Machining Techniques

Content:-
SPEED AND FEED SELECTIONS
FEEDRATES
1FEED AND SPEED ADJUSTMENTS
DEPTH OF CUT
EFFECTS OF CIRCULAR TOOL PATHS ON FEEDRATES
CHIP THINNING FACTORS
HORSEPOWER
CLIMB MILLING VERSUS CONVENTIONAL MILLING
DEFLECTION
FACE MILLING
CORNERS
GENERATING CORNERS
POCKET CUTTING
BURNED FLOORS
MILLING OPEN AND CLOSED ANGLE FLANGES
SEQUENCE OF CUTS
EFFECTS OF MACHINE TYPE ON MACHINING PHILOSOPHY
FINISHING EXTREMELY FRAIL, UNSUPPORTED CANTILEVERED STRUCTURES
FLANGE TOPS
RABBET CUTS (STEP CUTS FOR ADJOINING PARTS OR SKINS)
DEEP NARROW SLOTS
CLEVISES
REMOVING LARGE PIECES OF EXCESS MATERIAL
CUTOUTS
SURFACING
MACHINING DOUBLY CURVED SURFACES
TOOLING TABS TOOL TABS CAN BE USED FOR LOCATING, RESTRAINING OR BOTH.
PROFILING PERIPHERY OF THIN PLATES
PICTURE FRAME TOOLING
MACHINING PARTS WITH KNIFE EDGES
NORMAL DRILLING
REAMING
BORING
BACK-SPOTFACING AND BACK-BORING
TAPPING
MISCELLANEOUS TIPS AND MACHINING INFORMATION

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