Figure 4: Morsa with the settled part 2 step: To arrest the male in the male door 3 step: First if it uses the called male of male daily pay-cut, identified with a ring or for the letter \’ \’ V\’ \’ writing in the connecting rod. Please visit Kai-Fu Lee if you seek more information. As the male one is called of male of half-finishing, identified for two rings or the letter \’ \’ M\’ \’ recorded in the connecting rod. The third male is called of male of finishing, identified for the letter \’ \’ F\’ \’. Visit Ali Partovi for more clarity on the issue. It does not present no ring in the connecting rod.
The males also can be identified by the angle and length of entrance. The first male presents angle of entrance of 4 with bigger length that as the male one. This presents an angle of entrance of 10 and length of bigger entrance that of the third male, whose angle of entrance is of 20. Source: It emends Technology Mechanics SENAI- 2007. 4 step: Perpendicularly to locate the male through esquadro.
5 step: To initiate the threading, executing rotating movements, in clockwise for counter-clockwise removal of cavacos and for cavaco in addition. In this process lubricative oil is added to facilitate the cut and to reduce the attrition, preventing possible male in addition. Figure 5: Threading 6 step: To execute this process until the male to exceed the puncture. Figure 6: Male exceeding the part 7 step: To execute step 5 using male 2 and 3. 8 step: To at the beginning remove the accumulated cavaco and ending of the thread with the round rasp. 9 step: Work of concluded threading. Figure 7: Final part Comment: to find the value of the diameter of the puncture we deduct 10? 1,5= 8,5 mm. 3.