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As far as acceptance tests for standard machines rather than . which satisfy the specified accuracies in the standards of machine tool acceptance tests. if closer tolerances are needed. to measure the geometric accuracy.http://osp. various investigations concerning the causing and elimination of chatter on different machine tools have carried out. the surface finish and the maximum metal removal rate (Dynamic performance test). deformations and vibrations are created in the frames and other parts of machine tool during machining operations. therefore.Test Chart for Finish Turning Lathes 5. as a high rate of production as is economically Machine tools. Speeds and Feeds 4. When the machine tool is under load.INTRODUCTION The basic function of a machine tool is to produce a workpiece of the required geometric form with an acceptable surface finish at. Some of them serve for determining the conditions under which a machine tool can be used without the danger of chatter. will produce components that will meet the requirements of modern production in accordance with standard limits and fits. i. to evaluate the relative merits of machine tools it is essential to perform the acceptance tests.mans. Tests that cover the vibration behavior of any machine tool are difficult.html CHAPTER 4 . These men know how to use measuring instruments and how to assemble the machine in such a manner that manufacturing tolerances of individual components have a compensating and a cumulative effect as far as the accuracy of the whole is With regard to vibrations.Introduction 2.e. However. In order. For the manufacture of components to medium or coarse tolerances.Other Machine Tools 1.Geometrical tests a) Equipment and Methods b) Magnitude & Direction of Tolerances 3. an expensive additional operations and tedious selective assembly have to be carried out. wide tolerances may be permissible. others serve for the testing and improving of newly designed and prototype machines. Experienced fitters and inspectors carry out the acceptance test of a new machine tool in the manufacture's works.Machine Tool Maintenance 6.ACCEPTANCE TESTS AND MAINTENANCE OF MACHINE TOOLS 1.Dynamic Performance Tests for Lathes 7.Details for testing center lathes A)The accuracy with which the machine has been manufactured B) Testing the Accuracy of Workpices Produced during a Finishing Operation C) Power Requirements.

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their sizes and the degree of accuracy required from them. 0. Length of thread. (c) Parallel turning between centers Length from ½ to 1 distance between 0.01 mm Length = center height (b) Parallel turning. A) The accuracy with which the machine has been manufactured. 3.05 mm. spirit level for twist in the transverse direction is also carried out. and to ensure that the machine is free from vibrations and other faults. and this plane is the datum for all following measurements. as shown in Table below Test to be applied Dimensions of piece Tolerances Diameter =1/4 center height. Hence.03 mm. A-1) Installation and leveling of the machine.e. Moreover. in (d) Facing (concave only) Length about center height diameter Diameter = 25 mm.DETAILS FOR TESTING CENTER LATHES The geometrical test specifications of a machine tool are as follow.  0.  0. the overhanging weights of the carriage and the cutting resistance force the front shears (apron side) down and lift the rear shears. 2. To avoid the undesirable combination of a maximum convex tolerance for the front shears and a maximum concave tolerance for the rear shears. per 300 mm. Longitudinally. Measurements are carried out with the spirit level the sensitivity of which has to be in accordance with the required accuracy. This slideway is usually plane whilst the front slideway may be intentionally convex. In the case of long beds with more than two legs it must be between two legs. the tolerance must be directed in opposition to this deformation. chucking -----------------0. while the rear shears may be less convex or even slightly concave. Experience shows that lathe beds wear more rapidly in the center than at the ends. This is done by means of a second spirit level alternatively placed in position ‘c’ and ‘d’.DETAILS FOR TESTING CENTER LATHES B) Testing the Accuracy of Workpieces Produced during a Finishing Operation It will often be left to the manufacture to choose workpieces and tools for testing. By checking positions ‘a’ and ‘b’ of the rear slideway (Fig.02 mm. per 300 mm. A-2) Tests the quality of slideways and locating surfaces. Transversely.04/1000) is best put first on the rear slideway (i. in any length centers Diameter = center height. A-1-1) Leveling the lathe Bed 1. The above tests make it possible to ensure that the Four Corners of the bed lie in a horizontal plane. A spirit level (scale value 0. 2. total pitch error (e) Screwing Length of thread.3. therefore permitted to be arched or humped upwards (convex) only. B) The accuracy of the workpieces produced on the machine.02 mm. . chucking 0. It is advisable to check the leveling in the transverse direction simultaneously with the previous step. 300 mm. 50 mm. A-3) Tests the accuracy of the main spindle and of its alignment relative to other important parts of the machine. (a) Round turning. A  twist tolerance is not permissible because the sliding surface of the carriage would not be properly supported by twisted slideway.5) and repeating the measurements for the front slideway straightness of the beds can be determined. C) Power requirements.02 mm. the test specifications of a center lathe are discussed. A) The accuracy with which the machine has been manufactured A-1) Installation and Leveling of the Lathe Lathes are grouped in accordance with their uses. 1. The front shears are. Diameter = 1/8 length. During the test of short machine the carriage must be in the middle of the bed. the slideway opposite the operators’ side). During the next sections. An attempt has been made to establish specifications for performance tests of lathes.

workpiece material. if controlled accurately. speed. Mainly in order to reduce the number of variables involved in the dynamic performance tests. The performance test of a machine tool should also check the speeds and feeds with the suitable instrumentation. except for tool wear and the warm-up time. This phenomenon is normally termed ‘chatter’. out of balance forces in the machine.Part(2) PDF 580 KB . ambient temperature. the resistance to dynamic forces). (i. many lathes are designed for taking the largest possible cuts when the tool is acting on the maximum diameter. For instance. and its liability to both temperature changes and wear. tool center height.e. the workpiece material and the type and state of the cutting tool involved. 6.DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE TESTS FOR LATHES The overall accuracy of a machine tool depends not only on its geometrical accuracy but also upon its stiffness. and after maintenance and repair work has been carried out. and this affects surface finish. The tool wear could be controlled by ‘running-in” the cutting edge and then restricting the number of tests before using a new tip. the following sections are confined to machine for turning with single-point tools. it is recommended to take the surface temperature of the housing of the front headstock bearing as an alternative measure of warm-up time. tool wear.DETAILS FOR TESTING CENTER LATHES C) Power Requirements. and workpiece clamping torque. warm-up time. can be controlled as will be explained later. the described cutting test procedure is for use when it is desired to compare the chatter-free machining performance of two or more lathes. For the warm-up time.e. such as forces transmitted through the floor.Part(1) PDF 790 KB DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE TESTS FOR LATHES . Also. The majority of these variables. DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE TESTS FOR LATHES . would have required the machine to be allowed to cool down to ambient temperature before beginning the next test. its resistance to a steady force between the tool and workpiece. etc.3. i. tool clamping torque. The major limitation on machine tool performance is. 2) Self-excited forces arise in the machine/workpiece/ tool system and the cutting process becomes unstable. therefore. These give rise to forced vibration between the workpiece and the cutting edge. It should be clear that the dynamic tests of a machine tool performance mean tests of metal removal capability with free of chatter workpieces. Also. noises generated and tool wear with the result that a limitation on metal removal rate may be necessary to over come these undesirable effects. In practice two kind of cyclic force during cutting are involved: 1) Forces imposed inside or outside the machine. one of the dynamic stiffness. tool overhang. This procedure enables the limiting width of cut (blim) at which chatter commences on each lathe to be compared. and its amplitude depends on the magnitude of the exciting forces. Surface finish and metal removal rate depend on the dynamic stiffness. operator. Speeds and Feeds Every machine tool must be so designed that its parts will not be deformed beyond permissible limits when subjected to the maximum working load. An additional field of application is the current inspection of machine tools during their use in production. The factors likely to affect the limiting width are machine tool condition. feed.