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Movement of the handwheels ....................................................................................... 23 Aligning the head and tailstock..................................................................................... 24 Use of cutting oils and lubricants.................................................................................. 25 General machining terms .............................................................................................. 25 General rules for feed rates and cutting speeds ............................................................ 26 "If the tool chatters, decrease speed and increase feed." .......................................... 26 VERTICAL MILLING MACHINE OPERATION.......................................................... 28 CAUTION! ............................................................................................................... 28 Read all operating instructions carefully before attempting any machining operations!................................................................................................................. 28 Review Safety Rules for Power Tools before beginning.......................................... 28 GENERAL DESCRIPTION......................................................................................... 29 HELPFUL TIPS FOR MILLING ................................................................................. 30 SECURING THE WORKPIECE ................................................................................. 31 THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE YOU START CUTTING .................................. 32 THREE TYPES OF WORK ......................................................................................... 34 CAUTION! Because the tool spins on a mill, hot chips can be thrown much farther than when using a lathe. Safety glasses and proper clothing are a must for all milling operations. ................................................................................................................. 34 STANDARD MILLING VS. CLIMB MILLING ........................................................ 35 WORKING TO SCRIBED LAYOUT LINES ............................................................. 36 USE OF A DIAL INDICATOR ................................................................................... 36 LOCATING THE EDGE OF A PART IN RELATION TO THE SPINDLE.............. 40 DETERMINING DEPTH OF CUT.............................................................................. 41 WORK ACCURATELY .............................................................................................. 41 CUTTING SPEEDS FOR MILLING........................................................................... 41 SPEED ADJUSTMENT FORMULA....................................................................... 41 SPEED ADJUSTMENT CHART............................................................................. 42 END MILLS (Slot and side milling) ........................................................................ 42 DRILLS..................................................................................................................... 42 CUTTING TOOLS AND STANDARD ACCESSORIES........................................... 43 END MILLS ................................................................................................................. 43 RESHARPENING END MILLS.................................................................................. 43 3/8" END MILL HOLDER (P/N 3079)........................................................................ 44 MILL COLLET SET (P/N 3060) ................................................................................. 44 BORING HEAD (P/N 3054) AND BORING TOOLS ................................................ 44 FLYCUTTERS (P/N 3052 and P/N 7620) ................................................................... 46 DRILLS AND DRILL CHUCK (P/N 3072) ................................................................ 47 To drill a 1/8" diameter hole 1" deep:....................................................................... 48 MILL VISE SET (P/N 3551)........................................................................................ 49 4" ROTARY TABLE (P/N 3700)................................................................................. 50 HORIZONTAL MILLING CONVERSION (P/N 6100) ............................................. 51 USE OF ACCESSORIES AND ATTACHMENTS..................................................... 51 MILL EXPLODED VIEW PARTS DIAGRAM.......................................................... 52 PART NUMBERS AND DESCRIPTIONS, SHERLINE LATHES AND MILLS..... 54

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