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In this course, the students learn the fundamentals and principles of metal cutting/machining processes common to current industrial practises. This includes single point orthogonal and turning operations, multi-point cutting operations, i.e. milling, drilling; and abrasive processes/grinding operations. Key technological principles and mechanisms of chip formations are initially explained. This is followed by discussions and evaluations of various conventional machining operations for different part shape requirements. Basic toolings for machining operations are introduced along with the machine tool structures to perform the cutting operations. Material removal rate, machining time and machining economics are analyzed as part of machinability analyses.
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