# Cutting tool used on milling and breaching machine is

1.  Single point

2.  Two point

3.  Three point

4.  Multi point

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Multi point

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# A single point tool has

1.  Lip angle

2.  Rake angle

3.  Cutting angle

4.   All of these

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All of these

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# Lip angle of a single point tool is generally in the range

1.  200 to 400

2.  400 to 500

3.  500 to 600

4.  600 to 800

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600 to 800

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# In a single point tool the angle by which the face of the tool is inclined towards back is called

1.  Side rake angle

2.  Back rake angle

3.  End relief angle

4.  Side relief angle

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Back rake angle

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# In a single point tool the angle by which the face of the tool is inclined sideways, is called

1.  Side rake angle

2.  Back rake angle

3.  End relief angle

4.  Side relief angle

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Side rake angle

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# Angle provided in a single point tool to control chip flow is

1.  Side rake angle

2.  Back rake angle

3.  End relief angle

4.  Side relief angle

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Side rake angle

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# To prevent tool from rubbing the work, angle provided on tool is

1.  Lip angle

2.  Rake angle

3.  Clearance angle

4.   Relief angle

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Relief angle

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# Relief angles on high speed tools generally in the range

1.  00 to 50

2.  50 to 100

3.  100 to 200

4.  200 to 300

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200 to 300

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# In a single point tool, the angle between the surface of the flank immediately below the point and a flag at right angles to the centre line of the point of tool, is called

1.  Side relief angle

2.  End relief angle

3.  Side rake angle

4.  Back rake angle

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Side relief angle

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# Velocity of tool relative to work piece is called

1.  Cutting velocity

2.  Chip velocity

3.  Shear velocity

4.  Average velocity

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Cutting velocity

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