All Geared Lathe Machine

All Geared Lathe Machine
All Geared Lathe Machine

Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Basic Understanding: Chamfer, Facing & Turning on Lathe Machine

Chamfer, Facing & Turning on Lathe Machine

There are various operations performed on the lathe machine apart than plain turning of the metal piece. These are Chamfer, facing, Turning. Grooving, Forming, Knurling, Drilling, Taper Turning and other operations are performed on the single lathe machine. Few of the operations are discussed here below:

1. Chamfering: Chamfering is the operation of beveling the extreme end of the work piece. The form tool used for taper turning may be used for this purpose. Chamfering is an essential operation after thread cutting so that the nut may pass freely on the threaded work piece.

2. Facing: Facing is the operation of machining the ends of a piece of work to produce flat surface square with the axis. The operation involves feeding the tool perpendicular to the axis of rotation of the work.

3. Turning: Turning in a lathe is to remove excess material from the work piece to produce a cylindrical surface of required shape and size.

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