compound angle

compound angle

[′käm‚pau̇nd ′aŋ·gəl]
(engineering)
The angle formed by two mitered angles.
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Tarus Products of Sterling Heights, MI, recently introduced a new heavyduty compound angle deep hole drilling machine with the ability to drill deep holes at almost any angle at any orientation in steel mold blocks.
In addition to Mastercam's wide variety of tool shapes and types, Router 9 has the added flexibility of Right Angle (RA) and Compound Angle (CA) head control (depicted in figure).
Miter saws are often used at an angle to create compound angle cuts.
The EZ Pro Crown King Crown Molding Jig from General Tools works with a miter saw to cut crown molding joints precisely without difficult angle calculations and compound angle cuts.
Compound angle oil holes were drilled by positioning the X, B, Y and C axes while feeding simultaneously in X and Z-axes.
All these system allow for five-sided piece-part machining including compound angle holes, under an Indramat MT-CNC controlled system that facilitates last-minute product design changes and process capability demands.
The pitching of the spindles is wide enough to accept fixturing on the table to accommodate angle and compound angle hole drilling.
The standard compound angle is 29 deg, ensuring that most of the cutting action is on the front flank of the threading insert.
After preliminary turning, the workpiece goes to a Maho UMC for all milling and drilling operations, including a compound angle hole.
Machining processes that are difficult or even impossible on a manual machine, such as compound angles, tapers, profiles, threading, and tapping, are significantly easier using IPS.
The block of aluminum had to be machined in a complex set of convolutions, each requiring a separate setup, owing to the number of internal holes on compound angles.
In some locations, because of the severity of the compound angles, 5"x8" plates, 3/8" thick, containing swivel mechanisms must be bolted in place to attain those angles.