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Basic Machining Terminology (16 hours)

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Training Program Description

Course Description: This course is designed to provide the student with knowledge of various machining operations and the terminology associated with them. Tolerance, TIR, limit dimensions, screw pitch, threading, pocketing, keyways and keyseats, tooling and more.

Course Objectives:

  1. Describe the components of the lathe and its basic operations
  2. Describe the components of the milling machine and its basic operations
  3. Describe the various work holding devices used in machining operations
  4. Describe the various tooling used in machining operations

Student Learning Outcomes to be measured:

  1. Identify lathe components
  2. Identify milling machine components
  3. Identify the various tooling used and their applications
  4. Explain work holding devices and their applications

Course Topics:

  • Lathe parts
  • Accessories & tooling
  • Lathe work holding devices
  • Threads forms
  • Thread cutting
  • Steady rest, follower rest, mandrels
  • Center work
  • Drilling, boring, reaming, tapping
  • Milling machines - horizontal and vertical parts and operations
  • Milling machine set-ups
  • Work holding devices
  • Drilling, boring, reaming, tapping
  • Vertical mill set head square to table
  • Edgefinder, linefinder
  • Rotary table, dividing head

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