machine

shop

CONNECTICUT

STATE EDUCATION

DEPARTMENT OF

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

FCIUDQU)

It is felt

that this set of basic job. will do much to

develop a uniform foundation thrOUChout the Machine Shope of the Vocational-Technical school. in the State of Connecticut.

Only fifteen projects were selected so that the instructor's "academic freedom" will not be infringed upon. Experience

dict~tee that these jobs can be easily completed in less than a years time thus allowing ample time for each instructor to develop supplemental material to fit in with his teaching program.

INTRODUCTION

The following set of jobs have been developed and used with much success faculty and students of the Machine Shop at the Eli Whitney Regional VocationalTechnical School, Hamden, Connecticut,

by the

and where carefully selected to incorporate

the various manipulative operations which are expected to be.1earned in the first year. These projects are all valuable tools which will be constantly used by the student machinist while working at his trade. The Job Sheet which accompanies each blueprint carefully lists the primary skills which ar e to be learned with each job thus emphasizing the impor tance of the manipulating operations which are to be expanded with t he making of each project. The Instruction Sheets, ·which were developed with the corresponding material by

Mr. James Spillane and Mr. Robert M. Reilly, will enable the student to more fully understand the methods of performing the set-ups to make these tools. These sheets will be a boon to the instructor with a heterogeneous can advance their own pace by these instruction sheets. group, the students and operations which are requir- d

The State of Connecticut has received permission from Mr. R.M. Reilly and Mr. J.F. Spillane to reproduce this book for experimental distribution.

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.. } tool gr1nd flx.ta1lstock offset Cut chamfer and f1llets Cut threads wi th tool hi t Cut left hand threads Turn taper with taper attach. to give the beginning student experience 1n the following skills: LATHE OPERATION 3 4 2 1 PROJECT (4) Bushing knockout II g 9 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 18 25 26 28 21 24 23 22 21 Centering stock V1sual al1gnment of centers Face on centers Rough turn to caliper dimens10n Turn shoulder to scale Turn d1ameter to micrometer dimens10n Finish f1ling Knurling Mounting and remov1ng chucks Spotting and centering Dr1lling and reaming Turn on mandrel True work in Independent chuck Inside facIng Screw arbor work Mount work 1n collets Turn work in 3 jaw chuck Tapping work with tail center Cutt1ng threads.. Planer jacks " 47 " " " 8 " • It " (9) ( 8) (14) " " Babbit hal1lner " " Tap wrench " "" Lathe centers N II " II It . " " 20 II " II It " punch &: scrih. Mount tool post gr1nder Grind centers . .. 1 7) 6) 0 )Th'd 1.32 "V· Block 36 PBench block 20 Paralles 17 " II . (13) Planer jacks (12) Parallel clamp It " .Manipulative Operations The projects in this manual wer-e caref·dly selecteu .compound rest FaCing and recessing Taper turn1ng . d1e stock Turn taper .INO MACHINE 31 Roughing B and squaring stock 32 Squar1ng ends 33 MIll1ng slots with cutter Ltne up work with indicator JIll with ~lar cutters ')ace ~ll flat surfaces 29 Cut hexes and squares 30 Mill flats .. " It " " " " II 14 II " " " II (7) Bench block " " II " (13) " " " (3) Center " " " " . " " 29 " 24 50 II " " " " 47 43 " " MIU.

face atr1ght angles 55 Grind tl1td tool w1th f1xture 56 Gr1nd to shoulder 5~ Gr1nd steps 1n v1se 5 Grind angl •• magnetic block 52 Grind flat surfaces 53 Mount wneels and dress ~6 ) 10} Th'd tool Parallels (11 ) - " "V" " F1nd " f1x. ~2 It 17 " " block " " 36 " " CONTOUR SA\:J 59 Sa\. 2C 11 2 20 11 GRINDER 54· Grlnd S\..) 37 Shape work in vise 38 Shape square & to decimals 39 Shape angular work 40 Shape vee shape.MANIPULATIVE OPERATIONS SHAPER (CONT. 4j Shape to shoulder Sha. f1x.ll".32 NV" Block 36 .pe to layout ~6) !IN 4) Parallels 17 1-2-3 :Slock 53 T'd tool grind.1 to line 60 Saw to irregular layout (2) (11) Dr1ll gage "V" block . " u DRILL PRESS 46 Drill thin stock 47 Drill for tapp1ng 48 Spot for transfer 49 Countersinking 50 Dr111 and reaming 51 Drill to accurate layout 44 Mount1ng and remov1ng chucks 45 Drill to simple layout 43 Center dr1ll1ng 1) Bench block 1) Square 12) Parallel Screw gage clamp 4) Screw gage 12) Parallel clamp 4) Screw gage 1) Bench block it If 43 43 .

.machine 6~ Layout center on rounds 6.ling by hand 70 Threading with a d1e 71 Harden .5. Sawing by hand 69 Fi. 20· " 2 47 8 32 " 29 " . T1dtool " " block " n .Layout.open flame 72 Temper1ng 73 Tapping to bottom 74 Layout with protractor (CONT.) BENCH AND LAYOUT (4) Scre"l gage " II II 1: II II (2) Dr1ll gage Bench ~uare " " ~7~ Planer jacks ~11)Center punch " " Babb1t hammer ~~6) gr1nd fix.MANIPULATIVE OPERATIONS 61 Prepare work for layout 62.from drawing 63Scr1b1ng and punch1ng 64 Tapping wor-k held 1n vise 65 Layout from sample 66 F1le to layout .

f.o wasting Time or clean" '7.."ays working Keeps machine and area clean starts and stops on time Has tools 7 (C) Good quality in fair time Can set up own work Willing to do any job Does not loaf or bother others Keeps machine and area clean Has tools 6 (D) Fair quality or poor time Has to be spoken to 9~out). arts and stops on time t Fas tools Good ~uality in good time Can set up own work 1~lillingto do any job A~.lling do any job to Always working tfJepsmachine and area clean .. "0 Constantly needs he L.i. -- Excellent quality in good time C~n figure own set-ups I~structed only once on new ':-') . t-ups 5 or less (F) Be-ther-a Poor quality or extra long time others H~s to be spoken to about wasting time oracleaning up Does not have necessary tools Makes poor set-ups .!9UpS ".MACHINE SHOP NAME GROUP 9 (A) ~_ __ 8 (B) DATE.

Draw file one side of 3i" length. Apply ldyout fluid. Cold Rolled Sttel. File burrs. Do not st amp name near edge of square. Have stop on drill press table to prevent work from spinning. Layout end with square. STOCK: OP:bRATI~ s: Cut off stock 3 3/8" long. 4. Drill 3/16" holes.JCB NAME Square SLUt. File end square. (use hermaphrodite 8. 5. Prickpunch. 4. 2. calipers) .l. 10. 6. 7. to bu. 5. 3. PRINT NlJlIiBER:Ol-A-l INFORMATION: A square is a preclslon tool which is used to check the relationship of sides which are to be at right angles to each other. File inside end square. Hold piece low in vise while filing. 2. 13.ge) . PRIMARY SKILL LEARNED: PRECAUTI~S: 1. after piece is cut off. 11. The making of this tool will provide the student with experience in hacksawing and filing work flat and square. Hacksaw through holes. File long inside edge parallel to outside. 9. 12. 1. Layout inside of square. Stamp name and date. (It will cause metal Raise file on return stroh. File all burrs immediately J.

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3. Fig. Fig. File the short inside edge square. 2 4. 9. Apply layout dye and layout from print. File 2 1/4" end square with Square. 5 Fie. .al 1/8" X 2" X 3 3/8" Cold Roll steel . Fig. At the Bench Vise. Remove burrs with tUe. ~ Ch~ck with Fig. Secure project to a large tlat piece of wood and drill 3/16" holes on location. first side. Fig. 7 . 1. Set Calipers to 23/32" scribe line. I Fig. 4 8. l Fig. 7. The marks will be 1/4" apart. 2. "'Yyy ~ ~ ~ Pig . Fig. 6 '-. Light should not show through. 6 parallel to the outside. 3 6.. Layout to remove excess metal Fig. Remove project trom wood Fig.. 4. Select and cut the proper materi. Use Dividers and locate marks for 3/16t1 diameter holes. Use hermaphrodite cali pers set at 9/16" Fig. Hacksaw through the holes and remove the excess metal. Stamp your name and date. 11. 5 support and file burrs. 1 9lUARE ~I-----"'l Check with Square.Consult your blueprint at all tL~s.. FilA the long inside edge 10. 3 5. Draw tile 3 3/8" side flat.use 8" Vill FUe..

2.emp. 5. PRThiARY SKILL LEARNLD: pRE. 2. OPl:.JOB NANE BLUE Dr ill Gage PRlNT NllliBbR: : 01-A-2 WF0RMATION A drill gage is used to check accurately the angles on the point of a drill.e .I t. 1/8" x 2" Cold Rolled Steel. name and date.nd saw. by machine. ~~chine file to layout lines. 30 STOCK: Band saw 1/32" from layout line s.CAU T ICl.RAT ION. S : 1.Lat.s on this tool) Observe safety rules when band sawing and machine filing. BCt. 3. 6. In the making of this t cc. 1. (there art two different anglE.s: .. 4. Mill graduations. Cut off stock 4 3/4" long. Check angles with gage.h. Layout from t. (if required) 7. Stamp angles. FilE: burrs. student will r-ece Lve experience in laying out from smaple as well as sawing and filing to irregular Lay out.

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5. Turn taper with compound rest.JOB NM-'lE Center Punch and Prick Punch BLUE.tRATIONS: 3.tR: Ol-A-3 INFORMATION: 1. OP. 4. Cut off stock 4 9/16" long. Observe safety precautions when using emery cloth on lathe. Chamf'er . This punch has a thirty degree angle on its point. . 2. 2. Harden and temper Polish with emery cloth. 4. PRINT NUNB. 2. ~vben turning long taper. Tempering. hold piece in collet as short as possible. 1. A prick punch is used to mark scribed or layout lines with PRThiARY SKILL LEARNED: 3. STOCK: 3/8" Octagon oil hardening steel. 2. Harden in open flame. 1. 6. 7. Face end in collet. Reverse piece and turn long tapero File point. Note different points on punches. Mount work in collet. 3. small indentations to prevent removal of layout lines by accident. PRECAUTIONS: 1. The sixty degree point makes a cone shaped impression large enough to allow the point of a drill to start. A centEJr punch is a tool commonly uSed to mark the location of a hole.

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. 10. l l. j. Use oil wh~n tapping.Lon to make sur-e it is at s right anglE... File outside edges square. Count~rsink all holes. threads PRlMAfty SKILL l..s to the workpiect-'. Tappdrig work held in a vise at right angles to the workpiece.ap from two d i r-e ct. 2.p wrench. 4. OPl!.AR)lED: . Countersinking.lB1R: Ol-A-4 Scrtw Gage INFOFtMATIuN : This is a valuable tool for checking fine and coarse under ~II in diameter. 6. Drilling for tapping. Cent. Layout from center lines.RATI~~ Cut st0ck 4 3/8" long. 2..llels undbr work when drilling. J. holes. (tap size drills) 4. 7b. Center drill all holes. 4. Drill all holes. Apply layout fluid and Layout. Stamp sizes. Tap all holes.plarg(.Led steel. r 3. and cent. name and date. 8. nenlov~ .erpunching. 2. 1.e drilliIlg in a drill press. 5. 7.. 6. File bevel.JOB NAME BLUE PRmT NIJl. burrs. 3.I:.cribing 1. ::. Use small tap wrench for small holes. 5.TCCK: 3/811 : X 2" Cold r-o. USt:.. thin pard. Check t. 5.st holes first to get feel of ta.

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7. Use micrometer dial on . inserted. St. 10. Reverse piece and turn 3/4" d i. Mill flat on handle. Cut . Turn diameters to micrometer dimensions. 1.er- long. 7. 4. 3. 2.r-ad ius on €nd. 1.s. Cut off stock to 6 3/4" Leugt. 5.amvt. STOCK: 1 l/B" OPl!. Check diam'. Diamet£r hachine Steel. 6. Turn J/8" diameter 1 1/4" long. 14. I" di.amp name and date.amet. 5.Oterat. Set tool bit on center.ndfeed. Visual alignment of cent. PRECAUTIONS: 2. Observe lathe safety precautions.e 4 1/811 r Turn 5/8" diameter J 1/8" long. bushings from castings and fixtures. Turri ~II diameter 2 l/B" long.t. 6. 5. 4. Use proper speeds a. Knur 1 9. Centering stock. 4. 11. Facing on centers. 3. Turn shoulders to stop. Have proper tailstock prtssurt• Use copper und8r screw on lathe dogs to protect knurl.RATlONS: 1. 12. . 6. Center drill both ends. 7.JOB NAME BLUE PRWT NUhBE1{: 01-A~5 Bushing Knockout DlFORHATlOO : This tool is used primarily to knock out standard size. 8. Face ends. B. Oil center hole. Turn shoulders to scale dimensions. 2.cr-s . Rough turn to caliper dimensions.. beginning of cut. Knurling. Case harden. Turn 5/16" diameter. Turn 111 diameter 3" long. 13.lathe to turn diameter to size. 3. 8.

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Turn i" diameter step 2 1/8" long.1 1/811 diameter X 6 3/4" long. Use form tool to turn radius on end. Turn to 3/4" diameter. 1/2" long. Undercut handle. race and center drill using a three jaw chuck. 41/811 long.BUSHING KNOCK OUT Material: Machine steel .----.-_~p-::J Turn 5/16" diameter step. Stamp name and date. Case harden and finish. Turn 3/8" diameter step 1 1/4" long. protect knurl with soft piece of copper. Place on centers. take a test cut for straight turning. 1/8" X 1/8". medium knurl. to 15/16 diameter 3" long. ~ 0- -----' Reverse on centers.D. . Turn O. Turn 5/8" diameter step 3 1/8" long. ~----'--11'\ll~~" _ _ ~=r~L .

4. Dimensions will be determined by your instructor. 2. 7. Make two parallels the same size. 1. 3. Cut stock to length. Check the speed of the ram.CAUTIONS: 1.R: Ol-A-6 Parallels INFOID'J. 2. Shape one side of stock flCit to size required. Grinding flat and parallel surfaces.Ll. check with' a square.ATION: A parallel is a handy tool wh i. Put first side against stationary jaw and shape second side to proper d:iJnension. n. Shaping work held in a vise.pe last side~ check with a square. Check the length of the stroke of the ram. Turn piece over with the se cond side down and the first side still facing the stationary-jaw. 4. Grind to size.JOB NAP~ BLUE PRINT NUkBl!. 2.Ling machine or shaper vise. Harden and t ernper . 1.on Iy used to support work held in d. 8. . Both sides are parallel to each other. OP1RATlOOS: 3. 5. ~: Tool Steel. Shape third side. PRIMARY SKILL LEARNED: PRE. 6.ch is cor-n. Sho.

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Screw arbor work in lathe.v ith angular cutter. 2. 6.achine steel. Reverse piece in chuck and face second side. 1. Spot ti. 14. J/411 Ivi. 8.lpins.enty of oil when reaming. 1). Th i s LuI 1.CAUTIONS: 2. 1.31/6411 hole. Inside facing. RemOVE burrs. 3. Ntll "V" slot. e1\ S : .JCB NAhE ~ench Block BLU~PhlNT INF'OP. ~Lill. J. Face and bore angle.a L. Mounting and removing chucks and taper shank tileeves in drill press. Drill and ream holes iTIdrill press. Put it. 8.Ut. Face one side._~. 7.ake SLIT'''' the "V" is milled across the 5/811 and 7/16" L:~l.cck to 1 1/16" length. Use slav. Nount work in independent ehuck. Cut st. Do net remove from chuck until you have checked STOCK: uP. PRJ:.A Tl 2. 5. Turn outside dimensiGn and knurl on thread mandril. Surface grind.I r-eam holes. Cuse harden. 17.M. ery handy 1'01" hold ing sme.-s. tl. it is ulso used for driving out sn. Drill an. 5. 9. hountir!g and removing chucks. Apply layout dye and layout holes. medium knurl. 6. 4. 4. 2.ng «nd centering. Drill . four jaw chuck and true up. J. 11. 16. 4.hTION N~~~~: : O-h-7 ::. Cut undercuts on each end of knurl. Put bench block on thread mandr i L and turn diameter. Knurl. Center drill all holes. speed and p+. 15. 7. with yrur instr~ctor.Ll r-ound or squar-e v worK whll~ drilling. 12. Rei:il11~" hole. 10.

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Undercut 1/16" X 1/8" dimensions. 31/6411 drill. Fig. Medium knurl turned area. 4 Rp~ove from mandril Surface grind top to clean up. Figo 5 Stamp name and &ate. Before removing from the chuck have project c~ecked by your instructor. and 1/2" machine ream thru. Face. 3 Set compound rest at 10° and bore 10° internal angle to 2 3/16" dimension. Layout and drill proper size holes at intersections. ReMove from chucko Place project on a special threaded mandril and face. center drill. 2 Fig. . Bore inside diameter to 2". Tum the outside diameter to 2 1/2". Mill 90° "V" slot across the 7/16" and 5/8" holes. 1 Do not remove project from the chuck until so informed by your instructor.Center the stock in a four jaw chuck. Fig. 9/16" deepo Fig.

R.t.t. in order of a tap. 6. 2.e rs t.Hand18s. 1.. Face off and center drill. Turn cn cent.Cj i amet. r ir-ht hand thread handle has Le ft hand t ru ' :. Tur-n to . Cut r i ght JHI. OP l'Ji. Not.A T ION S: 3. hever-5e p i e ce . FRbCj.ndercut knurl.. .lJ T ION S : 1.ha t l. .(' copp-r to I' . STuCK: 5/8" Diameter Cold Rolled Steel. '? 2.A. Make block first so t. l.Y and o+herto block. :_. ad with tool Lit. t ap .kage PRINARY SKILL 1.ual pressure to prevent the br-et. )-. INFORhATION : Th~ tap wrench i" Ci tool Liesifntd on a. 4.o r x 1 7/8". Medium knurl. rnay fit threads .. 5.e that one hand Le hils. ~II d i amet.ec t knurl).er x 411 Long .E. while t app ing . Cut left hanc • nr e dd t nr-e w i t h tool bit. 2. Cut stock to 5 J/8" length.'..rIJED: tc exert ec.

Drilling to simple layout~ Tap left hand thread. directions" 7 • Cut piece in half" 80 Surface grind ends. Mlchine steel 5/8i1 X OPERATIONS: 1:t" 10 4. 2.ffiIMARY SKILL LEARNED: PRECAUTIONS: 1. When tapping left hand hole turn tap in counter clochrise direction. 9. lvnke sure the letter "Wn drilled holes are drilled in opposite holes When milling radius keep same side of block against stationary jaw of vise. S. 3. Mill 90 degree angle 20 3$ Shape block to size" Grind to finish dimension.JOB NAME Tap ~ench BLUE PRINT NUMBER: 01-A-8 lNF ORHAT ION: The proper size tap wrench must always be used when tappincr. Tap holes . Allow . too large a tap wrench will exert too much pressure and break the tap • 1~ 2. Drill "W" size holes 7/811 deep in opposite holes in opposite 6.015 on a side for grinding. lfall r addue .. . . 4. Drill two 5/16n holes.

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Turn to . Fig. See Fig. both sides.TAP WRENCH ] Fig. 5 Fig. 5/8" diameter 5 3/8" Long.. 2 Turn the outside diameter ot both pieces to 1/2" diameter 4 1/4" long. Allow~. Face and center drill in a three jaw chuck. Medium knurl.~I~ Fig. Fig. Figo 5 BLOCY. 3 3/4" long. Fig. 3 I Saw block i~ half across the holes then grind parallel to outside edge. 2 Turn undercut to remove knurl. Fig. 6 o .l Fig. 1/2" convex radius with a 1/2" Concave Cutter. 4 I . I j.~. 2 Figo 1 ~:!V'/.015 on all sizes tor grindingo Fig. Layout from print. 4 Cut threa. cut 3/811 X 16 lett hand on other piece 7/811 long. Use form Tool to turn radius at end.d one 3/8" X 16 right hand. Fig. Fig. 3.370 diameter 1 3/8" long. 5 Shape block to 1/2" X 1 1/2" X 1 5/8". Reverse piece on centers. 5 Fig. Fig. 4 Use "W" drill and drill 7/8" deep on opposite sides. Fig. ( two pieces 0 Fig. 1 Mill.h locations. 4 Fig.. 7/8" long. Drill 5/16" hole thru block at bot. 6 Use 90 angle mill to mill tlV" 3/32" deep in both parts. 3 Drill 7/8" deep on opposite sides ( use "Wit drill ). Turn chamter on this end. Fig.. 1 Z Handles Select two pieces ot Cold Roll Steel. Center drill at intersections.

9. 5 8. Face off and center drill in collet. 4. 3.J'OB NIu"lE Babbit HammerBLUE PRINT NUNBER~ nWOfllVLATION: Ol-A-9 ITEM: Handle. 10. 1.D: 5/8" OPillATION S : Turn taper with tailstock offset. 1. This tool is useful for setting down work held in a vise without maring the surface finish.16 thread. 6. Offset tail stock 5/32" and cut taper. Knurl on centers. Blend in radius at start of taper.IIleter/811 long. PRIMARY SKILL LEARNE. . Turn 7/1611 diameter 3/4" long. Chamfer end. 7. Reverse and turn 1/211 diameter 4 1/8" long. Turn 3/811 did. Gold Rolled Steel. 2. 5. Cu t stock to 7 7/8" length. Cut 3/8" .

ITEM: Head 3. lU.first t hr-ead to get snug fit on handle.EWE PRINT hUHBl!. Bore inside taper. Tap 3/8t1-16 thread. Honl head by end5 when drilling for tapped hole. . 5. Allow stock to stio.. out at least 5/8u in chuck. Drill 5/16" hole 7/8" deep. S'i'OCK: 1 1/13" DidJ'CIeter exagon H 1.: 01-1-9 PRECAUTIONS: 1. Cold Rolled Steel. 11. 8. Bore inside taper. L. Drill 5/8" hole. Set compound rest for cutting tapers. Cut off stock to 1 1/4" length. Reverse piece in chuck. S. Drill 3/8" hole 1/8" dei)p to remove first thread. Turn outside taper. Do inside and outside taper in same setup. 4. Drill 5/8" hole. 2. 7. 9.R. Relieve . 6. Chuck in 3 jaw chick and turn outside taper. 4. OPERATIONS: J.

·l(l' :1·~.. Remove burr Cut stock to 13/16" s.IT iZ·~: Moll. lengtn. 1 1/2il diameter. 6.ATICltS.·. 1. taper facing you when boring so tbat 1 1/16'" iUlension may be checked. . hore 15 degree Clhgle. 5. Drill 5/8" hole. Have l.mtn. 2. 2• 3.ar·ge side of . 1 ~~: Machine steel OPEJ1. FQce off in J jaw chuck. Ullt:. Reverse piece and face off to 1l/1611 .t:'r ces not have to be turned. 4.. 1.

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BIn a 1.... eft \0 l. s.1l.Ol-A-~ 'BABBIT MAWR both 1 Use ~8" Cold Roll Steel. 5 lonB. prot.'diMMlOD.. ~. 1 1/16. . 2 l.w drill ends in a Spring Collet. stup DaM &Del 3/1· _te. &ad repeat the abo. ..... P. Dee 1 .41MM1on.t. lhamter end.J/2a.oct oeat.long. ... l hm a 3/S" I 16 band thread to the ri_ . 6 .onc. 1 Kediua knurl one end 4" long. fig. ft«.r..dMp...r dluKw o. 4r1ll tap 3/8" X 16 rleht hand thNA4. ~r p"_ Ia.. ' the outaide an&'leto the )1/)2" ~. the piece in the tSlnI*. ot j ottNt the t.Gac. face ort u 1 l. tbe .t. 7/lJ. 4 Mold 5/32" toward tbe troot. 18 . 3 4• l.t to 15 &nth... . face otf Cold BoU st_l 13/16· &lid JIIIM 'u. drill 5/16" boD 7/8· cSHp. . ill and drill a 5/8" dialMt. operaticoa taJ" thiA . Ur • sIB. turn. 2 b.1 str'~~r 1 1/4.- 41uet.l/l6..n6 d. • 370 ~ter' 4%!'.1de. 1 Rever.ct the knurl with a eoft piece or copper. piece OD oent....... rig. anwthe pi. angle to tile 5/1.ail. Pit. ~.. anu .. 1 1/8" baagoa Cold IoU St.houlder./8" boh tlln.4II' cIrI. Fig.. ..oac.rt.. boh 1/S" cleep . ~ oINok. 1/2" Pig. the COIIpOIlIId. tum the tollow1.r ~ 5/16. r1c. 1a t.Place the project on center..M otnaok &ad.. lone. .4II'll1 aDd cIr1ll a ../lJ. P'r<lm the taUstook end...- L&1out. biDe and tum the taper. . Bore 150 inaid. Pace and cent..

Grina surfaces at right angles.l~i. OP.s with vise on angle. Mill 111 concave finger slot at 15 degree angle.:. 6. 9. Cut off stock to 2 3/8" length.d dress gr inc ing wheels. .Al'IOO: This unique tool is extremely valuable in accurately and speedily grinding threading tool bits. . 8.~~: 1. Sh<1ping angular worK..JOB NAME ~~.ThF()HM. Thread Tool Grinding Fixture i-'RINT ~JMBl:.ount ar. . 4. Tap holes.'t. Grind 30 degree angle with sine bar. (allow .) 3. Drill holee before milling angles. 5.nz "d ot.. M.... Mill or shape stock to size. 2.. Use sine bar to accur-at.b:. L~. STOCK: 1 5/811 x 2 1/811 Machine steel..luJ:. PRECAUTIONS: 1. Grind piece square. 3.:.l!. Grind thread tool with fixture.(~~. 7. Mill slot with piece at 15 degree angle. Counterbore holes.r~'.e Ly grind ang Les .015 on a side for grinding..RATICI'IS: 1..R: Ol-A-IO . ~Ul i. 5.:. 2. . Layout and drill holes. Mill or shape 30 degree angles. 10.

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1 tW() with Layout for drillinp. 3 Indicate Milling Machine Vise.Share and grind the block to 1 1/2" X 2" X 2 1/ 4~'.juar-e to each ot. counterbore a 5/16" drd. Fig. -- .'. Grind 300 angle. Fie. '2 Fig. 3 o Fig.the same set up. 5 stamp name and date 4 1_ .ll sd de s l"_~st be par-a I Le L and s.Ll 19/32" deep. mill out the fineer slot with a I'· Convex I'ill. C01ll':-ination .her.. 2 /1 7 I L__ ~ 'all or Shape)O angle on both sides. 0 Mill slot to 3/8" Fip.500 s:i. -" . Figo 1 Fir.np.4 measurement at 15 angle. A.and a 2. Secure project to an anele Iron or nun Iron.ze block.Set to locate angle.. Fig. Fig.u.THREAD TOOT (}RH''')ING F'IXTtr. use 3. Usi. Ilsing a 511 Sine Bar .-. Drill ho l e s 1" deep.

4. . 2. while milling. 1. 5. . 1. Mill or shape 90 degree angles on top and. 9. 5. Keep i:>ase acainet stationary jaw when milling side slo ts • Mill 1/4" X 1/4" slot first. 2.grlndingor laying out '-IOrk. 6. Mill 1/8n reces. Band sawing stock to a line Surface grind to shoulder Grind steps in vise. Mlll 19/32" step on sides.1-1111 grinding recess in ccrner-s 8.p on eM.1 in bottom of V's.od. u. 6. drillilli. then reverse piece in vi_ and do 80me operation on opposdte side. STOCK: I? /8" Square Tool Steel OPERA'tIOl!S : Cut ott 8 tock to 3 1/S" length.) ayout for milling. 4. 4. Shaping work dime nsloNi. Uales sure piece is shapod or milled square.3.!!!!_OOHATION: V-blocks are UMd for holding roum or equare work. IO~ Hill slota on end. Saw out corner. Hill or shape to print size. lti11 slota on sid8s. 3. Put piece of round stock in "V" when holding bloclt in viSe to prevent \ling from bending in. Grind angles vi th magnetic V-block PRECAU'l'IOHS: 1. 2. (Allow for [rinding. 7. 1IqU8l"9 PRD:A11Y SKILL LEARl'ED: and to decimal 3.JOO NAJE "V" Block BLUE }JRINT NTIHBERI Ol-A-ll I'IEli~ - Bloek . Shaping we shape a. Hill 1 9/32" at.

ll. Layout internal radiU8. 4. Tap holas. jaw chuck. 6. Saw c'. FUe radius on hub. 3. PP. 1. Clamp 1. drill and bore 1 5/16" hole. 3. Tapped holes m'lllt clear each other at right a.J(]J NA1E "Vtt Block . Steel...3. 5. Bore hole in L. 9. Pile inside of clamp. True ~Dter punch mark with Shape to shoulder. 3. tayou t external radi ua.!1!M: PRIMARYSKILL LEARNED. STOCK: 7/S" X 2· luchine OPE:RATIOriS : otf stock ~ 2 1/8" length. . Cut s. Pile outside of clamp.~t8ide of cl~. 7. 2. 10. wiggler. Layout and drill tor clemping screv. :u.. Shape 8 tock to blueprint lize. Locate and drill canter of hub. 2.ngles. 1. Sav inside ot claap. Notice hub at top of clamp l1Mn shaping thickness. Shape to layout. laoe otf.ECAUTIOrrs: 1. 2.

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l bloc k to the ailllng .v.v.1 Fig. 4 Mill a 1/4" slot 1/2" deep 1 1/8n !ran the baae. 5 fig. Mill a 1/8" grinding reo. 2 Place the baa.. 1 Shape and &rind a tool st. and mill the .3 rlg.. '1go 1 1 3/4" I 1 3/4· I 3".. the cutter to a 1/4" vide mill .rs. place the baa. Flgo 2 A grinding reoess in the "t· l1&y b. in diM. Mill a 1/4" slot 1/4" deep and 1/2" tram the ba. Mill square to the d1m. 11ne.nd 1/2" tram the b•••• Fig • . rig.. ailled 0 nov..ide ot the . Chang. Fig. 5 .0/-/1 -II (I) "V" BIDCK Fig.nsions.. a 90 aill and aiU to the print dimensions. IT II .ter. 3 a. Mill a 1/4" Blot 1/4" deep .V" sentrally on the top and one end. 1/8" deep in the bo~ ot the ltv" cut... Indicat. Us. ttle p1~e in the ne..tationary jaw.tationary J. 4 Fig. Layout Band v to the out. Reverse the piece and repeat the operation on the other side. against the .. chine Yi .s. ot the ·va block against the .

9 as was completed in the operations shown in FIG. Re"f'8r.nd1ng recess in the "L" section. .~ temper. 8 on the narrow section. 8 FIG. Fig. the piece and repeat the operation. FIG. 6 FIG.8. 7 FIG7 Place the opposite side against the stationary jaw the "V" up. Harden in 011 (_tep). Finish grind at later date. 10.On the . complete the for FIG. .. same operations Stamp name and date on the bottom. 9 . Mill the other wing. The 1 9/32" dimension will be centrally located. Uill a gr1. Set the edge of the cutter 15/64" in from the stationary jaw and mill off one wing. 6 Place the side with the "V" up.narrow section mill a 1/4" slot J 1/2" deep and 3/8" freD the end. Fig.

2" thickness ( watch the lug' Fig. 1 right angles and must clear each other. Keep'the taced ott. Fig. 4 Fig. band 8&W to the line. file to tit '" block. Select stock 7/811 X 2" X 2 1/8". drill and tap two 1/4" X Fig. ( Note: tapped holes are at Layout. Place the piece in a tour jaw chuck and line up the center punch mark with the tail stock center. Fig. 3 Fig.."V" BLOCK ClAMP Fig. 20 holes. Layout the outsi~ shape and band saw. 3 La70ut the inside shape. 2. 1 5/16" Dis. 4 . drill up to 1" in diameter and bore to tit the wings on the "V" block. center drill. 2 Consult your blueprint. see blueprint. 1. Layout as illustrated in Fig. Face ott.ide down and mill to the 1. Center punch location at intersection.

JOB NAME Parallel

Clamp

INFffilfATION

1

Parallel together The two olamped

clamps are extremely while Ioca ting holes jaws must be parallel on the work in order S,')ttil'l{:

useful for holding work or me.chining pi.;ces. to each other, when to hold properly.

p~nj\.RY SKILL r.:..~";;]_!)L 1.
2.

J. 4. 5.

Rvughing Squaring

for tra.'1sfer of nc.Ie s , and squar-Ing stock. ends on stock. Grind shaper tool ')i t , Line up work or vise \-1i th indic::tor.

PRECAUTIC}TS:

1. Mill angle on the 4 ja\Ts together. 2. Clamp pieces toGether when milling rCldiua. 3. Clamps must be made in yairs so th.: t holes ,.fill line up. 4. C~ jm·TStogether when spotting holes. S. lIc.~ sure tap is perpen0icular to top surface of jaw \·rhentapping. Square oold Rolled Steel. Cut stock to 4" length. lIill ends square in vise. J. Uill S/S" radius on ends. 4. Shape or mill angle .. 5. Layout and priokpunch holes. 6. Drill letter "Ill drill thru two jaws. 7. Clamp drilled ja\orto undrilled jaw and spot thru. 8. Drill 1/4" hole 5/16" deep. 9. Drill letter 0 holeo 10. t-ilrk jaws as a pair. 11. Tap 5716" holes. 12. spot 6-32 holes from clip. 13. Tap 6-32 hole. 14. Case harden.
2.

STOCK: 5/0" OPERATICPS ~

1.

JCB mE BLUE PRINT HtJ1:I3'":R: Ol-.A-12
PRIMARY SKILL LEARNEDl 1.

Parallel

Clamp I1!l1!, Screwe,

2.

Cut threads H'i th tool bh.. ) Cut recess in lathe.

PRECAUTIONS: . Al10w 1/2" extra stock for hoIdfng in dog. I 2. Note that B~rews are of differ€nt lengths. 3. Knurl before turning thread diruneter. (To prevent bending piece). 4. Fit screws to jaw, when threading. 5. Do all operations before cutting off extra stock.

STOCK:

5/8"

Cold Rolled Steel.

OP.mATIOt1S:

2~ Center drill and face off in collet. 3. Turn 5/S" dia. on oenters to true up. 4. Knurl. 7. Cut l/16" groove in knurl.

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Cut oft stock to

4"

length.

6.

5. Reverse' piece and turn thread diameter.
Turn

1/4"

di ..

ter.

10. Face oft in collet. 11. Drlll 3/16" hole.

8. Thread. 9. Cut off extra stock.

(on .olamping screw only.) (On adjusting screw only.)

BLUE PRnIT }1UllB~:

Ol-A-12

ITEM:

Clip

PRIHARY SKILL L~.AI'J'7.DI

1.

Drilling

thin stock.

mECAUnOrs

s

10
2.

Nail stock to a pieoe of wood while drilling to prevent work from clu-b:ing up t~ drill. Put bend :!.n clip by p.1.acing two pieces or 1/16" metal on oppoaf te sidell of work and apply pressure in the arbor press.

STOCK:

Sott IIbeet IIteel

1/16"

thick.

OPERATIONS:

Out stock to length 5/8" x 2". File radius :3. Layout and prick punch. 4. Clamp stock to piece of wood and drill 5. Drill #26 holes. 6. Saw pie ce in half. 7. Bend step in piece.

1. 2.

1/211

hole.

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Drill two holes thru with an "I" drill in two pieces. Fig. 4" long Indicate t. Transfer t.PARALLEL CLAr'iPS (2) Use four pieces of 5/8" square cold rol. Fig. Fig. 4 In part #4.he milling machine vise and mill a S/8" convex radius on all four pi~ces. Use an "0" drill and counterbore 1/1611 deep to remove the first thread on both sides of all holes. Stam'J name ann date. 2 Layout part #5. 2 Fig. 3 Pair UP and transfer holes an 11 I" drill from part #5 to part #4.1-1e6-32 t.Io. drill a 1/4" hole 5/16" deep on the end with the radius. with the transfered holes up. The transferred holes in part 114 are to be 1/16" deep.hr-eade d hole in part #4 from Da. 3 Fig. 1 0 Use the angle fixture and shape the four pieces at the same time to the 1 7/16" dimension. Remove +. Drill tl-e ot. 4 Fig.!'steel. Figo 5 Tap two 5/16" X 2h holes Ln nart AtS.r.ebur-r-s . Fig.er hole thru with an "0" dr+Tl .rt #3 at asseJT1blyo .

CI70" pieces in such a position so aa to provide the proper location for the bend.n bending the spring use two pieces of scrap stock approximatelT •Cl70" thick. 4 bUlT.6 I Fig. locate the /16-32 taA'ed hole in part 114 from the spring. Bend in an arbor press. Layout center lines and scribe two linea 5/16" from each end. Tap the hole 1/4" deep. 'II I j/ 'Ib..pring (part #3) at assembly with the clamp (pLrt 14). 4 = itt ~ t t + Fig.I L PARALlEL CLA1. Ne. 1. 5 -5a . Pigs. Secure work to a flat piece ot wood and drill a 1/2" hole in the center and a 1126drill hole at the other two intersections. two pieces 4-3/4" long. The hold down spring (part 113) is made from 16 gage sheet metal 5/8" wide and 2" long.o I . Turn the 1/4" diameter 5/16" long on the two pieces that are 4-1/2" long. When the groOTe is made.A _. 1 !tit 1IItItftJ·ltllllllhl~ Fie.310" and to the proper length. Fig. 2. 5a Locate the groC1'le in the screw (part 11) from the . File the 5/16" radius using part 114 or #5 as a guide. Face off knurled end to proper length. Fig. Knurl the handles 1-1/2" long.TS (!) ~ 1~IIIIItEfflllll"tI'I'ID Fig. Fig. Cut the threads S/16"x 24 to the shoulder. and two 4-1/2" long. Note : Undercut the 1/16" groove in the knurled area ataesemblJ". 5 . ReTerse the piece on centers and turn the diameter to . 6 .3 3&. Place the . cold roll steel. in halt across the 1/2" hole and remove the Fig. 2 The acrews (part 11 &: 112) are made from four pieces of 5/8" diameter. Fig.

stock and die. .ds. Straddle milling.:. File radius on head. i>1acidne S. 2... i.. ack to len~th 6*" t Turn 1/2" dia. 2. Cutting threads in v:i. Reverse piece and turn other end to 1/211 dia. 3. X 2-1/2"..k . Cut in half.. Undercut head with 1/16" radius. t1ake scr(!. (~ Mill square.JOB NAME Planer Jack lTEH~ Screw PRINAK[ SKILL lEARNED: 3. allow 1/8" for cutting in half. diu in tail at. 2... X 2...se. 4. back to back. Cutting threa. 8. Cut threads.1/2"._~ 'li0ca. :J.d one end in lathe using die on tail stock and thread other end in vise using stock and die to gain exper-Lence in thes-e methods. cutoff s. 7. .. 5. PRECAUTlmrs: 1.} 3/4" diMloter.~ 1.. Threa.o.. 1.

2. They are 2.JOB NAJ1E Planner Jack BLUE PRHTT tTUHBER: Ol-A-13 INFORlJJA TION: ITEM: Base Planner jacks are used to level v. advance tap . 3. Turn taper using compoundrest. Drill 9/16"clearance hole 1 1/211 deep. 10. Face off and center drill.srk OP planer beds and milling machines. STOCK:. 2. Turn taper in chuck. Hill hexagon. . 7. 6.on. Diameter Machine Steel. Turn work held in chuck. 1.lf'. PRTI1&'1Y SKILL IEARNED: 3. 1 3/411 OPERATIom: Cut off stock to length 5 1/4". 1/2"-13 x 1" deep. 9. Tap in lathe.ce be toeen index centers use a protractor to lineup cut. Drill 1/211 hole 1/811 deepo 3. Recess tmdercut.. 2. Sawpie ce in half'. ll. Drill 27/64" hole. Reverse piece in chuck. mlen reversing pie. 1. then cut in hB. 3. Hilling hexagons.150 valuable in G'lpporting thin shafts during a milling or drilling oper-a td. 4. Tapping with tail center. PRECAUTIOPS: 1•. 5.fO bases 11ill be milled as one piece. Hhen tapping in the lathe use light pressure on the tail stock as yop. L:.. T\..

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Check speed on tool post grinder before turning on grinder. Allow 1/32" for grinding after hardening. Protect ways on lathe when grinding. Grind 60 degree angle. M01. 10. ll. 8. 1. Turn 1/4" diameter. Harden. j'RIMARY SKILL LEARNED: 3. . Grind taper to fit taper gage. Cut off stock to size. Turn 60 degree angle. PRECAUTIONS: 1. 7. Turn taper to required dimension. Face off and center drill. lap center holes before grinding.er. 5. STOCK: High Speed Steel (Size according to taper required) OPERATIONS: 3.mt tool post grinder. Grind centers. Always check the cont. 4. Lap center holes. 2. Turn taper with taper attachment. 6.JOBNAME Lathe Center BLUE PRINT NmISER: Ol-A-14 INFORMATION: The accuracy of a lathe center determines the ~ecuracy of the lathe. 4. 3• 5. Turn "A" dimension. Check for runout before g:-inding point. 9. 2.in the spindle end for runout. 1. Grind "A" dimension. 2.

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tsom the 1/4" dt. 2 Reftl"H the piece on center8.--------. 1 three jaw chuck. Face and c.el. priDt si•• . rig. o Fig.I L _ U.r out. Fig. 3 Set the compound rest to 30 and tum. the 60 angle. Tum the step on the tapered end. 4 Harden and temper. Turn the 1/4" diameter. 1/2" long. 5 the "D" dimension.[----] Fig. 5 grinder. Allow for grinding. grind the taper to Rough grind the excess metal on the trint. 4 Fig. 6 . 3 [ Fig. The point must tit the center gare. [ 1[> Fig. 2 . protect the turned portion with 80lt copper.. 1 Place on centers and turn the taper unng the taper attachment. Allow tor grinding. Fig.nter drill both ends 1n a out 'ig. Fig. ott to the proper length.t. To tit taper gage. and turn the outside diameter. Fig. In the cylindrical Ortnd the "A" dimension to the the Wext. Finish ¢nd the point to 600 in the lathe.a. 1 1/8" diameter tool st.

also be used as parallels. 5. 2. 6. ShaM stock to dimensions plus 1/32". 2. 7. Grind square. 1-1/8" X 2-1/8" l-iachine steel. PRll·lARY SKILL IEAIU~D: 1. 4. Harden and grind. Drill long holes firat. 1. STOCK: Allow 1/32" overall for grinding before and after hardening. Layout from drawing. Drill holes. Use proper size tap wrench when tapping. Shape square and to decimals. 3. Observe safety rules when drilling. OPERATIONS: '4. Tap holes. They can.015 for grinding after Layout hole a. 3. (Allow . cut stock to length 3-1/811• hardening.JOBNAME l-2-3-Blocks BLUE P~~NT NUMBER: Ol-A-15 INFORMP_~:ION: These blocks are precision tools and are extremely useful for laying out arxi checking work. PRECAUTIONS~ 1. 2.) .

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3 .Dt.. oo\lllt. Counter.. hol.ink.ink 1/16". 'a.3" 26 Drill two hol.id•• I&aaoWthe. Oft both aid..4 Paok hard.u. !)rill th.r .aoh hole i. to to 1.r . deep a8abOYe~ thruth.32". Fig. Shape parallel and. ..Dk the hol.er thru the two inch aide.9/16-d1aMter.quare .rld. bUl"N.." )1ti/2" • 1/2- " 121 " drill 2"" deep 3/8" " 1"" the three ~nch rig.. 1/16" cl"p.ing a 90 oounter. 2 9/16. 1/2· ds.OOLS steel.tollowillJ i. at 1 1/8" 1 2 1/8" achine :3 1/8" long. trora the centerline·... U. C..... 4 F1«.obe drilled in each block. a list of bol •• t.015"1 ...ce. 2 one 1ftchaide.t.erdrill aU 'iDt. drilled.3..fh.n:grindand lap.r Fig.. J o o o 0 n. a.3 BJ. 1 2 ho1. 1 .. thru . Drill eight holeel/2" tiamet. I..3 f/.015". !we 1 1/32" I 2. Fig. 8 . att. Rulanthe burr.on \he burr •• Countersink 1/16" deep all 4bOft. Grind eq\1U"8 pi. Fig. burn..015"12.dh . ctiona.1 2 .qout bole location. 1/32" 1 .

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