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Discussion Forum : Production Engineering - Section 2 (Q.No. 5)
5.
The lathe spindles are usually made hollow and provided with
internal taper
external taper
internal and external taper
no taper
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Sachin sharma said:   5 years ago
The spindle is hollow and has an internal Morse taper at the nose end, which makes possible the use of taper shank drills or drill chucks. This internal taper is also used to hold live centers, drive centers, or collet assemblies. The outside of the spindle nose can have either a threaded, a long taper with key drive, or a camlock.

Rahul prajapati said:   5 years ago
Spindle nose on a lathe headstock. The small female taper is a Morse taper to take a lathe centre or a tool such as a twist drill.
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Prof.umesh/tatva said:   6 years ago
The lathe spindles having external screw threads and Internal Taper.

Vinay said:   4 years ago
The lathe spindles having external screw threads and Internal Taper.
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Sunil H. sarjal said:   10 years ago
Lethe spindle - external taper.

Lethe nose - internal taper.

Jagadeesh said:   6 years ago
The external taper is the correct option.
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Umesh said:   6 years ago
A) Internal taper is the right answer.

Vinod said:   8 years ago
Lathe spindle-external taper.

Rupesh farkade said:   6 years ago
External taper is correct.

Rajashekar said:   6 years ago
External taper is correct.


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