Production processes aimed at creating Stainless Steel Flatpacks address the various heat treatments possible on certain materials to obtain new properties. The various properties and characteristics of ferrous and non-ferrous metals as well as those of non-metallic and composite materials are described. The student also learns how to measure the hardness of metals.
The lathe work is of great importance because it allows the student in machining techniques to make many cylindrical parts used in mechanical manufacturing. These parts are the essential elements of different devices, devices and machines.
To do this, we present the main mounting accessories and the characteristics of a solid assembly of steel benches, suitable for the required machining. In addition, various drilling and boring methods and their application to various types of projects and a variety of cutting tools are explained. Throughout his apprenticeships, the student is invited to perform many practical exercises himself.
The study of Stainless Steel Flatpacks prepares the student to perform parallel and perpendicular machining work on milling machines. He learns to maintain and lubricate the machine, to choose his fastening accessories and to make a safe assembly to adjust the machining parameters, to define an adequate sequence of operations, and then to apply different milling machining techniques. The proposed machining work introduces the student to milling by allowing him to acquire a solid basic training.
The machinist uses lathe threading to make external and internal threads. This guide allows the student in machining techniques to acquire a solid basic training in lathe threading. Unified nets and external and internal ACME nets are first presented (characteristics, machining procedures, verification of thread diameters, etc.); thereafter, the student learns to make ISO 60º threads as well as ISO trapezoidal threads.
Drilling and boring work contributes to the machining of a wide variety of mechanical parts. The study of steel bench fabrication allows the student to develop new skills related to this work. It deals with types of milling machines, boring techniques, such as countersinking, countersink, drilling, tapping, milling, and boring with the aid of tools. unique tip. The student also performs several practical exercises, including work using a digital player.
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