Chips slide on face of single point cutting tool - Manufacturing Processes - 2

Q.  The surface of the single point cutting tool on which the chips formed in cutting operation slide is called as
- Published on 04 Aug 15

a. flank
b. heel
c. face
d. shank

ANSWER: face
 

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  • Pankaj Chaugule   -Posted on 19 Nov 15
    - The surface of the single point cutting tool on which the chips formed in cutting operation slide is called as face.

    - There are various tool elements such as shank, flank, heel, nose, neck, cutting edge etc.

    - The main body of the tool on which the cutting tool is formed at its one end.

    - Flank is a surface below and adjacent to the cutting edge.

    - The crossing of the flank and base of the tool is called as heel.

    - The side cutting edge and end cutting edge intersect at the point called as nose.

    - Neck is a portion which is reduced in section to form necessary cutting edges and angles.

    - Cutting edge removes the material from the workpiece.

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