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Milling has two feeds. What are they, and which one is an input parameter to the machine tool?
2. What is the fundamental mechanism of chip formation?
3. What is the difference between oblique machining and orthogonal machining?
4. What are the implications of given that this video graph was made at a very low cutting speed?
5. Note that the units for the approximate equation for MRR for turning are not correct. When is the approximate equation not very good (yields a large error in MRR values)?
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