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Machining: Manual Machining
201 Manual Mill Basics

CourseCode: SOC-201-280110
Length: 1 Hours

Target Audience
Intermediate Level

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Manual Mill Basics provides an introduction to the manual milling machine. Manual mills are generally either vertical or horizontal, depending on their spindle orientation. This class introduces the machine components, cutting tools and workholding devices commonly used on milling machines. The class also provides an overview of the various controls on the mill that are used to adjust spindle rotation, speed, feed, and depth.Before learning to operate a manual mill, it is necessary to have a basic understanding of the machine tool components as well as the cutting tools and workholding devices that may be used on the machine. The manual mill is a complex machine with many controls and variables, and familiarity is key to becoming a successful operator.

SOC-201-280110
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Intermediate: 201 Manual Mill Basics
Intermediate: 211 Engine Lathe Basics
Intermediate: 221 Manual Mill Setup
Intermediate: 231 Engine Lathe Setup
Intermediate: 241 Benchwork and Layout Operations
Intermediate: 251 Manual Mill Operation
Intermediate: 261 Engine Lathe Operation
Intermediate: 271 Holemaking on the Manual Mill
Advanced: 301 Threading on the Engine Lathe
Advanced: 311 Taper Turning on the Engine Lathe
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