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machine shop 2

second set of vocabulary for machine shop students

TermDefinition
cam-lock type of fastener used to secure a chuck
cam-lock spindle nose where the workholding device is held in place with locks around its perimeter
cente device located in the tail-stock of a lathe that supports the end of a cylindrical work piece
center-drilled making a tapered hole in the end of a part so that it can be supported by a center
centerline imaginary line the runs through the center of the spindle the length of the lathe
chuck work-holding device with three to six jaws
chuck key device used to loosen the bolts or cam-locks
CNC lathe lathe controlled by a computer running programs that contain all the necessary instructions for the machine parts
collet A slitted device that holds a work piece in place as it rotates
concentric a common center or sharing the same axis with another object
Created by: patterma