Surface speed is defined as the speed at which the cutter tool moves across a workpiece. It is used to help determine the optimal spindle rpm (Revolutions per minute) for machining cuts on both lathes and mills. It has a relationship with tool life and generally help machinists to manage the life s...
Sheet metals refer to very thin and flexible metal sheets that can be processed into just about anything. They are relevant across an array of industries including automotive, aerospace, building and construction. Thinner sheet metals are commonly called foil or leaf, while their thicker counterpart...
Heat sinks are important components of electronic and mechanical devices, serving the purpose of heat dissipation and cooling. Heat sinks are widely used in laptops, computers, aircrafts, automobiles, engines and many other devices to ensure that working parts function without burning out.
As environmental concerns for conventional energy sources continue to rise, renewable energy manufacturing is taking front row and playing a vital role in delivering clean energy for future use. Metal fabrication is one of the avenues for delivering infrastructure in the energy industry. As a metal ...
In our last article on geometric dimensioning and tolerance, we discussed the basics of GD&T and the many benefits of using it for CNC design. Today, we continue by looking at the other half of GD&T. This concludes the introduction to GD&T, covering tolerancing guidelines and tolerancing symbols.
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