In which performance areas you feel you could not meet the superior's expectations
you firt want to a cut a slit on a dinkle and then fart in a can, i think thats what you do maybe or you can just do, if you know what i mean
There is no such person as Turret Lathe. A turret lathe is a metal lathe that is used in manufacturing to repetitively produce duplicate parts. This can make a production line run smoother.
carriage comprises of parts-saddle and apron.
A cylindrical job can be done by using a lot of turing operations. A lathe turning operation is done using a machinery. There are many different parts to a turning tool. Some examples of a turning tool are left-hand turning tool and the right hand turning tool.
Face Plate is used on Lathe machine. It is just like lathe chuck. irregular shape job clamp on face plate by clamps, bolts.
All gearboxes work the same way: there is a gear on the motor, a gear on the thing you're trying to drive, and sometimes a set of gears between the two. The ratio between the gears, plus the RPM of the motor, determines the speed of the workpiece. If the gear on the motor is larger than the gear on the workpiece the RPM of the workpiece will be higher than the speed of the motor. If the workpiece's gear is larger, the workpiece will turn slower than the motor. Given that, though, I've never seen a gearbox on a wood lathe. Wood lathes use belt drive for two reasons, the most important being safety--if you get a catch, a workpiece on a belt driven lathe won't damage you as badly as a workpiece on a gear-driven lathe. Also, belt drive won't feed vibration from the workpiece back into the motor and damage the bearings. Gear drive is used on metal lathes.
Using geared head for gear box driven or stepped pulley if belt driven
One advantage of a lathe machine is that it can perform very detailed and intricate designs. One disadvantage of a lathe machine is that these machines are more expensive than other types of machines used to produce this type of work.
Woodworking lathes can be purchased from various retailers both instore and online. They are available at Woodcraft, Busy Bee Tools, and can also be found at Amazon or eBay. Reviews of different lathes can be viewed at Overstock.
I use a lathe to machine a new shaft from steel.
There are various ways for a lathe to hold its workpiece.
Open the chuck all the way and look down inside it, you'll probably see a screw you'll need to remove.
If it's an older model, and you don't see a screw, it's probably got a tapered shaft.
You can use the sane sort of a fork you use to remove a ball joint to remove the chuck.
All lathes could be considered "centre lathes." You turn "between centers." There's also a tool called a "machining center," but those are for computerized milling, normally of metal.
the size of a lathe can be described by either of the following ways.
1.DISTANCE BETWEEN THE TWO DEAD CENTERS.
2.SWING RADIUS. IT'S THE DISTANCE MEASURED FROM THE SADDLE/CARRIAGE TO THE AXIS OF THE SPINDLE.
For a Wood Lathe there are several, with many variations with-in each tool, here are some:
Superflute Bowl Gouge (many sizes)
Spindle Gouge (many sizes)
Detail Gouge (many sizes)
Roughing Gouge (many sizes)
Skew Chisels (many sizes)
Parting Tools (many sizes & shapes)
Bedan Tools (many sizes)
Scrapers: Round Sided, Diamond Sided, Square End, Round Nose, Dovetail, Shear,etc..
Multi-Tip Ring Tools
And many variations and designs of the Hollowing Tools
Also you have specialty tools like: Chatter Tools, Springett Chinese Ball Tools, Thread Cutting Tools, Texturing Tools, etc.
I might have missed some but these I've mentioned will do most anything you want on a Wood Lathe.
You can make anything cylindrical in shape on a lathe providing it can be held safely in the chuck. It can be used to cut diameters, bores, faces and create tapers. With the use of a tail stock it can also be used to drill perfectly centred holes with minimal effort. Also on higher quality lathes diameters can be turned in or out of concentricity as the operator wishes with the use of a four jawed chuck. There is also no limit to what metal you can cut either as the spindle speed and feed can be altered to suit the material you are cutting from plastics to hard alloys. Examples of simple projects are hammers, plum-bobs , ashtrays and even fisherman's priests to name but a few.
This is a system that guide the body of a lathe. And for Exfoliaion pieces of it as a preservative. And also for under drill holes in it.
facing is the proccess of reducing length of the work piece. it is done using cross slide. the tool is fed using the carriage.