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Heating above transformation range, usually 1300˚F to

1350˚F, and cooling slowly to soften the metal and


increase in machining.

A. Annealing
B. Hardening
C. Normalizing
D. Tempering
Heating above the transformation temperature and
quenching usually in oil, for the purpose of increasing
the hardness.

A. Annealing
B. Hardening
C. Normalizing
D. Tempering
Reheating to a temperature below the transformation
range, followed by any desired rate of cooling to attain
the desired properties of the metal.

A. Annealing
B. Hardening
C. Tempering
D. Stress Relieving
Heating to a subcritical temperature, about 1100˚F to
1300˚F and holding at that temperature for a suitable
time for the purpose of reducing internal residual
stresses.

A. Annealing
B. Hardening
C. Tempering
D. Stress Relieving
Heating to some 100˚F above the transformation range
with subsequent cooling to below that range in still air
at room temperature to produce uniform structure of
the metal.

A. Annealing
B. Hardening
C. Normalizing
D. Tempering
A machine tool used for producing holes in metal by the
use of a cutting tool called drill.

A. Drilling machine
B. Boring Machine
C. Milling Machine
D. Broaching machine
A machine tool used to form metal parts by removing
metal from a workpiece by the use of a revolving cutter
with many teeth each tooth having a cutting edge which
removes its share of the stock.

A. Drilling machine
B. Boring Machine
C. Milling Machine
D. Broaching machine
A machine tool used to sharpen or shape tools by using
an abrasive wheel.

A. tool grinder
B. shaper
C. planer
D. power saw
A machine tools used to enlarge a hole by means of an
adjustable cutting tool with only one cutting edge.

A. drilling machine
B. boring machine
C. milling machine
D. broaching machine
A machine tool used to cut metal parts of light, medium,
and large sections using a reciprocating hacksaw blade.

A. tool grinder
B. shaper
C. planer
D. power saw
A machine tool used to machine flat or plane surface
with a single point cutting tool.

A. tool grinder
B. shaper
C. planer
D. power saw
A machine tool used for production of flat surfaces or
pieces too large or too heavy to hold in a shaper.

A. tool grinder
B. shaper
C. planer
D. power saw
A machine tool used to finish internal or external
surfaces, such as holes or keyways by the use of cutter
called a broach, which has a series of cutting edges or
teeth.

A. drilling machine
B. boring machine
C. milling machine
D. broaching machine
An alloy of copper and tin.

A. brass
B. bronze
C. iron
D. tin
An alloy of copper and zinc.

A. brass
B. bronze
C. iron
D. tin
The process of forming metal parts by the use of dies
after the metal is heated to its plastic range.

A. rolling
B. forging
C. turning
D. casting
The process of forming a metal parts by the use of a
powerful pressure from a hammer or press to obtain the
desired shape, after the metal has been heated to its
plastic range.

A. rolling
B. forging
C. turning
D. casting
A manganese steel containing approximately 0.20%
carbon.

A. SAE 1320
B. SAE 1230
C. SAE 2340
D. SAE 4230
A machine tool in which metal is removed by means of a
revolving cutter with many teeth, each tooth having a
cutting edge which remove its share of the stock.

A. milling machine
B. broaching machine
C. lathe machine
D. boring machine
A metal turning machine tool in which the work, while
revolving on a horizontal axis, is acted upon by cutting
tool which is made to move slowly (feed) in a direction
more or less parallel to the axis of the work
(longitudinal feed).

A. milling machine
B. broaching machine
C. lathe machine
D. boring machine
A machine tool used in the production of flat surfaces
on pieces too large or too heavy or, perhaps too
awkward to hold in a shaper.

A. shaper
B. planer
C. tool grinder
D. power saw
Its consist of shaping a piece by bringing it into contact
with a rotating abrasive wheel.

A. drilling
B. boring
C. grinding
D. broaching
A tool used it measuring diameters.

A. caliper
B. nanometer
C. tachometer
D. pyrometer
Used to true and align machine tools, fixtures, and
works, to test and inspect size trueness of finished
works, and to compare measurements either heights or
depths or many other measurements.

A. dial gauge
B. dial indicator
C. tachometer
D. speedometer
The ability of metal to be deformed considerable
without rupture.

A. ductility
B. plasticity
C. malleability
D. elasticity
The shop term used to include the marking or inscribing
of center points, circles, arcs, or straight lines upon
metal surfaces, either curved or flat, for guidance of the
worker.

A. shaping
B. hobbing
C. laying out
D. shaping
An operation of sizing and finishing a hole by means of a
cutting tool having several cutting edges.

A. notching
B. piercing
C. turning
D. reaming
The operation of making a cone-shaped enlargement of
the end of a hole, as for a recess for a flat head screw.

A. countersinking
B. knurling
C. squaring
D. perforating
The operation of enlarging a hole by means of an
adjustable cutting tool with one cutting edge.

A. drilling
B. broaching
C. milling
D. boring
An imaginary circle passing through the points at which
the teeth of the meshing gears contact each other.

A. pitch circle
B. addendum circle
C. dedendum circle
D. base circle
A type of bolt intended for use in bolting wooden parts
together or wood to metal. it has a short portion of
shank just underneath a round head, which is designed
to keep the bolt from turning in the wood when the nut
is tightened.

A. u-bolt
B. carriage bolt
C. eye bolt
D. stud bolt
The number of teeth per inch of pitch diameter and
which gives some indications of the gear teeth.

A. module
B. pitch circle
C. diametral pitch
D. circular pitch
The distance from the center of one tooth of a gear to
the center of the next consecutive tooth measured on
the pitch.

A. circular pitch
B. module
C. diametral pitch
D. pitch circle
The portion of the gear tooth that projects above or
outside the pitch circle.

A. top relief
B. dedendum
C. addendum
D. tooth space
The portion of the gear tooth space that is cut below the
pitch circle and is equal to the addendum plus the
clearance.

A. top root
B. dedendum
C. addendum
D. top land
When meshed with a gear, it is used to change rotary
motion to reciprocating motion.

A. gear shaft
B. gear tooth
C. gear rack
D. gear motor
A kind of gears used for heavy duty works where a large
ratio of speed is required and are extensively used in
speed reducers.

A. bevel gears
B. worm gears
C. helical gears
D. spiral gears
A kind of gears used to transmit motion from one shaft
to another shaft at an angle to the first.

A. bevel gears
B. worm gears
C. helical gears
D. spiral gears
The uniform heating of steel above the usual hardening
temperatures, followed by cooling freely in air.

A. annealing
B. normalizing
C. hardening
D. tempering
The operation of cooling a heated piece of work rapidly
by dipping it in water, brine or oil.

A. quenching
B. tempering
C. normalizing
D. annealing
A method used in softening a piece of metal that is too
hard to machine and is done by heating steel slowly
above the usual hardening temperature, keeping it at
the heat for ½ to 2 hours, then cooling slowly, preferably
in a furnace.

A. broaching
B. quenching
C. normalizing
D. annealing
The total permissible variation in the size of a
dimension; the difference between the limits of size.

A. allowance
B. tolerance
C. variance
D. interface
The operation of machining the end of a workpiece
make the end square with the axis.

A. squaring
B. buffing
C. lapping
D. honing
The clearance between the tooth profiles of a gear
tooth.

A. tooth space
B. backlash
C. flank
D. width
A mechanism which usually do the indexing in a
machine tool.

A. slotter
B. chuck
C. dividing head
D. indexer
A material that can wear away a substance softer than
itself.

A. phenol
B. abrasive
C. tungsten
D. chromium
A cylindrical bar of steel with threads formed around it
and grooves or flutes running lengthwise in it,
intersecting with the threads to form cutting edges. It is
used to cut internal threads.

A. grooves
B. lap
C. tap
D. flute
A set of gages consisting of thin strips of metal of
various thickness mounted in a steel case or holder and
is widely used for measuring and checking clearances.

A. feeler gage
B. depth gage
C. line center gage
D. lay out gage
A machine tool which is very similar to a shaper except
that the ram reciprocates vertically rather than
horizontally.

A. lathe
B. grinder
C. planer
D. slotter
A machine tool used principally to machine flat or plane
surfaces with single-point cutting tool.

A. grinder
B. shaper
C. planer
D. turret lathe
A kind of bolts which has no head and instead has
threads on both ends.

A. stud bolts
B. acme threaded bolts
C. square threaded bolts
D. hex bolts
A kind of chuck which has reversible jaws which could
be adjusted separately.

A. collet chuck
B. independent chuck
C. four jaw chuck
D. two jaw chuck
A tool which when pressed into a finished hole in a
piece of work, provides centers on which the piece may
be turned or otherwise machined.

A. mash
B. butt
C. mandrel
D. wobble
A kind of chuck which should not be used where
extreme accuracy is required.

A. collet chuck
B. magnetic chuck
C. four jaw chuck
D. universal chuck
The process of checking or producing checkers on the
surface of a piece by rolling checkered depressions into
the surface.

A. knurling
B. hemming
C. breading
D. embossing
It fits into the main spindle of a lathe and is so called
because it acts as a bearing surface on which the work
rests. It revolves with the work. When compared with
the hardness of the dead center in the tailstock, it is
usually soft, and is so made since it does no work.

A. ram center
B. spindle center
C. live center
D. bearing center
A gripping device with two or more adjustable jaws set
radially.

A. chuck
B. carriage
C. tailstock
D. fan
Steel balls for ball bearing are manufactured by:

A. turning
B. rolling
C. casting
D. cold heading
Addendum of a cycloidal gear tooth is:

A. cycloid
B. epicycloids
C. straight rack
D. involute
In a lathe, it comprises the main spindle, the necessary
mechanism for obtaining the various spindle speed and
also certain gears which are used to operate the quick
change gear mechanism.

A. headstock
B. carriage
C. tailstock
D. fan
The process of heating a piece of steel to a temperature
within or above critical range and cooling rapidly.

A. normalizing
B. hardening
C. annealing
D. tempering
Welding operation in which a non-ferrous filler metal
melts at a temperature below that of the metal joined
but is heated above 450˚C.

A. gas welding
B. spot welding
C. brazing
D. steam welding
Uniting two pieces of metal by means of a different
metal which is applied between the two in molten state.

A. casting
B. welding
C. soldering
D. brazing
Fusion process in which the metal is heated into a state
of fusion permitting it to flow together into a solid joint.

A. electric arc welding


B. gas welding
C. spot welding
D. projection welding
Joining metal by means of high current at low voltage.
During the passage of current, pressure by the
electrodes produces a forge weld.

A. spot welding
B. resistance welding
C. steam welding
D. gas welding
A device for accurately measuring diameters.

A. radiometer
B. profilometer
C. spectrometer
D. micrometer
A group of thin steel strips for measuring clearances.

A. distortion gage
B. feeler gage
C. line center gage
D. deflection gage
A hand tool used to measure engine crank web
deflections.

A. distortion gage
B. feeler gage
C. line center gage
D. deflection gage
A hand tool used to measure tension on bolts.

A. indexer
B. torch wrench
C. torsionmetrer
D. tensiometer
The permissible variation in the size of a dimension; the
difference between the limits of size.

A. allowance
B. variance
C. clearance
D. tolerance
A gear with teeth on the outer cylindrical surface.

A. outer gear
B. external gear
C. spiral gear
D. helical gear
The diameter of a circle coinciding with the top of the
teeth of an internal gear.

A. pitch diameter
B. root diameter
C. internal diameter
D. central diameter
A circle coinciding with a tangent to the bottom of the
tooth space.

A. root circle
B. pitch circle
C. addendum circle
D. dedendum circle
The total depth of a tooth space, equal to addendum
plus dedendum.

A. full depth
B. working depth
C. whole depth
D. dedendum
The depth of tooth space below the pitch circle.

A. dedendum
B. working depth
C. full depth
D. tooth depth
The no. of gear teeth to each mm pitch diameter.

A. diametral pitch
B. module
C. circular pitch
D. English module
A machine tool in which abrasive wheel is used as
cutting tool to obtain a very smooth finish.

A. drill
B. grinder
C. planer
D. shaper
It is used to produce a variety of surface by using a
circular type cutter with multiple teeth.

A. grinding machine
B. shaper
C. drilling machine
D. milling machine
It is used principally to machine flat or plane surfaces
with a single point tool.

A. drill
B. shaper
C. planer
D. tool grinder
Cutting a hole by means of rotating tool or the work
may revolve and to the tool remain fixed as in the lathe.

A. piercing
B. notching
C. boring
D. perforating
One of the following is not a tap used for cutting threads
in holes.

A. tapping tap
B. plug tap
C. taper tap
D. bottoming tap
An index or dividing head.

A. a part of drill press


B. used to rotate the work
C. not used to cut helixes
D. always manually operated
Galvanized iron is a term referring to iron coated with:

A. tin
B. zinc
C. magnesium
D. aluminum
The moment of inertia of a rectangle whose base is “b”
and height “h” about its base is:

A. bh3/12
B. bh/36
C. bh3/3
D. bh2/4
In usual spur gearing:

A. the pitch circle and the base circle are the same
B. working depth includes the clearance
C. tooth outline are usually involute curves
D. tooth outline are always cycloidal curves
A stainless steel is obtained principally by the use of the
following alloying element.

A. chromium
B. tungsten
C. carbon
D. phenol
One of the following is not a common term relating to
the classification of fits.

A. tunking
B. snug
C. medium force fit
D. bound
Hearingbone gears are gears which:

A. do not operate on parallel shaft


B. have a line of contact between the teeth
C. consist of two left handed helical gears
D. tend to produce thrust on the shafts
Internal stresses existing in a welded connection:

A. are not relieved when the weld is peened


B. are not relieved by heat treatment
C. may be relieved when the weld is peened
D. are relieved by x-ray analysis
In general the design stress and factor of safety are
related as follows:

A. design stress = ultimate stress times factor of safety


B. design stress = ultimate stress divided by factor of
safety
C. design stress = design stress divided by ultimate
stress
D. design stress = factor of safety divided by design
stress
A group of thin steel strips for measuring clearances.

A. depth gage
B. feeler gage
C. lay-out gage
D. clearance gage
A hand tool used to measure tension on bolts.

A. indexer
B. torsionmeter
C. torque wrench
D. tensionmeter
A material that can wear away a substance softer than
itself.

A. abrasive
B. corrosive
C. tungsten
D. alloy
The material used in high speed processes.

A. high speed steel


B. chromium
C. cast iron
D. carbon steel
An alloy of copper and zinc.

A. chromium
B. bronze
C. brass
D. aluminum
An alloy of copper and tin and small amount of
phosphorus.

A. chromium
B. bronze
C. brass
D. aluminum
The process of working metals by the application of
sudden blows or by steady pressure.

A. welding
B. extrusion
C. forging
D. swaging
A welding operation in which a non-ferrous filler metal
melts at a temperature below that of the metal joined
but is heated above 450˚C.

A. brazing
B. spot welding
C. gas welding
D. projection welding
The operation of cooling a heated piece of work rapidly
by dipping it in water, brine or oil.

A. tempering
B. annealing
C. quenching
D. normalizing
A machine tool used to machine flat surfaces.

A. shaper
B. planer
C. grinder
D. lathe