Machine Shop Floor

machine shop floor

    machine shop
  • Related terms: machine(s), equipment, solvent, cleaning, waste oil, grease, oil, petroleum, petroleum hydrocarbons, TPH, total petroleum hydrocarbons, diesel, gasoline, solvents, VOCs, volatile organic compounds, PCE, Tetrochloroethane, PERC, Perchloroethylene, TCE, trichloroethene,

  • workshop where metal is cut and shaped etc., by machine tools

  • Conventional machining, one of the most important material removal methods, is a collection of material-working processes in which power-driven machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, and drill presses, are used with a sharp cutting tool to mechanically cut the material to achieve the

  • A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity

  • the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"

  • shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"

  • The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk

  • All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story

  • a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"

machine shop floor - Porter-Cable 352VS

Porter-Cable 352VS 8 Amp 3-Inch-by-21-Inch Variable-Speed Belt Sander with Cloth Dust Bag

Porter-Cable 352VS 8 Amp 3-Inch-by-21-Inch Variable-Speed Belt Sander with Cloth Dust Bag

Porter-Cable's 3-by-21-inch belt sander features an all-metal housing that gives the tool a solid feel, makes it tough to damage, and lets you sand effectively without having to press down. This sander also does a great job of keeping belts centered, a terrific bonus because there's nothing more frustrating that having to constantly re-center a belt. According to Porter-Cable, the all-metal housing accounts for the centered placement of the belts. The sander remains rigid, even during heavy use, and the metal helps dissipate heat, keeping the belt relatively cool and in place.
This sander also has a variable-speed dial that lets you match the speed of the belt with the application, so you can speed up for aggressive removal or dial down for more precision. We really like the 360-degree adjustable top dust nozzle--a feature you won't find on many belt sanders--because it lets you pivot the dust bag (or hose if you're hooked up to a dust vac), a huge convenience when sanding in corners or along edges. And, lastly, this is a quiet sander, thanks both to Porter-Cable's newly designed gear system, which meshes more accurately, and to the sander's serpentine drive belt, which makes considerably less noise than a more common cog system. For a belt sander, this tool is surprisingly easy on the ears, and that's a very good thing. --Jon Groebner

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The Mold Loft

The Mold Loft

On the floor in a building the size of a football field, the ship's blueprints are used to create wooden templates. These wooden templates are then used as patterns for each of the steel plates used in the ship’s construction. Each steel plate is marked and numbered to correspond to its numbered position in the construction plan. Once each plate is completed, holes are drilled for the rivets. The accuracy and precise shape of each plate demands both skill and attention. Any error in the plate’s measurement could prove costly and difficult to correct during construction.

Curtiss Museum: model machine shop (J. Jonah Jameson)

Curtiss Museum: model machine shop (J. Jonah Jameson)

There was a scale model of a machine shop, with actual spinning engines and lathes. Somewhat disturbingly, it was staffed by GI Joe action figures.

However, unless I miss my guess, this is J. Jonah Jameson, looking distressingly buff, bossing someone around on the shop floor.

machine shop floor

machine shop floor

SHOP FOX M1006 10-Inch by 54-Inch Vertical Mill with Digital Readout

The SHOP FOX Vertical Mill M1006 is a machine with the capability to complete the hardest jobs with extreme precision and repeatability. The heavy-duty M1006 has all the features necessary for an industrial shop: a powerful 3 HP, 3-phase motor with variable speeds from 80 to 4250 RPM, a 10in. x 54in. table, longitudinal power feed and a 3-axis digital readout. HP: 3, Volts: 220 (3 phase), Speed (RPM): 70 - 4,200, Speeds (qty.): Variable, 360deg Head Swivel: No, Draw Bar: Yes, Chuck Size (in.): R - 8, Worktable L x W (in.): 10 x 54, Light Included: No, Stand Included: No, Dimensions L x W x H (in.): 75 1/2 x 72 1/2 x 86

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