Machining Process

1.Machining:

Machining is the process of material removal in which a cutting tool removes unwanted material from a work piece to produce desired shape and size.

2.Lathe Operations:

2.1.General Turning

                2.1.a.Facing

                2.1.b.Turning

                2.1.c.Internal Turning

2.2.Grooving

                2.2.a. ID Groove

                2.2.b. OD Groove

                2.2.c. Face Groove

2.3.Threading

                2.3.a. OD Threading

                2.3.b. ID Threading

                                2.3.b.1. Straight

  1. Right Hand
  2. Single Start
  3. Multi Start
  4. Left Hand

                                2.3.b.2. Taper

2.4.Hole Making

                2.4.a. Centering

                2.4.b. Drilling

                2.4.c. Reaming

3.Difference Between Turning Machines And Milling Machines

S.No TURNING MACHINES MILLING MACHINES
1 Work Piece Rotates Work Piece Remains Stationery
2 Tool is stationary and removes the material . Tool rotates and material removal is done.
3 Has only Two Axis – X, Z. Has three axis- X,Y,Z.
4 It has single point cutting tool It has multipoint cutting tool

4.Turning

A machining process in which a single-point tool removes material from the surface of a rotating work piece.

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