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Machining: Manual Machining
261 Engine Lathe Operation

CourseCode: SOC-261-280145
Length: 1 Hours

Target Audience
Intermediate Level

Engine Lathe Operation serves as a guide for manually machining various features onto a workpiece. The class establishes principles of basic lathe operation and takes users through procedures for common outer diameter operations, including turning, facing, taper turning, knurling, parting off, grooving, and threading, and inner diameter operations, such as drilling, boring, reaming, and tapping. It focuses on step-by-step instructions on how to perform each operation, allowing students to create precise parts on the engine lathe.A broad knowledge of not only how to operate an engine lathe, but also the importance of each step in an operation, is key for any machinist. This class will speed up the time it takes for students to learn to operate an engine lathe and also reduce operator errors.

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Courses Ascending
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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