Required Reading (Turning, Milling & Drilling) HW

Required Reading - EML2322L MAE Design and Manufacturing Laboratory REQUIRED READING TURNING MILLING DRILLING PROCESSES Text Cutting Tool

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EML2322L -- MAE Design and Manufacturing Laboratory REQUIRED READING: TURNING, MILLING & DRILLING PROCESSES Text: Cutting Tool Applications Author: George Schneider Jr. Description: This material introduces the manufacturing processes you will learn in lab as you work on your assignments over the next few weeks. The assigned questions for turning, milling and drilling discussions are due promptly at the beginning of your lab section the second week of classes. You should refer back to these assignments to reinforce the concepts as you work on the equipment during the semester. Several questions on the weekly quizzes and final exam will come from these assignments. This material should provoke thoughtful discussions with the professor & TAs. Only neatly written work answered on these printed assignment sheets and stapled together will be graded. Please staple all 6 assignment pages together. Remember to denote your proper lab period. Turning Discussion: Turning Tools and Operations (CH. 4) Turning Methods and Machines (CH. 5) Milling Discussion: Milling Cutters and Operations (CH. 12)
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course EML 2322l taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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Required Reading - EML2322L MAE Design and Manufacturing Laboratory REQUIRED READING TURNING MILLING DRILLING PROCESSES Text Cutting Tool

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