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Synonyms for machine

Synonyms for machine

any mechanical or electrical device that transmits or modifies energy to perform or assist in the performance of human tasks

an intricate organization that accomplishes its goals efficiently

a device for overcoming resistance at one point by applying force at some other point

a group that controls the activities of a political party

a motor vehicle with four wheels

turn, shape, mold, or otherwise finish by machinery

make by machinery

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However, machinability tests (milling), were carried out in a vertical machining center CNC ROMI D 600 with insert SPHX1205 KY3500 and rotations of 5500 and 6366 rpm, to detect the useful life of the tool.
14] PLATIT, Comparison of Machinability of Different Workpiece Materials, [cit.
Cutting Tool Forces: The machinability test articles recommended by the American Foundry Society were used for facing cuts on a computer numeric control (CNC) lathe: These test articles were produced in a laboratory using nobake molds and in industrial metalcasting facilities using green sand molds.
Accompanying phenomena in the cutting zone machinability during turning of stainless steels.
Previous investigations by Tomac and Tonnessen [1] on the machinability of the MMCs with respect to tool wear has revealed that the cutting speed while machining Al-alumina MMCs with polycrystalline diamond (PCD) and coated tungsten carbide tools reduces the tool life due to excessive flank wear.
Machinability is especially important for woodturners, as soft, cracked wood creates a poor finished surface.
Northfield, IL) has patented an enzymatically treated pasta dough having superior workability and machinability prepared by treating pasta dough with an enzyme system consisting essentially of one or more pentosanase enzymes which are essentially free of both proteolytic and amylase activities.
They also want to develop molecular-based mechanisms and models that explain the functional performances involved in the machinability of cheese.
Improved machinability stainless steel hollow bar is now well established in the UK for producing machined components.
In addition, titanium extrusions offer elevated temperature performance, weldability, and machinability.
Project 7000 is vacuum melted, chemically balanced, and processed to optimize its machinability in the solution-annealed as well as age-hardened conditions.
The Zeleny test would pass from 20 to 25 millilitres, with a machinability test required between 25 and 30 millilitres.
Project 7000 l5Cr-5Ni stainless steel provides superior machinability and meets all requirements of Aerospace Material Specification AMS 5659 covering bars, wire, forgings, rings and extrusions.
The developments include advances in chemical and heat resistance, rebound speed and machinability of materials.
They also found that the microstructure in which the graphite is embedded influences the machinability.