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Parts are what the front office sells to customers, but chips are what we produce to make those parts.  In this session, Miles will challenge  you to reexamine your machining practice by learning to see and understand what the chips that you make are telling you about the process. Vocabulary of chip types, conditions and how to apply in your shop.

Recorded: May 3, 2022 at National Technical Conference in Milwaukee, WI.

Speaker: Miles Free III, PMPA

Description: Parts are what the front office sells to customers, but chips are what we produce to make those parts.  In this session, Miles will challenge  you to reexamine your machining practice by learning to see and understand what the chips that you make are telling you about the process. Vocabulary of chip types, conditions and how to apply in your shop.

Who would benefit: Setup, Machinists, Estimators, Engineers, Foremen, Leadmen, Operators

Experience track: Mastery

 

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Comments from attendees:

  • Best session of the entire conference!!
  • Very informative
  • Very well presented. I like the real-world samples given.
  • Great presentation, well presented by Miles!
  • Very informative for an inexperienced machinist. Miles was a great speaker and very knowledgeable
  • Great and very informative. Very well explained.
  • Great presentation with great speaker. Very informative session
  • Very good information
  • I will use this knowledge to be a better “detective” at my shop. Great course!
  • Great, informative presentation
  • Excellent sharing of fundamentals. Continue this!
  • Great power point show. Really help to break it down for us so we understand what we are seeing