Lathe machining is a part of mechanical processing. There are two main types of machining: one is to fix the lathe tool, to process the unformed workpiece in rotation, the other is to fix the workpiece, to rotate the tool at a high speed, and to make the horizontal and longitudinal movement of the tool for precision machining. Its technological characteristics are as follows:
It is easy to ensure the precision of each machining surface. When machining, the workpiece revolves around a fixed axis and each surface has the same axis of rotation, so it is easy to ensure the requirement of the coaxiality between the machining surfaces.
The cutting process is more stable; in addition to the intermittent surface, the machining process of the lathe is generally carried out in general, unlike milling and planing. In the course of a walk, the cutter teeth are cut and cut out many times to produce impact.
It is suitable for the finishing of non-ferrous metal parts; some non-ferrous metal parts have low hardness and good plasticity because of the material itself, so it is difficult to get a smooth surface with other processing methods.
The tool is simple; the tool is the simplest tool in the tool. It is convenient to make, grinding and installing. It is easy to choose a reasonable angle according to the specific processing requirements.