By Ian Bradley
A connection with workshop strategies for version engineers, which additionally covers developing a workshop.
Many Machinist initiatives, would get advantages from analyzing this book.
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But to return to the milling machine. Many readers will know that, historically, the horizontal miller was 61 : , : L I : I r : : , . 1 little consideration will show that much of the effective capacity of a small machine can be reduced by fitting to it a vice that is too P~igh. Reputable rnak=r L,oi machine tools manufacture the vices fitted to them. It can be assumed, therefore, that the equipment they supply is suitable and is also accurate. Under these circumstances, iherefore, it may not be considered necessary to check the vice supplied.
4 was for cutting internal keyways in he bores ofpulleys and other machine The inset cutter-bit enables such keyways to be accurately machined for both width and depth by referring to the index collars fitted to the feed screws of the machine. The Starrett taper gauge, Fig. 5 is graduated in thousandths of an inch and provides a ready means of measuring the width and depth of the keyways as machining proceeds. External keyways can also be cut in shafts with a tool similar to that used for parting off work in the lathe.
Merhod of avoiding from the steady jaws Fig. 6. The travelling steady damage WORKSHO turned and be secured in the positio: desired. The second or Travelling Stead) seen in &q. 6, is attached to the saddl of the L&e and is brought to bear 01 work mounted between centres. I enables the turning tool to be set 40s to itsjaws and prevents the work itsel from backing away from the toolpoin The steady has a pair ofjaws, restrain ing the work in both the horizonta and vertical direction, and these, i common with the jaws of the fixec steady, are usualiy made of bronze Thejawsare, ofcourse,adjustableant can be clamped where required in re lation to the work.
Amateur's Workshop by Ian Bradley