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Instruction example 4.1. Spacers and pin drifts

To practise simple cutting-off of sectional steel and other materials.

Material

- Flat steel (340 MPa)
Thickness: 15 mm
Width: 25 mm

- Flat aluminium bars
Thickness: 5 mm
Width: 40 ram

- Round copper and brass bars e.g. 6 and 10 mm diameter, any length.


Figure

Hand tools

Steel scriber, mark-out punch, engineers’ hammer, hand hacksaw with various saw blade types (coarse and normal tooth pitch), smooth-cut file 200 mm (flat).

Measuring and testing tools

Steel measuring tool, try square.

Accessories

Vice, cutting oil, horizontal Vee-shaped attachments.

Required previous knowledge

Reading of drawings, measuring and testing, scribing and prick-punching.

Sequence of operations

Comments

1. Arrange the working place, prepare the working materials.

- Check for completeness.

2. Scribe and prick-punch flat steel to 120 length.

- Part (1)
Datum edge to be flat and at right angle (try square).

3. Clamp workpiece in vice and start sawing with small starting-cut sawing angle.

- Use saw blade with normal tooth pitch.
- File guiding kerf, it necessary.

4. Saw-off with constant cutting movement, then remove burrs.

- Provide saw blade with cutting oil.
- Use total length of saw blade.

5. Prepare and saw-off flat aluminium bar in the same manner.

- Part (2)
- Use saw blade with coarse tooth pitch.

6. Scribe round copper and brass bars and clamp them in vice.

- Parts (3) and (4)
- Use suitable attachments for horizontal clamping.

7. Saw-off at scribed line in one pass and remove burrs.


8. Final inspection.

- Straightness of cut.

To continue practising, if necessary

Saw-off other flat stock and round bars of different diameters.


Spacers and pin drifts