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Machining of a Large Shaft | Upper Chock Assembly | cnc lathe


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  1. Turning to a ± 0.025mm tolerance on a Ø384mm shaft …. that takes a pretty good machine – and a pretty good machinist with lots of experience (if you hit those tolerances that is:) No thanks, I wouldn't like that stress.

    Pity these tradesmen – in most societies – don't get the respect (or remuneration) they deserve… because of ignorance I suppose.

  2. А токаря на этом заводе сами что то думают? Инструмент затачивать не надо, везде пластины, радиуса станок делает, заготовка поготовлена. Даже центра сделаны выставлять практичеки не надо. Никакой умственной деятельности.

  3. I was an apprentice trained turner up till 40 years ago when I switched trades, how are you setting the tailstock to the centre line to achieve parallelism, do modern centre lathes have some sort of automatic setting..?? I'm 40 years out of touch here…

  4. Chris we used to do a similar type job back in the 80's. They had one of those rolls crack after a piece of cerawool ended up between the shaft and roll somehow. Never saw anything like that before or since…

  5. you worked with two cnc at the same time preparing 20 times a day and programming for 10 years ending up with a heart attack and not being able to work anymore greetings from argentina great work of lathe

  6. Great upload, as I watch your videos I often wonder about how you got to your current level of efficiency. Do you think you will ever do a video talking about your work history? I understand you may want to protect you privacy and also may not be able to talk about work you have done over the years, but I am curious nonetheless. Either way, thanks for sharing your knowledge.

  7. So, I noticed this part was rough turned… did y'all do that rough turning and send it out for destress/heat treat, or does it come to you already prepped like that?

  8. Oglądać fachowca przy pracy to sama przyjemność. Mam dwa pytania. Pierwsze, czy 4340 obrabia się dużo ciężej, niż 4140? Mówimy o Q+T do 34-36 HRC. Drugie, zastaniawiam się dlaczego wybrałeś akurat CNMG, a nie na przykład KNUX czy inną geometrię do ciężkiego toczenia zgrubnego. Czy wynika to z jej uniwersalności? Pozdrawiam serdecznie 🙂

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