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   - Always clean the drill press table and work area upon completion of the drilling task. Do not use your hands or blow the drill shavings, use a chip brush.   - Always clean the drill press table and work area upon completion of the drilling task. Do not use your hands or blow the drill shavings, use a chip brush.
   - When drilling into metal use cutting oil and apply moderate downward pressure. If you generate excessive smoke from the cutting oil you are either applying too much pressure or your bit is dull. Rags or chip brushes saturated with cutting oil should be disposed of in a fire can or outside in the dumpster. Never place oil saturated material in the interior garbage cans within the space!   - When drilling into metal use cutting oil and apply moderate downward pressure. If you generate excessive smoke from the cutting oil you are either applying too much pressure or your bit is dull. Rags or chip brushes saturated with cutting oil should be disposed of in a fire can or outside in the dumpster. Never place oil saturated material in the interior garbage cans within the space!
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 +===== Speeds =====
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 +RPMs can be determined easily by using this {{:​tool:​cutting-speed-nomogram.png?​linkonly|cutting speed nomogram}}, just substitute the drill size for the workpiece diameter. The {{:​tool:​lathe-cutting-speed.png?​linkonly|original cutting speed nomogram}} came from Ian at the BCSME.
  
tool/drill_press.txt · Last modified: 2016/04/24 07:32 by rsim