MACHINISTS AND NC PROGRAMMERS TO DEVELOP MACHINING PARAMETERS QUICKLY
SCRAP, BROKEN TOOLS AND MACHINE CRASHES. IMPROVE OVERALL PRODUCTIVITY.
Alliance Associates, Inc.
720 Maple Street, East
Aurora, New York
1993 implementing technology for businesses where resources are
or during a growth
MACHINING PARAMETERS SEMINAR:
this training is to provide fundamental working knowledge in machining
principles. Emphasis will be on material removal processes performed on
computerized numerically controlled (CNC) lathes and machining centers.
Detailed information will be illustrated for selecting the following
conditions: feed, speed, depth-of-cut, horsepower, cutting tool
and geometry. This training program gives each participant the most
and comprehensive machining data reference material available.
receives the 2 Volume, 2,304 page Machining Data Handbook containing
related to cutting conditions based on a wide variety of workpiece
machining operations and tooling materials. These texts are the
standard of the industry. This $160 volume set is from the Institute of
Advanced Manufacturing Sciences, Inc. IAMS is a not-for-profit national
information analysis center for applied research, development and
Their mission is to enhance the competitiveness of companies by
the implementation of technology and improving business practices,
upon the resources of industry, academia and government.
software will also be demonstrated during the training. It is the
Data Handbook for a multi-task Windows environment, containing the most
comprehensive listing of feeds, speeds, power requirements and metal
rates in the world.
The training contains
class hand-outs, slide projections, text and graphic illustrations, and
four specific exercises (two for lathes and two for machining centers).
There will be a three month follow-up survey and a post training test
those who wish to participate.
Material Groups: Carbon Steels; Free Machining Stainless Steels;
Material Composition & Hardness: Machining Operations; Turning
Single Point and Box Tools; Face Milling; End Milling -
Drilling; Reaming; Boring; Counterboring & Spotfacing; Tapping.Tool
Materials: General Guidelines for Selection of Materials; High Speed
Steels; Carbides; Coated Carbides.
Geometry: Single Point Turn, Bore, Form & Cutoff; Single Point
Thread & Tap Thread; End Mill & Face Mill; Drill, Oil-Hole
Spade Drill; Reamer.
Fluids: Function of Cutting Fluids; Type of Cutting Fluids;
Selection of Cutting Fluids.
for Turning, Milling & Drilling: Cutting Speed, SFM; Revolutions
Per Minute, RPM; Feed Rate, IPM; Feed Rate Per Tooth, IPT; Cutting
Minutes; Rate of Metal Removal, Cubic Inches Per Minute; Horsepower;
Guidelines: General Machining Guidelines; Guidelines for Drilling;
Tool Life; Types of Machinability Data.
Cutting tool geometry
and materials, workpiece alloys and your own unique machining
require that you use the best data available to minimize tooling costs
and maximize machine tool utilization. This training provides the
and methods to work toward these goals immediately.
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