EML2322L Quiz 1 - C. Directly on the spindle centerline D....

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EML2322L Quiz 1 (5/18/10) Answer the following questions based on the information presented in the lab and lecture. You can use any notes but do not discuss this information with other students. Which of the following is not a common component of an engine lathe: A. Ram B. Headstock C. Cross slide D. Tool post E. Tailstock What rotates on a lathe: A. The cutting tool B. The chuck C. The material/workpiece D. B & C above Turning is a metal cutting process used mainly for the generation of rectangular surfaces. TRUE / FALSE Which of the following is not a common work holding method on a lathe: A. Holding in a chuck B. Holding between centers C. Holding in the tail-stock D. Holding in a collet When operating a lathe the tool bit should typically be positioned: A. Above center to obtain better surface finish B. Below center to optimize chip evacuation
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Unformatted text preview: C. Directly on the spindle centerline D. None of the above Name: Lab Period: W1-2 / W3-4 / W5-6 (circle one) R1-2 / R3-4 / R5-6 What rotates on a milling machine: A. The material/workpiece B. The cutting tool C. The spindle D. B & C above The common types of mills are: A. Knee and column mills B. Bed mills C. Turret mills D. Drill mills E. A & B above Which of the following is the most common work holding method on a mill: A. Holding in a chuck B. Holding between centers C. Holding in a vise D. Holding in a collet Two of the most basic milling operations are: A. End milling B. Key milling C. Face milling D. A & B above E. A & C above Milling is a metal cutting process used primarily for the generation of cylindrical surfaces. TRUE / FALSE...
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