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How do you call this manufacturing process?
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Turning
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>>1533367

the name is in the video moreen
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>>1533367
Latheing
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>>1533369
>>1533380
No, watch the whole webm.
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>>1533367
>>1533389
Failureing. Says it right in the video. Surprised it didn't destroy the tool completely.
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>>1533389
it's called hot spinning, hot rolling when you're doing it right.
that just looks like a head crash. "failcity" watermark
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>>1533367
Tool-making R&D.
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>>1533411
kek
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Apprenticing.
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>>1533367
Millwrong on the lathe
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That's how you become the Forged in Fire champion
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Friction weld
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>>1534621
No because, you'll notice, nothing was actually welded together.

The particular technical name for this specific process is "fuckup".
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>>1533367
Its called facing but only this time you're shitfaced
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>>1533935
Source on that pic?
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>>1533367
Jeff.
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Stress test
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>>1533367
sneeding
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>>1534976
tighten chuck, adjust to sneed's feedrate
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Seriously though, not OP, I've never worked with machinery - what caused this fuckup, lack of lubrication/cooling? Or maybe this shit just occasionally happens with faulty equipment / bad material and such?

WAS SOMEONE IN THE WRONG HERE???
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>>1533367
Fucking the turning process
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>>1535313
Speed was set too high. Cutter got hot, then got dull. Dull cutter stopped cutting and started rubbing, turning the motor's output power into heat. Eventually, things melted down to where the cutter head advanced enough to where the program said to stop. Operator was at fault for setting wrong parameters and not monitoring the situation. Flood cooling might have been able to prevent the overheating, but a deep cut at that angle and speed isn't ideal for it.
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thats a rotary forge
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>>1535324
Thanks. I assumed someone didn't squirt oil or whatever on the components causing too much friction. Is this an expensive mistake?
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>>1535324
Isn't it related to what happens before? It stops cutting spirals and starts doing strips instead.
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>>1535313
it's from crash test on youtube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmvjScTx3lI
they purposefully pushed the tools to the limit just to see whatever the fuck would happen
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>>1535339
This is one of those things like submerging a running car. You need to look. It could be you only need to dry everything out or you might have gotten water in the cylinder and really fucked the engine.

In this case it didn't stop spinning in an unusual way so I imagine the worst damage was avoided. The stepper motors that control the cutter could still be out of whack or the stock could have gotten so hot it welded to the lathe.

Judging by the housing for the lathe the shape it's in I imagine these guys make stupid mistakes a lot.
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>>1533367
>How do you call this manufacturing process?
friction forming
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>>1533367
Bearing cooking 101
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>>1535572
You want to read the fucking thread, chief?
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>>1536382
i aint got time for dat, nobody else said it, and it aint wrong, so go pound sand bobbielee
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

>>no (You) for you
>i aint got time for dat, nobody else said it, and it aint wrong, so go pound sand bobbielee

Translation: I don't care if I'm wrong or my answer fits the thread or not, I just want the (You)s
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>>1533367
JFMSU Process
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It's called "how to get fucking fired and destroy tools."
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>>1533367
Last day on the job.
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>>1533367
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>>1534599

It will keel.
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Controlled burn.
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>>1533394
I am more amazed that the part of the rod that got trimmed away before the rest started to melt stayed on axis. I was expecting the thing to get thrown out and really fuck shit up after the part closer to the chuck started to get real hot.



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