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Machine Shop 7

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Machine Shop 7 Milling Machine 4
1 Reaming Holes Reamer is used to make a drilled hole larger and smoother within 2/10000" of it's diameter
2 Boring Holes A Boring Head is used for making very accurate holes; also used on a quill producing more accurate holes
3 Milling a Slot End Mills used to mill slots in a piece
4 Milling a Shoulder Conventional & Climb Milling

A Shoulder or step milled into a piece Conventional Milling-part is fed against the motion of the tool; best for rough cuts Climb Milling-Part is being fed along with direction or rotation of the tool; better surface finish cuts

5 Cleaning the Machine

Very important in the use of milling machine; chips, dust, etc.. Needs to be cleaned Only a brush or vacuum should be used. Air should never be used; this risks blowing chips into machine and possibly damaging it Most accidents in a machine shop happen when bringing parts to a machine or when the machien is being cleaned

Comments (28)

Ditto to gloves never being worn where things rotate. They can catch and you will be pulled in.

Posted 6 years by Anonymous User

Gloves should never be worn on a mill, lathe or drill press.

Posted 6 years by Anonymous User

Excellent video, glad to see safety glasses on this one, gloves would really drive a good point home. Great explanation on climb milling verse conventional milling!

Posted 6 years by Anonymous User

Machine Shop 7 Milling Machine 4 1 Reaming Holes Reamer is used to make a drilled hole larger and smoother within 2/10000" of it's diameter 2 Boring Holes A Boring Head is used for making very accurate holes; also used on a quill producing more accurate holes 3 Milling a Slot End Mills used to mill slots in a piece 4 Milling a Shoulder Conventional & Climb Milling A Shoulder or step milled into a piece Conventional Milling-part is fed against the motion of the tool; best for rough cuts Climb Milling-Part is being fed along with direction or rotation of the tool; better surface finish cuts 5 Cleaning the Machine Very important in the use of milling machine; chips, dust, etc.. Needs to be cleaned Only a brush or vacuum should be used. Air should never be used; this risks blowing chips into machine and possibly damaging it Most accidents in a machine shop happen when bringing parts to a machine or when the machien is being cleaned

Posted 6 years by Anonymous User

Excellent video, glad to see safety glasses on this one, gloves would really drive a good point home. Great explanation on climb milling verse conventional milling!

Posted 6 years by Anonymous User

You shouldn’t be used the quill for milling. Bring the knee up and lock the the quill down in its fully retracted state. You can damage the quill by the extreme side forces generated from milling.

Posted 6 years by Anonymous

great video, I’ve never seen before that precise instruction video.

I’m student from Poland.

Posted almost 6 years by Anonymous

Je tenais à vous féliciter pour ces vidéos remarquables. Elles sont littéralement bourrées d’astuces jamais vues nulle part.
Bravo et merci au nom de tous les bricoleurs de la terre

JLH974
Reunion Island

Posted almost 6 years by Anonymous

conventional milling animation is wrong

Posted almost 6 years by Anonymous

I just had to stick around til the very end, got to be thorough didn’t want to miss anything. ;)

Posted over 4 years by Anonymous 00:45:31

Not with calipers, you don’t. How about gauge pins??

Posted over 4 years by Anonymous 00:07:55

Oh. Never mind. ;-)

Posted over 4 years by Anonymous 00:08:57

There’s nothing here go away!

Posted over 4 years by Anonymous 00:39:48

Yea, I almost made the same comment. LOL

Posted over 4 years by Anonymous 00:08:57

end of movie

Posted over 4 years by japroach 00:22:59

…uhh…

Posted 4 years by Anonymous 00:23:49

I guess they forgot to pay the editors?

Posted 4 years by Anonymous 00:23:58

wATCH YOUR FINGERS, BUDDY!!!

Posted 4 years by Anonymous 00:18:30

You mean a SMALLER endmill!!!!!

Posted 4 years by Anonymous 00:20:57

no lube?

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:05:06

keep watching

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:31:48

seriously, almost there

Posted almost 4 years by Anonymous 00:34:32

No- LARGER so that it would have more force to move the table/backlash and then break when seeing a lot of material…

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:21:00

see dark area in channel on right side of part? No lube = too hot =burnt metal

Posted over 3 years by Anonymous 00:13:59

This would be a great place to demonstrate a telescopic hole gage.

Posted over 2 years by Anonymous 00:07:54

No eye protection.

Posted over 2 years by Anonymous 00:06:47

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Posted over 1 year by Anonymous 00:29:10

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