larger size machine spindle.
drill socket -
An adapter similar to a sleeve except that it is made to adapt a larger tapered-shank tool to a smaller size spindle.
drill, twist -
A commonly used metal-cutting drill, usually made with two flutes running around the body.
drive fit -
One of several classes of fits in which parts are assembled by pressing or forcing one part into another.
The property of a metal that permits it to be drawn. rolled, or hammered without fracturing or breaking.
To machine a flat surface, as in the end of a shaft in the lathe. The operation is known as facing.
face milling -
Milling a large flat surface with a milling cutter that operates in a plane that is at right angles to its axis.
A large circular plate with slots and holes for mounting the workpiece to be machined. It is attached to the headstock of a
The process of making a flat or smooth surface (usually the end) on a piece of stock or material.
The rate of travel of a cutting tool across or into the work-, expressed in inches per minute or in inches per revolution.
feed mechanism -
The mechanism, often automatic. which controls the advancing movement (feed) of the cutting tools used in machines.
The relation between mating or matching parts, that is, the amount of, or lack of. play between them.
A production work-holding device used for machining duplicate workpieces. Although the term is used interchangeably with
a jig, a fixture is not designed to guide the cutting tools as the jig does.
A relatively thin rim around a part.