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== Acer 1440G Lathe ==
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{{Equipment
It's provided here to assist in using a common format for documenting equipment in the i3 Detroit wiki.
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| Name = Acer 1440G Lathe
===Ownership===
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| Intro = A paragraph describing it.
75% Nate B, 10% Trevor, 15% Brad (??)
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| Owner = 90% [[user:Nbezanson|Nate B]], 4% Trevor C, 4% Brian W, 2% Aaron D
===Documentation===
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| StorageLocation = Machine shop.
(Add a link to the documentation online, or a PDF file using a File link)
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| MakeModel = Acer 1440G Lathe
===Certification===
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| PartNumber =  
(Undefined - or "None Required" or include information about what certification is required before operating this machine)
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| Documents = Link(s) to on-line documentation
===What It Looks Like===
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| LooksLike = [[File:AcerLathe.jpg|200px]]
As an example:
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| Rules =
[[File:AcerLathe.jpg|200px]]
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| Instructions =
===Operation Instructions===
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== [[Rear side cutoff tool holder]] ==
Include basic operations for the machine. It's unlikely that you can include all the different ways to use it (and not to use it), so maybe just include info about basic features and switches with pics.
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*Lowest RPM.
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*Slow hand-feed with coolant.
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*Minimum tool extension.
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*All bolts tightened.
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| MaintenanceInfo = Check the oil levels before using.
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| ToDos =
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| FAQs =
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}}
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[[Category:Machine Shop]]

Latest revision as of 12:55, 30 October 2012



Acer 1440G Lathe

A paragraph describing it.

Basic Info

  • Ownership: 90% Nate B, 4% Trevor C, 4% Brian W, 2% Aaron D
  • Location: Machine shop.
  • What it looks like:

AcerLathe.jpg

Manufacturer Information

  • Make/Model: Acer 1440G Lathe
  • Part Number:

Documentation

not specified

Rules

Instructions

Rear side cutoff tool holder

  • Lowest RPM.
  • Slow hand-feed with coolant.
  • Minimum tool extension.
  • All bolts tightened.

Other References

not specified

Maintenance

Check the oil levels before using.

Things that Need to be Done

FAQs