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Chapter 5.3, Problem 2RQ
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A lathe cross slide uses a diameter-reading micrometer collar. If the cross slide is advanced by 0.150". what depth of cut would result?

To determine

The depth of cut.

Explanation of Solution

The depth of cut will be half of the cross slide advanced value, if it uses a diameter of micro meter reading.

Calculate the reduced diameter.

Δd=12×x (I)

Here, the depth of cut is Δd and the value of cross slide advance is x.

Conclusion:

Substitute 0

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