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Tooling for numerically controlled lathes

American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers.

Tooling for numerically controlled lathes

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Published by ASTME in Dearborn (Mich) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Lawrence D. Levine.
SeriesASTME Technical papers -- SP66-35
ContributionsLevine, Lawrence D.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20035673M

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LH tooling directs forces down into the lathe bed. RH tooling pull the turret up off the lathe. In extreme cases (think solidly catching the tool or turret on a chuck jaw that’s spinning rpm), you can very seriously damage a lathe with RH tooling. AMT defines numerically controlled as control systems that add fully automatic, programmable position and feed rate control of the machine’s axis movement as well as control spindle speed and other machine functions.

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