Lathe Machine Operations – Chamfering & Parting off

Chamfering: Chamfering is the operation of beveling the extreme end of a workpiece. This is done to remove the burrs, to protect the end of the workpiece from being damaged and to have a better look. The operation may be performed after knurling, rough turning, boring, drilling. Chamfering is an essential operation before thread cutting so that the nut may pass freely on the threaded workpiece. Parting Off: Parting-off is the operation of cutting a workpiece after it has been machined to the desired size and shape. The process involves rotating the…

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