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

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Cutting Tool Signature, Nomenclature, Designation, Geometry - Animation

Cutting Tool, its various Parts, Tool Nomenclature, Tool Signature, Tool Geometry, Tool Designation Tool Geometry is defined as the combination of 7 values (6 angles and a radius) in a specific order that helps us determine the type of tool being used. In other words, it specifies the tool, so it is also called Tool Signature. Orthogonal Rake System (ORS) clearly explained in short with Inclination Angle, Clearance Angles, Rake Angle, Approach Angles. This system is based on the cutting edge of the tool. Another popular system of Tool Nomenclature is the ASA system (American Standards Association). This system is based on the longitudinal feed direction, that is the X and the Y axes. Check out my video on ASA System : https://youtu.be/13IXsJN_y3k This has been explained extensively in this video through a 3D CAD model created in SolidWorks, using different planes, views, and sections. Please support by subscribing, liking and sharing the video. Please comment about any shortcomings, improvements or requested topics.

FRUIT NINJA of INDIA | Amazing Fruits Cutting Skills | Indian Street Food

Badshah juice center is small street food truck located in Goregaon west, Mumbai. They serves up some amazing thirst quenchers and summer coolers with fresh fruits and ice-cream. From milkshakes to fresh fruit juices, ice-creams and fruits with cream, Badshah never disappoints when it comes to cooling you down. They also have seasonal sundaes with fruits like custard apple that ice-cream lovers will not want to miss. Address : Badshah Juice Center, Road No. 2, Jawahar Nagar, Goregaon West, Mumbai

How to Select the Best Cutting Tool For Milling Operations - Basic Tutorial - SMITHY GRANITE 3-in-1

This Video Shows the Viewer How to Select the Best Cutting Tool For Milling Operations - Basic Tutorial - SMITHY GRANITE 3-in-1 (Sample quote from video:) "The most widely used cutting tools on a vertical milling machine are end mills. These mills have cutting edges on the sides and bottom. They are primarily used to make narrow facing cuts or to mill slots and pockets. You can also use the cutting edges on the periphery of the tool to do light planing cuts." ____________________________ Check out the Smithy Industries Youtube Channel to watch more videos about machine tool operations, set up and maintenance. _____________________________ 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 of the Video Transcipt: "Today, end mills are made in a wide range of sizes and styles. And, like lathe cutting tools, they are also made from many different types of materials. Small end mills are usually made from a solid piece of cutting material, in this case, high speed steel. For general machining, these tools are ground with two, three, or four cutting edges. For high-precision cuts with a fine finish, tools with six or more cutting edges are available. Other special purpose end mills, like ball end mills, dovetail cutters, corner-rounding cutters, t-slot cutters and keyway cutters are available for cutting specific shapes. Here we are looking at a face milling cutter. This tool has a two-inch cutting diameter and uses three replaceable carbide inserts, similar to the ones we used on the lather. Fly cutters use a single point cutting tool to plane flat surfaces. The tool bit is mounted in a groove on the cutter's head. As the spindle turns, the point of the tool cuts a circular pattern on the work piece, producing a flat surface. Fly cutters are able to take fairly wide, light cuts, which can produce an excellent finish. The tool that is most often used to cut a narrow slot is a slitting saw. These saws come in a number of widths, diameters, and tooth sizes. The teeth on these tools are very fine, compared to other milling cutters, so the cutting speed should be slow. Hole milling operations are another important job that can be done on the Smithy. The most commonly used tool for this work is of course a drill, but after the hole is drilled, other tools can be used to modify or finish the hole. A good example would be countersinks and counter bores.

Characteristics of Ideal Cutting Tool Materials

Characteristics of Ideal Cutting Tool Materials 1)High hardness 2)wear resistance 3)low friction 4)hot hardness 5)High thermal conductivity 6)chemical inertness 7)cost 8)toughness

Dental Bur Rake Angle

Often, the details are omitted (or forgotten) of the little things that aid us in our daily tasks. Take for example, rake angle. We all expect that our burs will cut tooth material, lab materials, composite, porcelain- but - if the bur was flat, it wouldn't do much. This is a start of a few videos regarding the basics of the basics - how things work. References: Sturdevant's Operative Dentistry (2012), Summit's Operative Dentistry (2006), THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DESIGN AND CUTTING EFFICIENCY OF DENTAL BURS, Henry et al, 1954 www.allthingsdentistry.com

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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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