“Basics of the CNC Lathe” explains the components and functions of both the chucker and bar machine CNC lathe varieties. CNC lathes have spindles that spin workpieces held in chucks or collets. A carriage and cross slide move along ways to position cutting tools against the spinning part. A cutting tool may remove metal from the inside or outside surface. Carbide inserts are the most common cutting tools used in turning operations. Turning centers are also capable of creating holes with the use of drills and reamers. The turret rotates to place the required tool in the cutting position. It is essential for a CNC lathe operator to be familiar with machine basics prior to executing any cutting operation. A trained operator can use a CNC lathe to create precise parts safely and consistently. After taking this class, users should be able to describe the basic functions and general machine components of a CNC lathe.
- Describe the lathe
- Contrast different types of CNC lathes
- Identify the components of the CNC lathe
- Explain how CNC lathe components move during cutting operations
- Describe the variables that impact cutting on a lathe
- Describe common outer diameter operations
- Describe common inner diameter operations
- Describe cutting tools used on the CNC lathe
- Describe toolholders used on the CNC lathe
- Describe the functions of a CNC lathe turret
- Describe workholding tools used on the CNC lathe.
- Recommended for all manufacturing personnel operating CNC machines.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, CNC Lathe Basics, Cutting Tools
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