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- A workpiece is a piece, often made of a single material, that is being processed into another desired shape (such as building blocks). The workpiece is...
- the workpiece. The workpiece is mounted on centers and rotated by a device known as a lathe dog or center driver. The abrasive wheel and the workpiece are...
- A lathe (/leɪð/) is a machine tool that rotates a workpiece about an axis of rotation to perform various operations such as cutting, sanding, knurling...
- drill or an end mill and the workpiece. Coolant is generally introduced by a spray across the face of the tool and workpiece to decrease friction and temperature...
- currents in the workpiece. The frequency of the inductive current determines the depth that the induced eddy currents penetrate into the workpiece. In the simplest...
- cutting tool and the surface of the workpiece it is operating on. It is expressed in units of distance across the workpiece surface per unit of time, typically...
- The metal (known as the "workpiece") is transported to and from the forge using tongs, which are also used to hold the workpiece on the smithy's anvil while...
- tool-electrode, or simply the tool or electrode, while the other is called the workpiece-electrode, or work piece. The process depends upon the tool and work piece...
- low-carbon workpieces; workpieces are in contact with a high-carbon gas, liquid or solid; it produces a hard workpiece surface; workpiece cores largely...
- the workpiece, while the latter does. Open-die forging is also known as smith forging. In open-die forging, a hammer strikes and deforms the workpiece, which...