How is the tool work relationship in turning different than that in facing?
In turning, the work rotates and the tool is fed parallel to the axis of rotation. In
facing the tool is
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Todays 1st DVD clip concerns Turning & Lathe Basics. Turning on a
lathe is a machining operation.
That is, it removes material from the
o While watching this DVD, note the following concepts and
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Todays 1st DVD clip covers Electrical Discharge Machining. This is one
type of non-traditional machining.
Note the following information
presented in the clip.
o As a machining process, EDM is characterized b
Todays DVD clip is on Welding.
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Welding is one method of joining
materials. Note the following information.
o Types of fusion welding.
Note that the clip only discusses arc
welding. Gas welding is also consider
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Project management methods an overview:
o Many project management methods are available.
The goal of
each is to match tasks that must be accomplished (part production)
with resources available (raw materials,
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Lets complete our look at finishes and surface treatments with a look at
the general area of surface coatings.
o One of the most common surface coatings is paint.
Paints come in a wide variety of formulations
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Our DVD clip today is entitled Milling & Machining Center Basics. Note
the following information presented in the clip.
o Types of machining centers.
Pros/cons of each.
What goes into your decision to use one
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Its always good when starting a new course of study to become familiar
with the terminology used in the field.
o Manufacturing process the process used to turn raw materials
and components into finished produc
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Todays DVD clip is on Basic Hole Making. While watching the clip, note
the following information:
o General classification of drilling and hole cutting tools.
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Todays DVD Clip is on Heat Treating.
o Heat treating is used to change the properties of a metal.
o Heat treating may be used to give the part properties that it did not
have before we processed it. For examp
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Lets continue our investigations of forming processes.
As we introduced in Lecture 13, forming processes change the
shape of the workpiece by plastically deforming it.
This means that the forces exerted on t