Machine Shop Compilation

Tutorial & e-learning. October 7, 2011 by zhenia.

Machine Shop Compilation
AVC1 | English | 714x480 | MKV | 29.97 fps 916 kbps | MP3 128 kbps | 9.1 GB
Genre: eLearning

Fundamentals of Machine Lathe Operation
Rudy thoroughly covers the basics of facing, boring and turning on the lathe. Included are plans and directions for a project to practice your skills. He demonstrates on his 1933 9 South Bend lathe.

Advanced Aspects of Machine Lathe Operation
Rudy’s back with two hours worth of excellent advanced techniques for achieving a very high degree of accuracy while boring, turning, facing, threading, milling or grinding on your lathe. He also discusses and demonstrates the most important accessories you will use on your lathe. (2 hours)

Operating a Shaper
You may remember Rudy’s article in The Home Shop Machinist called “Old Iron.” This video shows you the various functions on his reconditioned shaper and how you can operate one yourself. (2 hours) [2004]

Using Layout Tools
Often, getting underway on a project — reading the drawings and doing the required markup on the metal — can be the most challenging part. Rudy discusses every layout tool from his vast collection and demonstrates its function. He also gives you a detailed look at mechanical drawings and how to interpret them. This tape is a must for every novice machinist. (1 hour, 30 minutes) [2000]

Welding with Ron Covell
Covell Welding and Metalworking DVD – TIG Welding Basics
* TIG Welding Basics
* Features close-up video
* Topic include
* Machine setup
* Joint preparation

Covers specifics of TIG Welding Basics in an easy-to-follow, step-by-step method, explained by Ron Covell, an expert welder and well-known car and bike builder.


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