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Machine-based Material Processing - Part: Turning
Documents for trainees
Order-№: 97746  
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2. edition 2014, 77 pages

The training workbook "Machine-based Material Processing - Part: Turning" deals with the metal removing process of turning in accordance with industrial training regulations for metal working occupations. It provides a detailed description of the main skills applied in turning, such as centring, drilling, thread cutting, taper turning, knurling, and deburring. It also presents the various types of lathes and their functions and provides instruction in professional machine operation. Detailed information is given on the checking and setting of the production parameters, and the necessary tools as well as the fitting and adjustment of the tools and workpieces is described.

A total of 12 practical exercises dealing with a variety of project tasks and each accompanied by work information, parts lists and work planning sheets as well as inspection and evaluation sheets, are contained in the workbook. The exercises themselves are structured according to the "Leittext" method and are based on the end-to-end process model. This approach fosters both working and social competence. The exercises are equally suitable for individual and group work.

The trainee material comprises the 12 practical exercises, information on the turning processes, Leittext exercises with work planning information and self-evaluation, inspection and evaluation sheets and learning outcome tests.

Anticipated time required: approx. 4 weeks

* Package consists of five manuals for five trainees.

Learning objectives:
  • Read, use and complete technical documents
  • Take into account the material properties of steel, non-ferrous metals and plastics during the machining process
  • Distinguish between lathe types and match lathes to manufacturing processes
  • Recognise, determine and control working sequences and actions on the machine lathe
  • Clamp and align tools and workpieces
  • Describe and inspect the cutting geometry of lathe tools
  • Use the lathe to produce workpieces according to specific parameters
  • Service machine lathes according to the lubrication chart
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