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What is meant by drilling operation?

What is meant by drilling operation?

Drilling is a cutting process that uses a drill bit to cut a hole of circular cross-section in solid materials. This forces the cutting edge against the work-piece, cutting off chips (swarf) from the hole as it is drilled.

What are the different types of drilling operations?

Types of Drilling Operations Performed in Drilling Machine

  • Drilling:
  • Boring:
  • Spot Facing:
  • Tapping:
  • Counterboring:
  • Reaming:
  • Countersinking:

What is drilling in manufacturing process?

Drilling is the manufacturing process where a round hole is created within a work piece or enlarged by rotating an end cutting tool, a drill. Some of the most commonly used drilling machines are: drill press, milling machines, and lathes.

What is drilling operation in lathe machine?

Drilling is the operation of producing a cylindrical hole in a workpiece. It is done by a rotating tool, the rotating side of the cutter, known as a drilling drill. In this operation, The workpiece is revolving in a chuck or a faceplate and the drill is held in the tailstock drill holder or drill chuck.

What is drilling and its types?

 Drilling is a cutting process that uses a drill bit to cut or enlarge a hole of circular cross-section in solid material.  There are four main methods for drilling rocks :percussion drilling, churn drilling, diamond drilling and rotary drilling.

What are drilling tools?

Drilling tools are end-cutting tools designed for producing holes in a workpiece. Some subcategories of drilling tools include twist drills, straight flute drills, crankshaft drills, extension drills, step drills, oil hole drills, three- and four-fluted drills, and combination drill-and-countersink.

How are drilling machines classified?

The are: 1. Portable Drilling Machine 2. Sensitive Drilling Machine 3. Upright or Column Drilling Machine 4.

What is difference between drilling and boring?

Drilling is the primary process used to create the hole, while boring is a secondary process that can enlarge or finish a preexisting hole. As the size of the initial hole is entirely dependent on the drill bit, boring can be a vital step in creating a hole closer to required tolerances.

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