7) Tool Geometry || Rake angle ~ Cutting edge angle ~ Relief angle || Hindi || Simple

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Understanding Cutting Tool Geometry

Help us to make future videos for you. Make LE's efforts sustainable. Please support us at Patreon.com ! https://www.patreon.com/LearnEngineering An elaborated description of single point cutting tool is given in this video with help of animation. Here the cutting process and basic cutting tool parameters such as back rake angle, side rake angle , relief angles, cutting edge angle and nose radius are explained in a conceptual way. Like us on FB : https://www.facebook.com/LearnEngineering Voice-over artist :https://www.fiverr.com/mikepaine

A Brief Chat about Carbide Tooling

Short follow up to the HSS grinding video, brief chat about carbide to round out the cutting tool discussion. Tried to pack what I know about carbide in under 30 mins. Also demo a Kennametal tool from Maineiacs Tool Crib: https://maineiacstoolcrib.com/ Carbide Depot Insert Designation reference: http://www.carbidedepot.com/formulas-insert-d.htm

How to Select the Proper Cutting Tool for Lathe Operations - Basic Tutorial - SMITHY GRANITE 3-in-1

This Video Will Show the Viewer How to Select the Proper Cutting Tool for Lathe Operations - Basic Tutorial - SMITHY GRANITE 3-in-1 Helpful Quote from Video Transcript: "The selection of a cutting tool is probably the most important decision a machinist can make. We are going to cover some of the basics, but I urge everyone who intends to use the lathe, to learn as much about cutting tools as possible. They are the key to the quality of your work. Lathe tools are made from many different types of materials, in many sizes and styles. The three types we are using today are, from the left, high-speed steel tools, carbide-tipped tools, and on the right, carbide-insert tools." _________________________ Check out the Smithy Industries Youtube Channel to view other videos about machine tool operation, set up and maintenance. Subscribe to receive notification of new machining videos from Smithy. _________________________ Dave Weiss worked as the Service Manager at Smithy for over 20 years. Dave is now retired, but he still maintains his status as "The World"s Expert on Bench Top Machine Metal Tools". He is coming into the shop a couple days a week to put his experience on video. That way you'll have it for your help and assistance as a Smithy Owner. Subscribe to keep getting updates from Dave; ________________________ The machine that Dave is using for demonstration purposes is the Granite MAX 1324. This lathe-mill-drill combo machine sets the standard for premium quality bench top machine tools. Putting a combination machine tool in your shop allows you to have the capabilities of a small machine shop without sacrificing too much floor space. The Granite 3-in-1 “big machine” features and premium quality is comparable to other larger, more expensive machine tools. PLUS, you'll have three machines in one. Nearly 30,000 Smithy machines are working hard every day in shops across North America. This fact let's you know that Smithy machines do set the standard for quality. ______________________ Smithy website homepage: www.smithy.com Granite Lathe Mill Drill Product page: https://smithy.com/granite-3-in-1 Please call us at 800-476-4849 to discuss your application needs E-mail: info@smithy.com Remember to like and subscribe. ______________________ Granite - Quality, Precision, and Reliability Are Built-In. Premium Bench Top Machine Tool America's #1 - for over 25 years. PRECISION: Compares to more expensive tools. BALANCE: Easy change over for different operations. FEATURES: Pro features help you work faster. MASS: Heavy castings add more precision. RELIABILITY: Designed and built for a lifetime of work. _______________________ As Close As You’ll Get to American Made 1) US Developed and Designed: The Granite Machine was designed by our engineers in Ann Arbor, Michigan based on machine user requests. 2) Precision is far higher than other 3-in-1 knock-offs: All components are machined to tighter specs, bearings are much higher grade, and the basic design is initially higher precision. 3) Higher Quality Production: Smithy employees oversee the production and quality control process at our sister factory of more than 25 years. No other seller can make that claim. 4) Superior Features: No machine out there can match the speed and accuracy with which you can accomplish your machining tasks on a Granite machine. Other 3-in-1 combo tools on the market are NOT EVEN in the same category for quality as the Smithy line of machine tools. ________________________ More from the Video Transcript: "High-speed steel tools can be used on many turning operations, on all but the toughest alloys. The tools are sold as blanks in many sizes and grades. The machinist grinds the point of the tool depending on the type of metal he is cutting and the type of turning operation he intends to do. A good machinist's handbook will give you the standard guidelines for grinding high-speed steel tools. " "The cutting edge of a carbide-tipped tool is brazed to the end of a steel shank. The shape of the cutting edge, it's profile and cutting angles, are manufactured into the tool. A little cleanup on a green wheel, a silicone carbide grinding wheel, and the tool is ready to go. Cemented carbide will handle much more heat than high-speed steel, so carbide tools are able to cut tougher metals, and cut at higher speeds." "Cemented carbide is also used to make small inserts that are clamped to a tool shank. This style insert is manufactured with a cutting edge on each of its three sides. After an edge is dulled, the insert can be unclamped and rotated to the next side. After all the edges are dulled, the insert is thrown away and replaced by a new one. Although this type of cutting tool was designed for the demands of the high production work, it's really a great tool for the beginner because it allows even the person with little or no tool sharpening experience the ability to easily maintain a properly formed, sharp tool. "

6 Exercises to Kill Chronic Knee, Foot or Hip Pain

If you, just like 15 to 25 percent of people in the US, suffer from chronic knee pain, or just get tired sore feet from constantly being on the go, pay attention to these 6 exercises to cure chronic knee, foot or hip pain. You don’t need an expensive treatment if you regularly perform the simple workout at home. Knees are the second largest source of recurrent pain, and once you add in the feet and hips, it turns out that the legs can cause big problems for a lot of people. Simple tip-toeing, besides strengthening your calves, helps improve your balance by reducing the area in contact with the ground, which makes keeping your balance quite a challenge. It strengthens your glutes and core muscles, improves your posture while simultaneously relieving back pain, increases the flexibility of your ankles, stretches the muscles around your shins, which are an otherwise difficult muscle group to target. Heel raises, ankle circles, resistance training and toe games are all effective exercises for relieving pain in different parts of your legs. Try to do rolling foot massage on a daily basis and do as many reps as you want or have time for. It gives the bottom of your foot a nice stretch and prevents foot-related injuries in the long run. Music: Diamond Ortiz - Inevitable https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS Exercise #1. Heel raises 1:01 Exercise #2. Tip-toeing 3:22 Exercise #3. Ankle circles 4:34 Exercise #4. Resistance training 5:47 Exercise #5. Toe games 7:42 Exercise #6. Rolling foot massage 9:24 Bonus 10:04 SUMMARY -You’ll need to grab a chair for this exercise. Stand behind it and use the back of the chair to support yourself. This exercise helps strengthen your ankles and works the muscles around the knee. -Simply tip-toe around your house kind of quickly. This will strengthen your calves and give a little workout to your toes and the balls of your feet. Aim to do this exercise regularly for 5 to 15 minutes or until you get tired. -This exercise helps loosen up the tendons and muscles in your legs and ankles. It’ll improve your flexibility, range of motion, and overall comfort while walking or standing. -Resistance training targets the muscles in your calves and inner and outer thighs, not only toning but also strengthening them. -Toe games is an important exercise because it strengthens the tiny muscles in your toes and feet. They tend to be underdeveloped, which can be a big problem since they support your arches, keep your toes properly aligned, and even contribute to balance. -Rolling foot massage works the muscles in the heels and balls of your feet. It’s also a nice relaxing massage for your arches. -If your feet are killing you after a long day, use one thumb to put pressure on the spot between your big toe and pointer toe and use the other thumb to press the point between your ring toe and pinky toe. Gently massage these spots for up to 15 minutes for easy and quick relaxation. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/

Single Point Cutting Tool Geometry

For ManufacturingET.org This video highlights the important geometry of a single point cutting tool. This type of tool is often used on a lathe. They are available as HSS and Brazed Carbide tools. Much of the terminology is relevant to insert style tooling as well. CAD Model used in this video is available at: http://www.manufacturinget.org/2011/08/single-point-cutting-tools/ See also: http://www.manufacturinget.org/home/tech-4571-tool-design/cutting-tool-design/

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In this video, I've discussed the cutting tool Geometry or nomenclature of cutting tool. I've discussed it with the help of 7 seven standards, according to ASA :
Back rake angle, side rake angle, end Relief angle, side Relief angle, end cutting edge, side cutting edge.
Besides this, I've also discussed the tools shank, face , flank etc.
The language used for Explanation is Hindi/Urdu.
JAI HIND

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