Vertical Milling in the Home Workshop by Arnold Throp

By Arnold Throp

Small workshops, together with these of version engineers, are making expanding use of small vertical milling machines. This revised version describes a number of the wide selection of operations attainable in transparent and sensible phrases.

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Et c. all really need divi di ng de vi ces to produce the best results, eve n th ough so me of th e sim ple cutters can we ll be made by filing or free hand gr inding. Howeve r, th e f orm of the teet h or flut es som etim es settles that rough and ready methods j ust w ill not do. and as in the next exam ple the physical di ffic ulty o f getting at th e metal that has to be taken aw ay mo re or less sett les that m echan ica l divi di ng m ust be em ployed . Fig. 4 5 show s the fl uti ng of a long-thread Acm e t ap which is held in a collet in the spindle of a simple dividing head, using change w heels for the divid in g.

A fter the chuck is fixed in the Mo rse taper, this ring can be scr ewed up to cont act the end of the mach ine spindle, giv ing extra support aga inst vibrati on. A RNO LD T HRO P wa s an apprentice the n an Outside Erector w it h the fam ous engineer s Cole. Marchent & Mo rley. Brad ford. Yorks. Produc t s : compound engines to 2 50 0 hp , Uniflows t o 15 00 hp. Diesel oi l engines, condensers for largest pow er stations. Lat er he held t echnica l­ adm inist rat iv e po st s i n hig h - t en sio n swi tc hqear.

Dependi ng on the actua l de sign of the co llar. On e po int in ma king scales of any kind. T he fig uring should always be done so th at th e figures are the right w ay up as seen in using the scale . The figures m ay need to have risin g value . . 10 , 20 , 3 0 . . to the right hand from t he zero m ark, but quite possib ly, depe nd ing on circ um­ sta nces they may need to be the opposite way. It is as w ell t o get this thoroughly sorted out before starting to use ma rking punches to pu t the figures in.

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