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1.

Gear burnishing is a process for


A. surface finishing
B. under-cut gears
C. cycloidal gears
D. removing residual stresses from teeth roots
2. The continuous chips are in the form of long coils having the same thickness
throughout.
A. Agree
B. Disagree

3. The high cutting speed and large rake angle of the tool will result in the formation of
A. continuous chips
B. discontinuous chip
C. continuous chips with built up edge
D. none of these

4. The grinding operaion is a


A. shaping operation
B. forming operation
C. surface finishing operation
D. dressing operation

5. A coarse grained grinding wheel is used to grind


A. hard and brittle materials
B. soft and ductile materials
C. hard and ductile materials
D. soft and brittle materials

6. High speed steel cutting tools operate at cutting speeds __________ than carbon
steel tools

A. 2 to 3 times lower
B. 2 to 3 times higher
C. 5 to 8 times higher
D. 8 to 20 times higher
7. The factor which affects the tool life is

A. tool geometry
B. cutting speed
C. feed rate
D. all of these

8. The cutting force in up milling __________ per tooth movement of the cutter.

A. is zero
B. is maximum
C. decreases from maximum to zero
D. increases from zero to maximum

9. A right hand tool on a lathe cuts most efficiently when it travels

A. from left to right end of the lathe bed


B. from right to left end of the lathe bed
C. with the help of a compound slide
D. across the bed

10. The surface finish is improved by the increase in

A. cutting speed
B. nose radius
C. true rake angle
D. all of these

11. Climb milling is chosen while machining because

A. the chip thickness increase gradually


B. it enables the cutter to dig in and start the cut
C. the specific power consumption is reduced
D. better surface finish can be obtained

12. The material which on machining produces chips with built up edge is

A. brittle material
B. tough material
C. hard material
D. ductile material
13. In down milling, the thickness of chip is

A. minimum at the beginning of the cut and maximum at the end of the cut
B. maximum at the beginning of the cut and minimum at the end of the cut
C. uniform throughout the cut
D. none of these

14. The chuck used for setting up of heavy and irregular shaped work should be
A. four jaw independent chuck
B. three jaw universal chuck
C. magnetic chuck
D. drill chuck

15. Which of the following operations is carried out at a minimum cutting velocity if
the machines are equally rigid and the tool work materials are the same?

A. Turning
B. Grinding
C. Boring
D. Milling

16. Ceramic tools are fixed to tool body by

A. soldering
B. brazing
C. welding
D. clamping

17. In continuous chip cutting, the maximum heat __________ the velocity of cutting.
A. depends upon
B. does not depend upon

18. The size of a shaper is given by

A. stroke length
B. motor power
C. mass of machine
D. rate size

19. The tool life, in case of continuous cutting, is much better than intermittent
cutting.
A. Agree
B. Disagree

20. The main purpose of a boring operation, as compared to drilling, is to


A. drill a hole
B. finish the drilled hole
C. correct the hole
D. enlarge the existing hole

21. The high cutting speed and large rake angle of the tool will result in the formation
of
A. continuous chips
B. discontinuous chip
C. continuous chips with built up edge
D. none of these
22. Cutting fluid has no effect on the tool life.
A. True
B. False
23. The cutting speed of a drill varies from point to point on the cutting edge of the drill.
A. Correct
B. Incorrect

24. The tool material, for faster machining, should have


A. wear resistance
B. red hardness
C. toughness
D. all of these

25. The hole to be drilled for tapping is __________ the outside diameter of the
thread on the tap.
A. equal to
B. smaller than
C. greater than

26. In which of the following machine, the work remains stationary and the tool is
rotated?
A. Vertical boring machine
B. Horizontal boring machine
C. Precision boring machine
D. Jig boring machine
27. The cutting speed of a drill depends upon the
A. material of drill
B. type of material to be drilled
C. quality of surface finish desired
D. all of these

28. The chamfering is an essential operation after


A. knurling
B. rough turning
C. boring
D. thread cutting

29. A jig is defined as a device which


A. holds and locates a workpiece and guides and controls one or more cutting
tools
B. holds and locates a workpiece during an inspection or for a manufacturing
operation
C. is used to check the accuracy of workpiece
D. all of the above

30. Jigs are used


A. for holding and guiding the tool in drilling, reaming or tapping operations
B. for holding the work in milling, grinding, planing or turning operations
C. to check the accuracy of workpiece
D. none of the above
31. Gears can be best produced on mass production by
A. shaping
B. casting
C. forming
D. hobbing

32. In drilling operation, the metal is removed by


A. shearing
B. extrusion
C. shearing and extrusion
D. shearing and compression

33. Chip breakers are used to


A. increase tool life
B. remove chips from bed
C. break the chips into short segments
D. to minimise heat generation

34. The factor responsible for the formation of discontinuous chips is


A. low cutting speed and large rake angle
B. low cutting speed and small rake angle
C. high cutting speed and large rake angle
D. high cutting speed and small rake angle
35. A grinding wheel becomes glazed (i.e. cutting edge takes a glass-like
appearance) due to
A. wear of bond
B. breaking of abrasive grains
C. wear of abrasive grains
D. cracks on grinding wheel

36. Gears can be cut on a shaper.


A. Agree
B. Disagree

37. Gears can be cut on a shaper.


A. Agree
B. Disagree

38. An operation of embossing a diamond shaped pattern on the surface of a


workpiece, is known as
A. counter-boring
B. grooving
C. knurling
D. facing

39. An operation of enlarging the end of a hole cylindrically is known as grooving.


A. Correct
B. Incorrect
40. It is desired to perform the operations like drilling, reaming, counter-boring etc. on
a work piece. Which of the following machine will be used?
A. Sensitive drilling machine
B. Radial drilling machine
C. Gang drilling machine
D. Multiple spindle drilling machine

41. The lathe centres are provided with standard taper known as
A. Morse taper
B. Seller's taper
C. Chapman taper
D. Brown and Sharpe tape

42. The grooving is an operation of


A. bevelling the extreme end of a workpiece
B. embossing a diamond shaped pattern on the surface of a workpiece
C. reducing the diameter of a workpiece over a very narrow surface
D. enlarging the end of a hole cylindrically

43. Cutting fluids are used to


A. cool the tool
B. improve surface finish
C. cool the workpiece
D. all of these