For more information and to purchase, visit http://www.sme.org/fmp. [email protected] | 800.733.4763 | http://www.sme.org/store
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Magic Cutting Tools - CNC Machine & Milling Compilation | Most Satisfying Machines
Magic Cutting Tools - CNC Machine & Milling Compilation by Machine World Leave a comment if you have a compilation request! Music used: Sleepdebt - I C U Triton - You Nomyn - Daydreamer Welcome to Machine World! This brand new YouTube channel aims to bring you the very best and most interesting compilations and videos about heavy machinery such as heavy duty lathes, CNC technology, laser cutting, metalworking, gears, industrial equipment and vehicles and much more! In this CNC machine compilation you will see a variety of magic cutting tools in full HD, accompanied by chill background music. It is truly oddly satisfying to watch these mesmerizing computer controlled machines work on metal, and in my opinion, the worlds most satisfying video. Other Industrial/CNC videos to watch: Monster dangerous destroy everything | Amazing dangerous machine destroy https://youtu.be/RpybYdzSIzk Amazing Monster Machine work, Biggest Machinery Diesel fast cutting https://youtu.be/CSaOTb6RFLY Hurdle Machine Works Sawmill Equipment, Grade Mill https://youtu.be/RoFDIm0raAA Crushing ping pong stuff with hydraulic press https://youtu.be/Fdv-V--QlR0 The Most Satisfying Video In The World #8 🌟 The Most Satisfying Video Ever https://youtu.be/KV3eWjMaQgU
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Advanced Manufacturing and Precision Machining Process At MetalQuest
In the processes used for advanced manufacturing and precision machining, you can see every element of STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics). A quality manufacturing end product depends on careful consideration of these elements, from start to finish — which, in this case, means from metal casting in the foundry to part polishing on the factory floor. MetalQuest, the company shown creating products in this metal manufacturing process video (along with the Omaha Steel Castings Company foundry), is highly skilled in the use of science, technology, engineering and mathematics principles to develop and manufacture precision parts and products for its clients in a variety of industries. Below are examples of the way STEM elements fit into manufacturing and precision machining. Science: Metal alloys (a mixture of metals or a combination of metals and other substances) must be formulated based on metallic bonding character and the ultimate purpose of the metal parts. A manufacturer may be looking for an alloy resistant to corrosion, for example, or for mechanical strength. Some alloys are used because they help reduce the final cost of the manufactured metal product. Technology: MetalQuest is known for its cutting-edge use of automation and robotics. These technological disciplines must be paired with the best machinist minds to go beyond the capabilities of standard manufacturing. Creative use of technology is a requirement for metal manufacturers and machine shops who want to take their clients to the next level of sophistication, which just happens to help their clients be more competitive in the marketplace, too. Engineering: Quality production of component parts depends on high-quality tools calibrated and traceable to each job. Manufactured parts must be inspected to ensure dimensional accuracy and identify faults. Especially in close tolerance work, manufacturing inspections can be labor-intensive, monotonous, and subject to human error. MetalQuest solves this problem with advanced computer-controlled inspection machines that compare literally hundreds of diameters, lengths, widths and angles. Mathematics: Tight tolerance precision machined components represent highly sophisticated calculations that must account for varied, ever-changing conditions, from temperature and humidity to material qualities and human error. In precision machining, mathematics are a necessary tool, not only for designing metal parts, but for ensuring the precision parts have been manufactured as planned. The physical representation of STEM principles within a precision metals manufacturing plant such as MetalQuest is the manufacturing machines, both manual and automated, which are calibrated to cut, shape, bore, drill, ream, tap, burnish, finish and otherwise reduce metal material to a precision form. Machine tools, often controlled with CNC machines, include metal lathes, milling machines, drill presses, grinders and polishers. Precision manufactured metal parts products are used in everything from agriculture to energy production. Parts that emerge from the MetalQuest machine shop find their way to customers in machine-based industries, such as automobile manufacturing or aircraft production. STEM principles, through advanced manufacturing and close tolerance machining jobs, even affect the livelihoods of manufacturing employees. From manufacturing engineers, engineering technicians, and CNC operators to cost estimators, design engineers and plant managers, precision metals manufacturing offers exciting careers. ------------------ MetalQuest Unlimited excels in the manufacturing of tight tolerance, precision machined components. Visit them at http://www.metalquest.net and see other videos on their channel. The foundry in this video is Omaha Steel Castings Company, LLC located in Wahoo, Nebraska. Omaha Steel Castings Company is recognized in the industry as a leading producer of high-quality steel and stainless steel castings for a vast array of end users. It is their mission to provide flexible, cost effective solutions for their customers on time, every time while maintaining the highest standards of quality. Visit them at http://www.omahasteel.com
(Fundamental of design and manufacturing) chapter 5 PRINCIPLES OF MACHINING
Fundamental of design and manufacturing Chapter 5 Principles of machining Metal cutting Discontinuous chip Continuous chip Continuous with build up edge Non homogenious strain chip Cutting ratio Plzz like share and subscribe Follow AMIE SUBJECT CHANNEL ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/AMIE-Subject-588449674865671/ Thank you
Fundamentals of Manufacturing Processes | MITx on edX | Course Video
Learn the technologies used to manufacture products we use every day, and the fundamental principles required to take processes to scale Take this course on edX: https://www.edx.org/course/fundamentals-manufacturing-processes-mitx-2-008x About this course Have you wondered how something was manufactured? Do you want to learn what it takes to turn your design into a finished product? This course introduces a wide range of manufacturing processes including machining, injection molding, and 3D printing; and explains the fundamental principles and practices of manufacturing at scale. For each process, 2.008x explains the underlying physical principles, provides several practical examples and demonstrations, and summarizes design for manufacturing principles. Lectures are also included on cost estimation, quality and variation, robotics, and sustainability. Together, this knowledge will enable you to plan a manufacturing process for a multi-part product, make quantitative estimates of cost and throughput, and recognize important constraints and tradeoffs. Whether you may be an engineer, entrepreneur, or from another field—by completing 2.008x you will gain the understanding needed to assess a wide variety of manufacturing techniques, identify potential improvements, and confidently pursue the scale-up of innovative products. What you'll learn Manufacturing processes in detail: machining, injection molding, casting, thermoforming, sheet metal forming, 3D printing, and more Overarching principles: rate, quality, cost, flexibility, sustainability How to apply design for manufacturing principles, plan a multi-step process, and envision an automated manufacturing system for complex products Emerging technologies including robotics, connected machines, and their implications on the future of manufacturing
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On this channel you can get education and knowledge for general issues and topics
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Lecture - 27 Grinding Principle and Application
Lecture Series on Manufacturing Processes II by Prof.A.B.Chattopadhyay, Prof. A. K. Chattopadhyay and Prof. S. Paul,Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in.
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Non Traditional Machining Introduction Un conventional machining Lecture 01
This vedio explains the basic introduction to conventional and unconventional machining process in aimple manner
Lecture on Non Conventional Machining Process by Mech Zone
Brief overview and introduction to Electrochemical machining, Electrode Discharge Machining, Ultrasonic Machining, Abrasive Jet Machining, Material removal rate, variations using graphical approach, comparison between ECM, EDM, USm and AJM. All the best, Mech Zone https://mechzoneblog.wordpress.com/e-books-for-mechanical-engineering-by-mech-zone/ https://mechzoneblog.wordpress.com/2017/09/04/full-study-material-for-mechanical-engineering-for-gate-ese-psu-and-ssc-je/ https://mechzoneblog.wordpress.com/2017/09/04/question-bank-for-gate-sse-je-psu-and-ese/ https://mechzoneblog.wordpress.com/2017/09/04/ssc-je-previous-papers/ https://mechzoneblog.wordpress.com/2017/09/04/hand-written-notes-for-all-subjects-of-mechanical-engineering/ https://mechzoneblog.wordpress.com/2017/10/23/handwritten-notes-of-ace-academy-for-mechanical-engineering-by-mech-zone/ https://mechzoneblog.wordpress.com/2017/10/23/handwritten-notes-of-kame-academy-for-mechanical-engineering-by-mech-zone/ https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B0x70tiTtCGyV0I0aUhQeTYtRU0 https://mechzoneblog.wordpress.com/2017/10/28/gate-2003-2017-all-solved-papers-collection-by-mech-zone/ https://mechzoneblog.wordpress.com/2017/10/28/micro-and-nano-short-notes-for-ultra-fast-revision-by-mech-zone/ https://mechzoneblog.wordpress.com/important-questions-for-mechanical-engineering-subjects-by-mech-zone/ https://mechzoneblog.wordpress.com/2017/11/03/casting-and-welding-complete-notes-by-mech-zone/ https://mechzoneblog.wordpress.com/exclusive-ssc-je-study-material-by-mech-zone/ https://www.facebook.com/WeareMechZone/
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Like us on fb : search for MECHANICAL GURU in facebook Hello dosto mera name h Ankit Ras aur le k aaya hu appk lia Mechanical Guru ka ek aur latest episode aur ajj hum baat karenge ; contents : Non conventional machining process Non traditional machining process Conventional vs Non Conventional machining process Types of non conventional machining process with ex. Abrasive jet machining Ultra sonic machining All in detail in hindi with examples Mujhe ummed h appko Mechanical Guru ka yeh episode pasand aaya hoga aur pasand aaye toh mere channel ko like , share aur subscribe jarrur karren kyuki m appk lia roj aisehi acchi videos le k aata rehta hu. Jai hind, vandematram
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Machining Process 07 Economics in Machining
Machining Process Economics in Machining Derivation for optimum speed for minimum cost and maximum production
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Ultrasonic machining basics telugu lecture
Ultrasonic machining basics telugu lecture
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Jigs and Fixtures  for Machine Shops - Educational Video
Shows how V-blocks, screws, tapered pins, buttons, cams, wedges, clamps, and jigs are used to hold work securely and locate its position accurately. Great for Machine Shop Students! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0LHEYTEAyndlUqRJYtBZEg
SMED and the Eight Principles
A quick overview of the Eight Principles of SMED
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73 | Knowledgefloater - Laser Beam Cutting
http://www.wissensfloater.de Arrangement, physical requirements, laser melt cutting, laser flame cutting, contours and bevel cuts, punching of holes, comparison with other thermal cutting processes, examples.
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cnc milling screw two principles
milling steel bar with fourth axis
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Lecture - 3 On Tool Geometry
Lecture Series on Manufacturing Processes II by Prof.A.B.Chattopadhyay, Prof. A. K. Chattopadhyay and Prof. S. Paul,Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in.
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CHANNEL - ANUNIVERSE 22 has started to stand on the shoulders of engineering giants and Now, It is a place to hang out to learn the Basics of Mechanical Engineering. The videos are prepared to understand the Mechanical Engineering Basics and Concepts #ULTRASONIC #WIREEDM #LASERBEAM #ABRASIVEJET
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Easy 5 Axis CNC Machining
Check out CJ making the chips fly on a Haas UMC 750. Making 5 axis machining easy with Inventor HSM.
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Cutting gears made simple...  4 actual examples, of dividing principles...
Cutting gears, a better explanation, with 4 examples of an actual job, a 31, 47, 58 and a 64 teeth series of gears. In response at my friend Philippe from Phil’s Projects, I’m trying to make an easy to understand explanation just like I had to explain to my own friend. His questions and feedback helped me to elaborate this tutorial, that could also I hope help you also. Cutting gears using a dividing head and indexing plates isn’t always so easy to figure out, once you got the principle, then, the next times it ‘s much easier to figure how to do it without researching the whole web again and start from scratch… Hope you’ll enjoy and get something from the effort I put up trying to make gear cutting accessible to all of us…. Thank you for watching and I hope you like this type of video… Bruce Whitham’s YouTube Channel: Bruce Whitham https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6HG4kXPSgb1Bhx6CY9e6iw/featured Philippe’s YouTube Channel: Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/featured Thumbs up, a comment and even better a subscription is always a great way to say you appreciate the efforts I put in the making of those videos… 😉 Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
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Abrasive jet machining This vedio explains simply how the abrasive jet machining works ,working principles., applications , advantages and dis advantages
Craftsman Atlas lathe lead screw machining part 2 of 2
Here is the finish of the lead screw. I got mine at https://www.roton.com
TTL Adaptive Machining Technology in an Egg Shell
TTL's adaptive machining technology explained... Many of TTL’s customers or those who have attended our seminars will be aware of an interesting demonstration that we use to help illustrate our Adaptive Machining Technology by CNC engraving an eggshell via a fully automated process. It’s true that using a 5-axis machine tool to engrave chicken eggs is rather unusual. However, this seemingly strange idea may not be as crazy as it first appears. Eggs do have some similarities with blades, vanes and components found in turbine applications; they are complex three dimensional shapes, difficult to fixture, easily damaged during the machining process and critically, no two eggs are identical. We revised this demonstration to show the principles of Adaptive Machining and to illustrate the capability of our solutions. A company name or logo can be CNC machined into the shell of a raw egg using a standard 5-axis machine tool, without causing the shell to crack. Since eggs are all different in shape and size, each one is digitised and the resulting data captured via TTL’s Adaptive Machining Software where it is processed and a unique tool path for that particular egg is generated. The resulting NC programme controls a 5-axis machine tool, cutting to a consistent depth of around 0.05mm (0.002 inches), regardless of the surface variations. The problems encountered when engraving the egg are technically similar to those of machining many features of new cast or forged blades or vanes, or removing the coating or blending excess weld from repaired ones.
Optimized machining… Ultra fast threading, FAST accurate machining, etc  CNMG 432 from Banggood
In this video I’ll be demonstrating how to optimize, material removal rate, FAST threading, fast accurate machining with NO sneaking in, chip control, minimize tool changes, minimize setups, etc…. The steel allow used in this video is 4340 heat treated steel, Rockwell reading is around 33 on the C scale, this is pretty demanding machining, form the part of the tooling and the machine itself. Everything you want to optimize when making multiple parts and those techniques can also be used when making single parts, you want to cut down on your machining time, I think you could enjoy some of tricks of the trade, I agree that there are many ways to achieve the expected results, this is my approach in this situation, if you know something better, please let me know how you would get it done, chances are that I’ll also be learning something… 😉 What’s in Your Box contest is hosted by my good friend Keith Fenner in order to encourage young and not so young ones to embrace a serious interest in the machining trade, it’s open worldwide to anyone that feels he or she wants to seriously get involved in machining… For more details about all of this here is the reference to Keith’s channel and web site: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- https://www.youtube.com/user/KEF791/featured http://turnwrightmachineworks.com/whats-in-your-box-the-giveaway-project/ My friend Philippe has his YouTube Channel: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Phil’s Projects https://www.youtube.com/user/phildesjardins1/featured ====================================================== References to Banggood web trading site... ====================================================== You can get all the details to order the tools mentionned in this video by following the links below... Drillpro 10pcs CNMG120408-MA US735 Carbide Inserts Turning Tool Holder Inserts https://goo.gl/ovx4UN ====================================================== At the present time there is a 15% promotiion, just take advantage of it here: Special offers on other CNC parts with 15%off coupon inside: https://goo.gl/bBFBu4 ====================================================== Thank you for viewing... Hope you enjoyed and please leave a comment, like and subscribe Pierre Beaudry [email protected]
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Iscar Chip Formation.wmv
Slow motion of what happens in the cut. Different coatings, different materials.
Views: 1138154 Rick Steinard
Laser Beam Machining (LBM)
Advanced Manufacturing Processes by Dr. A.K. Sharma, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Roorkee. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Machining Fundamentals
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How Wire EDM Works
Basic introduction to the wire EDM and high-speed small hole EDM processes. Short, interesting video on the fundamentals of the electrical discharge machining process.
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Sterling Machining Limited
Sterling Machining Limited are a precision machining company, that specialise within the extrusion tooling & subcontract machining industries. Our company is based upon three important principles - experience, knowledge and quality.
The fundamental principles of Precision Machining for Lathe Part 1
http://www.PAPrecision.com Cutting Speed as well as Feed - Its significance in Precision Machining of the metal components The term " cutting speed, " as applied to machine tools, means the cutting performed by tool edge, in a given time. Or the material cut by the tool within a given time, would measure if extended in a straight line. The term " feed, " as applied to a machine tool, means the thickness of the cut or shaving taken by the tool. Planing machines being constructed so that their tables run at a given and unchangeable speed, their cutting speed is fixed. The operator has only, therefore , to consider the question of the amount of feed to be given to the tool at a cut. It may be placed at a maximum by keeping the tool as stout as possible in proportion to its work. This makes it as hard as its strength will allow, as well as fastening it. So that its cutting edge is going to be as close to the tool post as circumstances will certainly permit. It is only when we treat of lathe work that the questions of feed as well as speed assume their real importance. Because there is no part of the turner's art by which so great a variation of practice exists or is possible. No part of his art so intricate and deceptive, as well as none requiring so much judgment, perception, as well as watchfulness. One reason being the nature of the work to be performed may render peculiar conditions of speed and feed necessary. Also a tool may appear to the unpracticed or experienced eye, to be doing excellent duty. But it is really falling far short of the duty it is capable of performing. For all work which is so slight as to be very liable to spring from the force of the cut, for work to perform which a tool slight in body must be used, and in cases where the tool has to take out a sweep or round a corner which has a break in it, a light or fine feed must be employed. And it is therefore advisable to let the cutting speed be as fast as the tool will stand. But under all ordinary circumstances, a maximum of tool feed rather than of lathe speed will perform the greatest quantity of work in a provided time. A keen tool, used with a quick speed and fine feed, will cut off thin shaving with a rapidity very pleasing to the eye. But it is deceptive to the judgment. For under such a high rate of cutting speed, the tool will not stand either a deep cut or a coarse feed. And the increase in the depth of cut and in the feed of the tool, obtainable by the employment of a slower lathe speed more than compensates for the reduction of lathe speed necessary to their attainment. http://youtu.be/rZXLIOoce2Q
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Machining in a new direction – PrimeTurning™ by Sandvik Coromant
Turning is a mature machining process that has seemingly been around forever. But what if there was something that could deliver genuine competitive gain? To make such a leap, the very principles of conventional turning would have to be challenged. This is the exact thinking applied by experts from R&D at Sandvik Coromant, Ronnie Löf and Adam Johansson, in development of PrimeTurning™ - a revolutionary new process that has to be seen to be believed.
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EDUCATION IS STRENGTH In this video we can learn electron beam machining and advantages of electron beam machining, applications of electron beam machining

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