Figure 7-61.--Milling a square on work held vertically.
We have already discussed the methods that you
will usually use to mount the work. Regardless of
the workholding method, you must align the index
spindle in either the vertical or the horizontal plane.
If you machine work between centers, you must
also align the footstock center. If you use a
screw-on chuck, consider the cutter rotary thrust
applied to the work. Always cut on the side of the
work that will tend to tighten the chuck on the index
head spindle. When you mount work between
centers, a dog rotates the work. The drive plate,
Figure 7-62.--Milling a square on work held horizontally.