Conventional machining Milling

on universal milling machines

Horizontal and vertical milling is performed on universal milling machines. A comprehensive introduction to milling is dispensed on conventional milling machines. Different tools such as end mills (HSS and TCT), shell end mills and milling cutters with TCT inserts are used and the advantages and disadvantages explained theoretically. Milling strategies are discussed and work plans are drawn up. Simultaneous and up-cut milling are also covered, as well as machine lubrication. Special emphasis is placed on safety at work and well thought-out procedures.

Contents

- Accident prevention regulations; machine operation; theoretical principles of machining, machining and clamping

- (According to drawing) face and angular milling; milling and checking grooves and shoulders

- Working with the edge finder

- Drilling on the milling machine

- Horizontal and vertical milling

- Developing milling strategies

- Simultaneous milling / up-cut milling; machining in theory and practice

- HSS and HM tools in practical use (selection criteria)

- Clamping in a hydraulic vice, with clamping claws and dividing attachment

- Contents tailored to individual needs are also possible

Duration

Approx. 4 weeks, depending on previous knowledge and agreed level of expertise.

Cost

€ 925 per participant and module

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