PLANERS AND SHAPERS MACHINE MCQS
- Chips are broken effectively due to following property
- A burr is
- Cutting force and power involved in a machine tool can be measured by using
- An important parameter of specification of milling machine is
- Amilling machine in which the table can be swivelled and set at any angle to the column face is called a
- The cutting tool in a milling machine is mounted on
- The chip space between the back of one tooth and ce of the next tooth in a milling cutter is called the
- The operation of milling two sides of a workpiece simultaneously is called
- In order to avoid dulling of cutter, climb milling operation should never be used when milling parts made of
- 5Standard milling arbor size is
- Milling machine is classified as horizontal or vertical type, depending on the position of
- Burnishing is an operation of
- To obtain fine finish cuts in milling
- The arbor of the milling machine is used to hold
- Very thin chips with end mills
- Plain milling cutters should be
- Plain milling cutters, if used to mill steps or grooves, would cause
- Stagger tooth milling cutters in comparison to straight tooth side mills
- Auniversal dividing head is used to perform a milling operation by
- Standard taper generally used on milling machine spindles is
- For sharpening milling cutters, the width of the land can be reduced by grinding
- Dovetail milling cutter falls under the category of
- A perfect square on the end of a round shaft can be milled by mounting it on
- In helical milling, the ratio of the circumference of the gear blank to the lead of the helix gives the
- The accurate spacing of teeth in a gear blank requires the use of
- Helical gears can be cut on following type of milling machine
- Feed rate in milling operation is expressed as
- Milling cutters are mounted on a part called the
- The angle between the face of the blade and a line passing through the nose parallel to the milling cutter axis is called
- Negative rake is usually provided on
(d) work hardening of work material
work hardening of work material
(a) short piece of hardened chip
(b) burnt sand
(c) rough surface on welded joint adhering to casting
(d) sharp edge remaining on metal after cutting, stamping or machining
(e) built up edge on a cutting tool.
sharp edge remaining on metal after cutting, stamping or machining
(a) spindle size
(b) size of table
(c) horse power
(d) arbor size
(e) table movements.
(a) plain knee-and-column type milling machine milling
(b) universal knee-and-column type machine
(c) bed-type milling machine
(d) drum-type milling machine
(e) planer-type milling machine.
universal knee-and-column type machine
(b) tool holder
(d) radiused edge
(e) tooth space.
(a) climb milling
(b) gang milling
(c) straddle milling
(d) square milling
(e) end milling.
(a) cast iron
(c) non-ferrous materials
(d) mild steels
(e) stainless steel.
(a) 27 mm
(b) 25.4 mm
(c) 31.75 mm
(d) 32 mm
(e) all of above.
all of above.
(c) work table or bed
(d) milling cutter
(a) deep boring
(b) heat treatment
(c) surface treatment
(d) gear finishing
(e) producing gears.
(a) the cutting speed should be decreased and the feed increased
(b) the cutting speed should be increased and the feed decreased
(c) both the cutting speed and feed should be decreased
(d) both the cutting speed and feed should be increased
(e) there is no such criterion.
the cutting speed should be increased and the feed decreased
(a) cutting tool
(c) over arm
(a) dull the cutting edge quickly
(b) improve tool life
(c) sharpen the cutting edge
(d) cause chipping of the cutting edge
(e) cause tool breakage.
dull the cutting edge quickly
(a) smaller than the width of the flat surface to be machined
(b) wider than the flat surface to be machined
(c) equal to width of flat surface to be machined
(d) there is no such criterion
(e) none of the above.
wider than the flat surface to be machined
(a) very good surface finish
(b) extreme rubbing
(c) dulling of the surface
(d) excessive power consumption
(e) correcting of centring.
(a) permit smoother cutting action
(b) have alternate helical teeth
(c) have more chip clearance
(d) permit deeper cuts
(e) all of the above.
all of the above.
(a) plain indexing
(b) direct indexing
(c) differential indexing
(d) compound indexing
(e) complex indexing.
(b) Brown and Sharpe
Brown and Sharpe
(a) primary clearance angle
(b) secondary clearance angle
(c) rake angle
(d) suitable nose radius
(e) back face.
(a) a plain milling cutter
(b) a side milling cutter
(c) an end milling cutter
(d) a shaping tool
(e) fly cutter.
an end milling cutter
(a) a differential
(b) a compound rest
(c) an index plate
(d) a dividing head
(e) universal table.
a dividing head
(a) angle setting of the machine table
(b) proper speed to use
(c) proper feed and depth of cut required
(d) noof teeth to be cut
(e) gear ratio for table screw and dividing head.
angle setting of the machine table
(a) a dividing head
(b) an index plate
(c) a gear tooth vernier
(d) a differential mechanism
(e) universal table.
a dividing head
(e) multi spindle.
(b) mm/r.p.mof the milling cutter
(d) revolution per minute
(a) bracket or brace
(d) dividing head
(a) axial rake
(b) radial rake
(c) relief angle
(d) clearance angle
(e) lip angle.
(a) high carbon steel tools
(c) cemented carbide tools
(d) none of the above
(e) all of the above
cemented carbide tools
“planer machine”,”thickness planer machine”