straight turning

straight turning

[′strāt ′tərn·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Work turned in a lathe so that the diameter is constant over the length of the workpiece.
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The parts were processed with a straight turning tool with the plates of the two-carbide hard alloy containing tungsten and titanium carbide with the following geometrical parameters: the lead angle is [phi] = 45[degrees], the clearance angle is [alpha] = 10[degrees] and the rake angle is [gamma] = 10[degrees].
Although this can be valid for plunge turning or straight turning where the inclination angle and the nose radius are neglected, it may not be accurate for multidimensional cutting processes or dynamics.
Noverre tried to make all, and had poached a useful two-length lead at the top of the straight turning for home.
In a threading operation, cutting forces in psi are 100 to 1000 times greater than straight turning operations.
The analysis of machining tasks allows stating that among most often realised machining task are straight turning and facing.
The straight turning with actively driven rotary tool has been undertaken in order to make clear the effects of tool rotational speed on cutting mechanics.
Increasing the accuracy and productivity of low-rigid details manufacturing process cannot be executed on the automatic lathe for straight turning because of limited technological abilities and high time loss for resetting.
These include facing, straight turning, taper turning, grooving and cut-off, threading, tracer turning, boring, a.o.