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Machine-based material processing - Part: Milling
Documentation for the trainer
Order-№: 72996  
Price on request
 

2. edition 2014, approx. 170 pages in a folder, with CD-ROM

The training workbook "Machine - based material processing - Part: Milling" deals with the metalremoving process of milling. It provides a detailed description of the various milling methods, e.g. surface milling using either a face milling cutter, a peripheral milling cutter or an end milling cutter, and longitudinal profile milling. It also presents the various types of milling machines and their functions, provides instruction in professional machine operation and the review and setting of the production parameters, and describes the necessary tools as well as the fitting and adjustment of the tools and workpieces.

The project "Drill stand" is dealt with in 13 practical exercises, each accompanied by work information, parts lists and work planning sheets as well as inspection and evaluation sheets. The exercises are structured according to the "Leittext" method and are based on the end-to-end process model. This approach fosters both working and social competence.
The exercises are equally suitable for individual and group work.

This comprises the complete work section in one file and comprises the trainer guidelines, the trainee work sheets and the textbook. A CD-ROM is also included, containing digital transparencies in printable quality.

Anticipated time required: approx. 4 weeks

  • Classify milling processes
  • Explain the design and function of a milling machine
  • Establish the operational readiness of a milling machine
  • Distinguish between milling tools
  • Select and fit appropriate toolholders
  • Clamp and align workpieces
  • Identify and setting of production parameters
  • Measure clamped workpieces
  • Explain and use health and safety regulations and environmental protection measures
  • Identify angles and surfaces on the cutting tool and highlight interdependencies (cutting geometry)
  • Distinguish between milling processes according to DIN
  • Set and operate the feed
  • Distinguish between different types of milling machines
  • Distinguish between milling processes depending on the intended surface type
  • Assemble tool blocks and indexable inserts that are appropriate for the task
  • Recognise tool wear and eliminate extreme causes of wear
  • Check and evaluate results
  • Plan procedures
  • Present planning results
  • Use and reinforce work techniques
  • Carry out and distinguish between milling work using the dividing head

Nadja Parcsami
Fathi Jamal
Ferdinand Ganser