Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Metalworking
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Hi, the links for the cleanup list on the project page are not working. Can I fix them with this link http://tools.wmflabs.org/bambots/cwb/bycat/Metalworking.html ? THX JP1308 (talk) 06:39, 31 July 2017 (UTC)
- I'm on board to contribute to topics regarding metal cutting in general. I'm also fairly confident to talk about topics relating to CNC, specifically milling and turning. I'm going to go through the list of articles for a bit and try improving them. If anyone wants to work with me on this, hit me up!
- Стиво (talk) 09:41, 23 December 2017 (UTC)
When is a screw machine not a screw machine?
I'm thinking a link is misdirected.
Article Screw-cutting_lathe contains two links for the term Screw Machine.
The See also has a link to Screw_machine_(disambiguation) which then redirects to Screw_machine. (Apparently there's a screwy history to this - "Screw machine" was the original article and then was split and cut down to disambig page from the 2010 version of page )
That disambiguation page then has links to
- Screw_machine_(automatic_lathe) which redirects to Automatic_lathe#Screw_machine
- Screw_machine_(turning_center) which redirects to Metal_lathe#CNC_lathe_/_CNC_turning_center
Uh... so what should "Screw Machine" in the Screw-cutting lathe in-text point to?
- Its the same. I dont think there actually are any lathes that can only cut screws and nothing else. The only difference in this class of small part, mass production lathes really is the implementation of the automatism method, be it old mechanically with cam gears and alike "repeating movement" gears, Punched tape(NC) or CNC and the tool construction (multiple toolheads, revolver, toolswitcher with magazine) which was always common since the parts produced with these machines (far from only screws btw.) are usually manufactured in a few seconds and thus among the earliest automated machines. Producing these manually only makes sense for unique single parts or very small series. I would recommend to simply delete that term, make a redirect at best. --Kharon (talk) 10:20, 14 March 2018 (UTC)