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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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- Spring '08