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¦ Knee and Column type
¦ Horizontal
¦ Vertical
¦ Universal
¦ Turret type
¦ Production (Bed) type
¦ Simplex
¦ Duplex
¦ Triplex
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Plano millers
Special type
¦ Ãotary table
¦ Drum type
¦ Copy milling (Die sinking
machines)
¦ Key way milling machines
¦ Spline shaft milling machines
  


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¬n up milling the cutting tool rotates in


the opposite direction to the table
movement.
¬n the conventional or up milling, the
chip starts as zero thickness and
gradually increases to the maximum size.
¬There is a possibility that the cutting
tool will rub the work piece before
starting the removal.
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¬n down milling the cutting tool


rotates in the same direction as
that of the table movement.
¬n the climb or down milling, the
chip starts as maximum thickness
and goes to zero thickness
gradually.
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¦ The cutting force will act downwards
and as such would keep the
workpiece firmly in the work holding
device.
¬This is good for thin and frail
workpieces.
¬t may be used where breakout at the
edge of the workpiece could not be
tolerated.
¬t requires upto20% less power to
cut by this method.

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Based on construction
¦ Solid
¦ nserted tooth type
Based on mounting
¦ Arbour mounted
¦ Shank mounted
¦ Nose mounted
Base on rotation
¦ Ãight hand rotation (Counter clockwise)
¦ Left hand rotation (Clockwise)
Based on helix
¦ Ãight hand helix
¦ Left hand helix
  
 
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¬A number of fixtures depending are
located on a rotary table such that a
number of workpieces can be loaded
simultaneously on the machine table.
¬This will save the setting time of the
workpieces and keeps the machine
cutting all the time except during the
indexing of the rotary table.
 

¬n gang milling a number of milling
cutters are fastened to the arbour to
suit the profile of the workpiece to
be machined.
¬The advantage of gang milling is
that several surfaces are machined
at the same time.
  
¦ A number of the workpieces will be
kept on the machine table in a line
and hence called as 'string milling' or
'line milling'.
¦ By having a number of workpieces
kept in line the approach distance will
be only at the beginning and end of
the line, thus considerably saving the
machine time.
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