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Machine Shop 4

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Machine Shop 4 Milling Machine 1

1 Milling Machine 1 Layout & Use; what the different parts do
2 Quill Feed Allows you to move tool up and down
3 Axis Handfeed Feed/Crank on Axis with Dials to adjust the Bed
4 Gibb Locks Holds/Locks Bed to Saddle & Saddle to Knee and Knee to Body of Machine Locking Ring Adjustments
5 Power Feed Attached to one or more of the Axes Forward/Reverse Knob and Variable Speeed Control
6 Digital Readouts Measure position of Axes to 0.001" or in mm
7 Milling Machine Set-Up Squaring the Head Square=Z-zxis of head [Quill] is perpendicular to axis of Bed
8 Squaring the Vise Adjusting the vice so back [stationary] jaw of vice is parallel to bed Machine Safety, Protocol, & Shop Safety 9 Milling Machine Accessories & Workholding Techniques Milling Machine Tools Drill Chuck-drilling & reaming Boreing Head-more precise cutting to 0.0002" Fly Cutter-used to square up a part [4 teeth and 1 single tooth] End Mill-shank type milling cutter Collett Chucks-holds End Mills Saws-used to make deep narrow slots-installed on an arbor Reamers-used to smooth out inside of drilled holes Edge Finder & Center Finder-used to locate punches or holes on a milled part Boreing Tool-Used on a shank head to bore holes

Comments (28)

the sounds works for me :)

Posted almost 6 years by brew

NO SOUND? Is this broken or corrupted or a fault on my system……….(as at 12th October)

Posted almost 6 years by Anonymous User

Machine Shop 4 Milling Machine 1 1 Milling Machine 1 Layout & Use; what the different parts do 2 Quill Feed Allows you to move tool up and down 3 Axis Handfeed Feed/Crank on Axis with Dials to adjust the Bed 4 Gibb Locks Holds/Locks Bed to Saddle & Saddle to Knee and Knee to Body of Machine Locking Ring Adjustments 5 Power Feed Attached to one or more of the Axes Forward/Reverse Knob and Variable Speeed Control 6 Digital Readouts Measure position of Axes to 0.001" or in mm 7 Milling Machine Set-Up Squaring the Head Square=Z-zxis of head [Quill] is perpendicular to axis of Bed 8 Squaring the Vise Adjusting the vice so back [stationary] jaw of vice is parallel to bed Machine Safety, Protocol, & Shop Safety 9 Milling Machine Accessories & Workholding Techniques Milling Machine Tools Drill Chuck-drilling & reaming Boreing Head-more precise cutting to 0.0002" Fly Cutter-used to square up a part [4 teeth and 1 single tooth] End Mill-shank type milling cutter Collett Chucks-holds End Mills Saws-used to make deep narrow slots-installed on an arbor Reamers-used to smooth out inside of drilled holes Edge Finder & Center Finder-used to locate punches or holes on a milled part Boreing Tool-Used on a shank head to bore holes

Posted almost 6 years by Anonymous User

1.Parts of milling Machine – good safety glasses comment 2. Quill Feed 3. Axis Handfeed 4. Gibb Locks 5. Power Feed

Posted almost 6 years by Anonymous User

THIS SET OF VIDEOS IS JUST WHAT I NEED TO FURTHER MY SKILLS ON THE M/Cs IN THE WORKSHOP FARMER 1

Posted over 5 years by Anonymous

Thank you!!! These vids are great!!

Posted over 5 years by Anonymous

very useful for a beginner like myself thanks!

Posted over 5 years by Anonymous

Why pound it with the hammer If you loosen further on you can press it out without damaging the spindle-bearings…

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:04:27

That is correct for the most part, there are some cheap machines that have encoders on the leadscrews (hand cranks) which would not give you absolute position of the bed but just an indication of the hand wheels basically

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:22:08

what’s he doing here?

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:03:54

he’s checking the vise, not the quill

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:25:01

micro-adjustment

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:26:16

It’s not that easy. The tool has a taper on it, and once seated it is gripped quite firmly.

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:04:27

Ive found that I can use the C spanner on the R8 collet to lever it lose rather than hammering the draw bar.

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:04:27

Yes, they measure the actual position.

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:22:08

You NEVER grease tapered collet/spindle surfaces. They rely on FRICTION to hold the collet in place.

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:05:00

glycerin filled dials can take a bit of shock just fine

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:36:25

He’s not hitting the indicator :)

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:36:05

Motion is relative :)

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:25:03

you must break the taper seal with hammer

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:04:41

some digital readouts can measure feed rates and seeds but main purpose is as ameasuring scale

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:23:05

some machines have a pneumatic piston used to press it out, this one is a manual.

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:04:27

So digital readouts do not measure movement of the feed screws, but the actual positions of the axes? Thus they automatically compensate for backlash?

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:22:08

shocking the indicator? Is that nice?

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:36:04

grease the mill once in a while and it will drop free

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:04:46

written coomments are not on screen long enough

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:37:06

Maybe a helmet and body armor would be good, too?

Posted 3 years by Anonymous 00:02:53

insert here

Posted 4 months by Anonymous 00:03:22

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