Which operation require iow spindle speed on lathe turning or threading cutting?
the spindle of a CNC machine rotates the cutting tool.
I thought you knew....
A machine having more than one spindle is called multi-spindle machine. A machine with 2 spindles are termed twin-spindle machine. In some of the cnc turning centers twin spindles are used to perform first and second operation simultaneously to complete machining of that component in same operating time. Spindles more than 2 is using in drilling machines normally to perform drilling operation of components like automobile engines at a time.
What does motor proteins require to function in the movement of chromosomes toward the poles of the mitotic spindle?
ATP as an energy source.
Cutting Speed :- Rate at which point on work circumference travels past cutting tool.It always express in feet/min.and if it is too high cutting tool breaks down rapidly and if too slow low production rate occurs. Feed :- The distance that cutting tool advances along the length of work piece for every revolution of the spindle.
Don't bet the farm on my answer here. And don't take this verbatim. I'm having an issue with mine as well. When I asked around I was told that in this particular model car has something a little different on it. The spindle is left threaded, and to even remove the bearing to get it fixed, it requires a left threaded disposable nut for the spindle after replacement. Unfortunately since this was the only model… Read More
The spindle on a watch is a staff
The Spindle Fibers are Little spindle-looking structures that move the Chromosomes during Mitosis
Drilling capacity in steel Tapping in steel Taper in spindle nose Spindle speed range Number of spindle Spindle feed range No of feeds Distance of spindle axis from column surface with spindle Distance between spindle face & floor level Rotation of arm around column Angle of drill head swivel from horizontal Power of spindle motor Distance between drilling spindle axis in horizontal Column traverse along bed Speed of column traverse along bed Total weight of… Read More
Sleeping Beauty pricked her finger on a spindle. Put the spindle of thread in the sewing machine.
I am very familiar with air rifles and have never heard of SPINDLE. What is SPINDLE and how is it used.
spindle fibers are composed of what? Answer: Microtubules
Spindle fibers help separate the chromosomes.
this means do not spindle a motion ....... or else ! ! !
Are called spindle fibers .
the spindle pulls apart chromatids during metaphase
What is a spindle cell tumor in the stomach?
Spindle fibers disassemble.
These two are entirely different machines both in geometrically and functionally. A lathe is a machine for producing cylindrical or spherical jobs. The main parts of a lathe are Head stock, tail stock, bed with guideways, carriage, cross slide tool post, legs, feed box, feed rod, gearbox, lead screw. The main parts of a milling machine are vertical column housing the spindle, gearbox, longitudinal and transverse saddle and tool harbor. In a lathe the work… Read More
The function of the spindle fiber is to guide the sister chromatids to opposite poles. The spindle fibers are what the chromosomes attach to.
Spindle fibers form from centrioles.
Spindle fibers form during mitosis.
Animal cells have spindle fibers in them.
The spindle moves up and down and carries the shaft of the drill inside it. As the drill turns inside the spindle, the spindle can be lowered, bringing the drill bit into contact with the work.
The centriole anchors the spindle fibers and assists in pulling apart the chromosomes. The spindle fibers attach to the chromosomes during metaphase.
Spindle fibres first appear in Prophase
the stage in mitosis when the spindle is formed is prophase!
the spindle fibers disappear in telophase
Spindle fibers consist of fibers made of microtubules and associated proteins. While the mitotic spindle assembles, the other microtubules of the cytoskeleton partially disassemble, probably providing the material used to construct the spindle.
Spindle fibers are not cells but components of cells which are essential in the process of cell division. In animal cells, the spindle fibers are formed by centrioles; however, in plant cells, there is no apparent organizer of the spindle fibers.
As the centrosomes separate, spindle fibers made of microtubules radiate from the centrosome in preparation for mitosis. This array of spindle fibers is called the mitotic spindle, which serves to equally divide the chromatids between the two offspring cells during cell division. Two types of spindle fibers make up the mitotic spindle: kinetochore fibers and polar fibers.
The spindle, made up of centrioles and spindle fibers,helps move chromosomes apart during mitosis.
Spindle fiber is made of clusters of aggregated microtubules. The spindle fibers will form at opposite poles of a cell during the prophase in mitosis.
The spindle forms during prophase of mitosis or meiosis. The spindle is made up of protein fibers, which are microtubules of the cytoskeleton.
the centrosomes are used for growth of the mitotic spindle.
The spindle reflex in your legs prevents your legs from buckling when you are standing up.
The spindle aligns the chromosomes along the equator of the cell.
The spindle fibres are in the nucleus and they are envolved in mitosis.
the spindle fibers dissassemble and the cell undergoes cytokinesis
The spindle fibers attach to either side of the Chromosomes Centromeres.
a spindle fiber is a specialized form of microtubules...that's what it is made of
A mitotic spindle? Yes they do. They only have centrosomes though, and no centrioles.
The spindle fibers 'disappears' during Anaphase.
how do you change scagg52"walk behind spindle and pulley
Spindle Fibers or just Spindle.
The kinetochore attaches the spindle fiber to a chromatid.
The mitotic spindle orchestrates the movements of the chromosomes during mitosis.
During metaphase each chromosome attaches to spindle fibers. The centriole anchors the spindle fibers and helps in splitting the chromosome.
when there is tripolar spindle fiber the chromosomes are likely to have 3 spindle lines making the chromosomes split into each other.