Introduction to Manual Milling

Introduction to Manual Milling

Course ID: 402    Duration: 5 Days

ABOUT THIS COURSE

An excellent introduction to practical milling, this course provides instruction in safety, use of drawings and measuring equipment, work-holding, tool setting and a range of milling operations. Instruction takes place both in the classroom and in Seta’s state-of-the-art workshop facilities.

This course is ideally suited to those with little or no previous milling experience.

CONTENT

  • Safety relevant to milling
  • Interpretation of engineering drawings and symbols
  • Measuring instruments relevant to milling:- types, care and use
  • The milling machine and its controls
  • Cutting tools:- terminology, selection and mounting
  • Feeds and speeds:- guidance on calculations; setting feeds and speeds
  • Coolants:- types and uses
  • Milling operations:- milling faces; milling step faces; open and closed slots; vees and angles
  • Faults recognition:- guidance on milling faults and means of avoiding them

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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