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Conventional Machining (PDT 210/4): Subject Guides to Conventional Machining

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Course Synopsis

This course introduce about safety aspects in workshop and fundamental of measurement technique followed by milling, lathe and grinding operation which consists of introduction to basic knowledge of various cutting tools, parts of machine and its functions, machine operations, and numerous calculations involving the operations. Students will practices the conventional machining process that is used in the industry to transform from raw material to finished products. Practical work will help students to gain effective understanding.

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