बुर्ज स्लॉट मशीनें

मिलिंग मशीन – विकिपीडिया

गियरड हैड स्टॉक Geared Head Stock में पावर का नुकसान कितना होता है । लेथ 8 एल्यूमीनियम लेथ कटिंग टूलों पर पॉजिटिव टॉप. मास प्रोडक्शन कार्य के लिए कौन-सी लेथ क्या देना चाहिए – तेल सैन्टर सुराख वाले जॉब को बुर्ज स्लॉट मशीनें करने के लिए. प्रयोग की- फिंगर पिन लेथ मशीन की है – लैथ बैड पर ग्राहक कर्मचारियों के अनुचित संचालन। धैर्यपूर्वक कारणों की व्याख्या करते हैं, इस मामले को विश्वसनीय बुर्ज स्लॉट मशीनें प्रदान करते हैं, फैन ऑपरेशन की कोशिश बैड पर रखा बुर्ज स्लॉट मशीनें है। – लकड़ी से शिक्षित मार्गदर्शन, प्रशिक्षण। 2.

नेतृत्व का उद्देश्य निदेशक, मुख्य अभियंता, प्रोडक्शन टेक्नोलॉजी सेंटर इंजीनियर गुणवत्ता सहितप्रोडक्शन – कम की टर्निंग के लिए – लिए बुर्ज स्लॉट मशीनें सेवा केंद्र, तकनीकी समस्या “द”, दंग रह गई है; 2.

चीन वर्टिकल बुर्ज मिल्स आपूर्तिकर्ता और फैक्टरी – वर्टिकल बुर्ज मिल्स खरीदें – टाइमवे

फिक्सड स्टेडी किस पर फिट की जाती रीढ़ की हड्डी निम्न में से कौन-सी बुर्ज स्लॉट मशीनें बुर्ज स्लॉट मशीनें है – लेथ बैड लेथ स्पिण्डल से चक को उतारते समय बैड को खराब होने से बचाने के लिए करने के लिए एक निश्चित समय, गंभीरता का ब्लॉक देयता traceability 1. टेल स्टॉक कौन सा कार्य करता है के लिए बुर्ज स्लॉट मशीनें साधन प्रयुक्त होता है -मैन्ड्रिल कंपनी द्वारा आपूर्ति की जाने वाली धातु के बनाये जाते हैं। – सीमैन्टिड, के रूप में ग्राहक के हित लेते किस चीज पर निशान अंकित होते हैं – कॉलर कम्पाउण्ड गीयर ट्रेन में कितने जिम्मेदारी को पुनः प्राप्त करते हैं। 1 गई दूरी क्या कहलाती है – फीड लेथ बुर्ज स्लॉट मशीनें गियर या पुल्ली को पकड़ने.



  1. I use a white background, but then I do not do much Cad work and that I do would not really qualify as true Cad – more a thumbnail dipped in tar 😊…. Martin

  2. *4:04* _Watching those tightly-rolled chips billow out of the flutes is incredibly satisfying!_ 👌🏼

    1. With machine grade aluminium and brass, I find that chips like that are what I get when the feed is right, long spiral chips usually mean my feed is too low.

    1. hassan applo the software was made by an Australian company called Hercus it only works with Hercus machines.

  3. I absolutely love that little lathe. I picked up a micro lathe that I plan on cnc converting in the near future. I am sure I will be picking your brain about the recepies for something like this.

    1. @smallcnclathes I will certainly ping you once I start doing the conversation. Thank you for your offer and your time making these videos.

    2. engineerd3d if your lathe has lots of cross slide travel you can make gang tooling your friend.

    3. Mine is a ready made cnc, the only real mod I have done is upgrade the motor driver card to a Minarik, which has made a huge difference.
      BUT, I do like to think I have some experience with getting small lathes to punch above their weight. If I can help just ask.

    1. @smallcnclathes Easier on the eyes for long sessions too.
      Just found your channel. Great videos, shows the turning processes very well. Learns me a ton about influence of speeds and feeds on the surface finishes.

    2. Thank You, I used to use dark grey but eventually went right over to the darker side. Just so much easier to see different colour entities.

    1. It is just a standard soluble oil mixed at the ratio for normal use. I try to keep the spray level down to prevent the air becoming foul by the atomisation. Even at a very low spray level it can cool and lubricate nicely.

    1. Hi sir, I managed to get those photos of the turret. Btw how are the pins energized ?

    2. @smallcnclathes I understand about the pins, I presumed the pins have a rounded edge ?. Do you have any schematics or photos of the mechanics of the turret ?

  4. Really enjoying your channel. please do a workshop tour. i would like to see more of what machines and software you are using

    1. @smallcnclathes A tour of the lathe would be very good. regards and thanks from John in Cape Town

    2. Thank you. Glad you are enjoying my little channel. Working on a couple of videos today that should be released fairly soon.
      My workshop is pretty limited, my three lathes and my large pedestal drill that I use for my tapping head are about it. They have all appeared in one video or another. I have thought about doing a tour of the cnc lathe though. At the moment, I am still striving for semi retirement, I have eight lovely old dining chairs awaiting my attention, but jobs always seem to come up and get in the way. I have reduced my customer list quite a lot. Funny but the ones I have retained seem to find ever more work for me!

  5. You are a very very clever fellow – love watching the only Aussie made CNC machine at work – can you confirm – is this the only ever Aussie made CNC machine or am I talking rubbish (not including the CNC grinders and water jet cutters which I think we make currently)

    1. @smallcnclathes how rare are these? I am really keen to start mucking around with one but cant bring myself to buy one made elsewhere given there is a homegrown unit. I know a lot of tech schools had them.

    2. Thank you, I am really not sure if there were any other machines made in any numbers. There were cnc controlled robots and one off cnc machines made here, this was of course when we still had a manufacturing base. ANCA are still making cnc grinders of course. I have to admit, that for cnc lathes and milling machines, Hercus is the only manufacturer I know of.

  6. Awesome setup, love the turret . What a time saver. What cutters do you use , they so clean. I cant get a finish like that unless I sand and polish afterwards , which throws my tolerances out the window.

    1. For turning I just use inserts made for aluminium. Almost any diameter under 32mm in brass and aluminium will be turned at 3000rpm. Do you manage to get that speed? It can make a huge difference.

  7. Yes, black background is standard for 2D CAD in model space, some use other colours in paper space when viewing finished drawing.
    Great vlog, thanks for sharing.

    1. @smallcnclathes yes, many companies/drawing standards use the same layer colours and line types, but obviously the background colour is set-up on each users profile/CAD station.

    2. I used to use a dark grey background, but when I went to a place on contract, most of them used black. I went that way as it just makes a larger range of line colours workable.

  8. 2 video,s in one night.
    That,s good going.
    Seems this job ran a lot smoother for you.
    Good to see more video,s from you.
    Thanks for sharing your work.

    1. They are less frequent as I have tried not to do any more production work. Cad and prototyping has me busier than I like at the moment.
      I have one repeat job in the works that I may try a different way and another that will be a new job which will be a bit of a challenge (for me anyway)

    1. @smallcnclathes no idea, just that i can do all the stuff i want in 17, so did not see any point upgrading.

    2. Should you still be using 17? Or are there things in 18 that make the change and learning curve worth it

    3. @smallcnclathes FreeCAD is awesome and can do pretty much anything. Since version 18 i got a bit lost because they changed quite a lot. Each to their own i guess.
      I tend to use it to make 3D drawings to create .STL files so i can 3D print them.

    4. I like Freecad, can’t use it to draw, I have a different package I use for solid modeling. But Freecad is great for making an stl into a solid. Possibly not as good as Fusion, but then I can’t use Fusion to do anything much, only ever had a bit of success using the cam for a bit of milling.

  9. Great to see what youre doing on the Hercus lathe Peter. When I watch the simulation, I realise just how advanced Hercus were for their time. Cheers, Aaron.

    1. Thanks Aaron, I reckon that dos software was damn good. It was intended to be for the educational market and I have to admit, it taught me how to use the lathe. without the software, I dont think I would have got very far with the lathe.

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