Capacities of machine tools and surface finish, Project Management

Capacities of Machine Tools and Surface Finish

Capacities of Machine Tools:

The dimensional limitations of machine or equipment and their capacities should be considered. Such as lathe size capacity or press capacity of furnace etc.

Surface Finish:

The type of tool machines manufacturing process selected will vary with surface finish requirements. When rough  surface finish is sufficient  single point  cutting tool is used but when smooth surface finish is desired  multipoint cutting tool and costly  operations such  as honing, lapping  and super finishing  are carried out .

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