By Arthur Meyers, Thomas Slattery
As a accomplished and easy-to-use hands-on resource, this ebook is meant to function a reminiscence jog for the skilled, in addition to a reference for programmers and others who won't do the machining yet do want to know precisely what is interested by appearing a given machining step, a chain of steps, or a whole activity. last actual to its unique strategy, the recent moment version maintains to provide the foundations of uncomplicated machining, whereas summarizing the foremost concerns concerned. Logically prepared, this time-tested reference starts off with these machining steps that the majority usually start the machining approach and strikes throughout the easy machining operations. it's a must-have source for knowledgeable machinists; programmers; tooling, layout and construction engineers; and scholars.
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With its simplicity of setup, the band machine often can complete jobs in less time than it takes to make the initial setup for other machining methods. TROUBLE SHOOTING BAND PROBLEMS Saw band problems usually result from improper adjustment, incorrect feeds or speeds or incorrect choice of blade. , and also apply in general to such other types of sawing machines as hacksaws and cold saws. To correct a given sawing problem, the following procedures can help isolate the problem and ameliorate or eliminate it: 1.
Another valuable application is cutting small bars with great speed. On a production job, cut-off speed may well warrant the cost of the wheels if stock is automatically fed. -diameter bar can be cut off in 2 sec, so a very fast automatic feed must be provided if stock indexing is to keep up with the cut-off speed. Operating the Abrasive Cut-off Saw The following is the procedure for operating an abrasive cut-off saw: 1. Selection of the correct abrasive wheel is important. The following factors must be considered.
This capability is largely due to its greater size, power, heavy-duty construction, powered tables, and the ability to utilize a wide range of high-speed steel, carbide, diamond, and other high-technology bandcutting tools, in addition to the ability to use a variety of simple ﬁxtures. Solid Segments A band saw blade removes only about one-sixteenth of an inch of material in the form of chips (“kerf”) when it makes a cut; the remaining unwanted metal is removed in solid chunks. Thus the time required to perform machining is minimized 34 C U T- O F F and the solid portions removed can often be used for other parts, both important considerations when performing machining work with thick cross-sections and major areas to be removed.