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Machine Shop 8

Duration 45:02

Machine Shop 8 Lathe 1

1 The Lathe Components @ Set-Up Axes and Feeds
2 Turning Tools
3 Turning and Facing
4 Cutting Off a Part

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Machine Shop 8 Lathe 1

1 The Lathe Components @ Set-Up Axes and Feeds 2 Turning Tools 3 Turning and Facing 4 Cutting Off a Part

Posted over 5 years by Anonymous User

how does this guy still have his fingers?

Posted 5 years by Anonymous

I always wondered what gets done with the metal chips. Interesting video!

Posted almost 4 years by stephanieg

Might be a lead hammer??? ;)

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:35:24

Mention position of tool sticking out of holder

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:12:59

Careful to disengage power feed before you go to far in cutting

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:20:42

Again, like in drilling, no word of the type of lubricant for a given material!

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:30:43

I think it was in video # 2 or 3 he said the stuff he was using was a 10 percent mixture of a water soluble oil and 90 percent water, unless you meant what is the best type of coolant/oil to use for the specific material being worked???

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:30:43

Don’t touch anything with your hands! It might be too hot!

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:33:00

that ain’t a soft hammer

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:35:24

Oops- you’re correct. The edges are now two, 45 degree (135 included angle) each

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:16:44

there are two 45 degree edges instead of one 90 degree edge.???

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:16:44

Watch the chatter as it will snap the end of the cutoff tool right off especially in aluminum (softer metal).

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:29:53

Watch your knuckles!!!

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:16:57

yeah, like if you set the power feed up for coarse travel and it is real close to the chuck

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:20:34

Drill may be bent too

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:38:57

I usually use a small chip brush to clear off the flutes and alos if there is any cutting lube/coolant on the brush it is a good way to put just a little on the drill ;)

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:40:53

Wasn’t this just demonstrated? He could have used the compound for adding the chamfer as well, with the tool at the original angle.

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:22:22

it is faster to turn the tool post.

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:22:22

Looks like lead to me too. Soft = Softer than the chuck.

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:35:24

nope, just a straight chamfer, either with a bit or the file

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:16:44

that’s better

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