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close this bookOperations on Smooth Miller and Thicknessing Miller - Course: Mechanical woodworking techniques. Trainees' handbook of lessons (Institut für Berufliche Entwicklung, 10 p.)
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View the document1. Purpose of Milling at the Smooth Miller
View the document2. Construction of the Smooth Miller
View the document3. Setting of the Smooth Miller
View the document4. Milling of the Workpieces
View the document5. Purpose of Milling on the Thicknessing Miller
View the document6. Construction of the Thicknessing Miller
View the document7. Setting of the Thicknessing Miller
View the document8. Milling of the Workpieces
View the document9. Tasks

4. Milling of the Workpieces

The workpieces are to be placed at hand. The workpiece is to put on the feeding table and to push with both hands and under pressure to the unloading table. During pushing the pressure is to shift to the unloading table step by step.

Longer workpieces are to put on with their hollow broad face. First mill both ends until you get a plane surface. Do not put too much pressure on it in order to prevent deflection.


Figure 4 - Milling of high broad faces

1 workpiece, 2 milled ends of the workpiece, 3 small pressure

Short workpieces are slided by a feeding device.


Figure 5 - Milling with feeding device

1 workpiece, 2 feeding device