Lesson 02-B- Files and Filing.pptx - Seneca College of Applied Arts Technology THY101 Files and Filing Files and Filing \u2022 Despite advances in

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THY101 Files and Filing Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology
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Despite advances in machining technology we still sometimes rely on hand tools and basic layout practices. o Deburring: Removing sharp edges from workpieces. o Fine fitting: Hand cutting and shaping material accurately. Files and Filing
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Files are made from carbon steel that has been hardened. What does it mean when the term, “hardness” is described when discussing engineering materials? Can you find the definition online? Files and Filing
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Mill and Saw files Machinists’ files Swiss Pattern (needle files) Curved Tooth and rasps Types of Files
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Dead Smooth Smooth Second cut Bastard Coarse Rough Basic Degrees of Roughness
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A file’s size is determined by the length of the file measured from the point to the heel. File Size or Length
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Flat Pillar Square Knife Three-square Half-round Round File Shapes – Cross Section
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Files may be single or double cut. Single cut files are best for achieving a smooth surface finish.
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