Using A Parting Tool
If using HSS parting blades grind andor hone the cutting edge to ensure its sharp.
Using a parting tool. Cutting technique as well as different uses for the tool are covered. The slot is cut 16 mm wide 12 mm deep and at an angle of 5 degrees. The main advantage is that the swarf falls down more easily and does not clog up.
Maximize Cutting Tool Stiffness. I must have throw a couple hundred of those away throughout my lifetime. Another use for the wider tools is that of removing wood quickly when forming a tenon.
These parting tools are generally thin blades of HSS but there are also carbide insert parting tools available for the task or you can grind a cutoff tool out of HSS. It is normally used to remove the finished end of a workpiece from the bar stock that is clamped in the chuck. My wife gives me a hard time about saving stuff I think I thru a whole box of old blades away thinking I would never sharpen them or use them again.
Using a parting tool in the front toolpost the wrong way up It is sometimes suggested that there are advantages in using a parting tool in the front toolpost but the wrong way up. A parting tool is also used to cut narrow slots wherever such a slot is needed. Never fails as soon as you throw something away you figure out you need it.
Parting uses a blade-like cutting tool plunged directly into the workpiece to cut off the workpiece at a specific length. If using an indexable part-off tool check that the cutting insert is in good condition. The tool is held in a small sub holder.
A cutoff tool ground from HSS. Inspect the parting tool closely before using. As with face turning the tool is fed from the periphery of the workpiece toward the center and the cutting speed is reduced to zero but here the similarities end.
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