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Lathe And Planer Tools, Standard Shop Tools and their Use, Cutting Speeds and Feeds J M Stabel

Lathe And Planer Tools, Standard Shop Tools and their Use, Cutting Speeds and Feeds

J M Stabel

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A comprehensive guide produced in 1912 for the Machinery’s Reference Series, and designed specifically for students of engineering. The book is written in easy to understand language and each stage is illustrated with line drawings. A guide to how itMoreA comprehensive guide produced in 1912 for the Machinery’s Reference Series, and designed specifically for students of engineering. The book is written in easy to understand language and each stage is illustrated with line drawings. A guide to how it was done before the world of computers!Divided into 5 chapters, the book covers the following:CHAPTER I CUTTING TOOLS FOR PLANER AND LATHERake of Planer ToolsThe Cutting Edges of Lathe ToolsRake and ClearanceGrindingSpeeds and FeedsMiscellaneous Lathe ToolsCHAPTER II BORING TOOLSHolding the Work tightly Against the CenterDifference Between Inside and Outside TurningCommon Type of Boring ToolBoring-tool HoldersBoring BarsBoring out TubesCHAPTER III FORGING LATHE BORING TOOLSCHAPTER IV -SHAPE OF STANDARD SHOP TOOLSStandard ToolsElements Considered in Adopting- Standard ToolsRelative Importance of the Elements Affecting the Cutting: SpeedAdvantages of Bound-nosed ToolsObject of Having the Cutting Edge of Tools CurvedAdvantages and Disadvantages of Broad-nosed ToolsInfluence of Small Radius of Curvature on ChatterRelation Between Cost of Forging- and GrindingLength of Shanks of Cutting1 ToolsCHAPTER V CUTTING SPEEDS AND FEEDS FOR LATHE TOOLSMaking Straight Forming ToolsUse of Second Master FormerMaking Concave Forming- Tools in the Milling- MachineComputing: Dimensions for Forming: ToolsCircular Forming ToolsFormulas for Circular Forming ToolsCharts for Dimensions of Forming Tools