AGI Milling Machine - Darrell Holland DVDRips | 3.95 GB
Genre : e-Learning
TheMilling Course is very comprehensive and Hands-On. It is almost tenhours in length, originally on a dozen videocassettes. A lifetime ofexperience compressed into a format that will enable you to learnquickly and professionally how to operate a Bridgeport style verticalmill, which is applicable to almost all of the milling machines found inboth professional and hobby shops today. While ideal for the beginnereven the most advanced machinist will learn some new tricks. Everythingon the mill from A-Z is covered, including what to look for when buying amill.
Professional Machine Shop Course: Vertical Mill
6 DVD Set, 10 hours
Ripped to M4V
Westart with the very basic components of the mill and take you all theway through all the most common milling & boring operations. Then itis on to advanced techniques such as Rotary Tables & How-to BuildProduction Tooling. Plus there are dozens and dozens of tricks &tips salted all the way through the course. Youll be happy that youwont have to learn the hard way and you will be thrilled with the manytime saving techniques that will have even experienced operators saying,now why didnt I think of that! The following outline gives you justa taste of the knowledge and skills that you will master.
Professional Machine Shop Course: Vertical Mill 1
?Introduction & History of Milling: when the mill was invented & early mills. Horizontal, vertical, and modern upgrades. Motorized Feed. Digital Readouts. Computer Controlled Milled (CNC).
?. Introduction to the Mill: Basic nomenclature for identifying mill sizes and type; Identifying parts of the mill and their purpose. Headstock. Column. Knee. Table. Quill. Hand Wheel. Power Feed.
?Considerations for purchasing a Mill. Size vs. Use. Vertical or Horizontal. Cheap vs. Expensive Vises. How to inspect a used machine: Spindle, Critical wear surfaces, Backlash.
?Shop Safety: Eye protection. Apron. Hand Protection. Chemicals.
Professional Machine Shop Course: Vertical Mill 2
?Types of Milling Cuts: Holes. Facing. Conventional Cutting. Climb Cutting. Fly Cutting.
?Setting and Truing the Machine: Tramming in the head.
?Principles for correct Mill operation: Solid support for your work piece. Proper setup and truing. Cutter must be held rigid. Mill must run at proper speed. Cutting depth and speed must be correct (i.e., chip load). Each Principle discussed in Detail. Solid Support for your Work Piece (Vises; Clamps; Screw fixtures ; Mounting plates)
?Setup: X and Y axis. Z axis. Using an edge finder. Prepping raw stock. Squaring and truing. Re-zeroing trued parts and pieces.
?Cutter must be held rigidly: R8 style collets. Other collets. Chucks and their uses.
Professional Machine Shop Course: Vertical Mill 3
?Speeds SFM: How to calculate. RPM: How to calculated. Milling Speed and Feeds. Demonstration of Feed Rates and Speeds for different materials. Chipload.
?Stock Removal Rate: Work piece material . Work piece hardness. Climb vs. Conventional Cutting.
?Basic Measuring Review: Brief review of the decimal system as it applies to milling. Basic measuring tools and how to use them properly. Dial calipers. Micrometer.
?Specialized measuring tools for the Mill and How to use them. Edge finder. Center finder . Digital height gauge & Surface Plate.
Professional Machine Shop Course: Vertical Mill 4
?Types of cutters: Cobalt, Carbide, High Speed, etc.... Specific Cutters. Endmills. Form cutters. Face mills. Woodruff cutters. Fly cutters.
?Manual Feed Methods & Technique. Backlash. Hand Wheel operation. Drilling and boring. Moving the bed X, Y axis. Power feed methods and techniques. Drilling and boring. Moving the bed.
?Drilling and Tapping. Methods and techniques. Coolants, Tapping fluids.
Professional Machine Shop Course: Vertical Mill 5
?Practice Boring (tips and techniques)
?Practice Facing (tips and techniques), Conventional & Climb
?Practice Shaping (tips and techniques)
?Practice Fly Cutting
?Holding Tight Tolerances (techniques)
?Using digital readouts: Practice With Digital Readout
Professional Machine Shop Course: Vertical Mill 6
?Fixtures for multiple part production: Work stops; Rotary tables; Custom setups; Index tables.
?Techniques for Multiple Part Production
?Quality Control: Tools and devices for quality control and tolerance testing : Surface plate; Making Go/No go gauges for QC; Techniques for measuring and checking tolerances; Installing harden or Carbide Bushings in a Drill Fixture; Detent plungers in tooling; Cutting Dovetails.
?Additional Tips, Tricks & Techniques
?Final Wrap Up