• Department of Robotics and Automation

Machining Practices laboratory

Machining Practices laboratory

This practical course aims to provide the students with practical knowledge in basic machining processes that could be performed in   Engine lathe, Capstan lathe and Turret lathe. The practical classes provide opportunity for students to visualize essential components of these machines. Students understand the method of operating the machines safely. In this practical course CNC programming and operations are introduced to the students. At the end of the semester, student will be capable of demonstrating the various basic operations such as Facing, Step turning, Drilling, tapping, Grooving, Chamfering and Knurling, External thread cutting, Step turning, counter boring, Eccentric turning, Taper turning, smooth contour machining and Dismantling and assembly of tailstock.