This book covers the basic processes, materials, and machinery used in the job shop, toolroom, or small manufacturing facility. At the same time, it describes advanced equipment used in larger production environments. The reader is given a thorough review of metals, composites, plastics, and other engineering materials, including their physical properties, testing, treatment, and suitability for use in manufacturing.
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This book makes it easy to match the properties and performance of fluids to the demands of your equipment, parts, and tooling. Learn the basics, such as how fluids function and fluid types, as well as more technical information such as quality control and testing, troubleshooting, and regulatory considerations.
GD&T 1994 Standard Pocket Guide (Pack of 10)
Discover new technologies presented within the context of classic diemaking fundamentals. Progressive Dies is your collective source for improving current designs or learning how to take advantage of progressive die efficiency and cost reduction. Among the topics covered are: die material selection and properties, developing progression stages, grinding, EDM and wire-cut EDM operations, die and strip layout manufacture, and die protection systems and electronic sensors.
Parametric programming has been the best-kept secret of CNC. This book demystifies this simple yet sophisticated programming tool in an easy-to-understand tutorial format, and presents a comprehensive how-to of parametric programming from a user's point of view.
PRICE REDUCED! This hands on guide has been written for all levels of manufacturing professionals responsible for providing a competitive advantage in their use of deburring and edge finishing methods.
This program includes information on welding join design, joint edge shape, and preparation. It focuses on the array of welding processes and arranges them into two major categories: fusion welding processes and solid-state welding processes.
This program examines the strategy used in selection and operation of four different flexible material handling systems. These systems are designed to accommodate mass customization of production and be cost effective in operation.
This program examines the machines that perform punching, such as the single-station punch press, turret punch press, and the multi-purpose ironworker.
This program begins with an introduction to the basic elements of all paint formulations including pigments, additives, solvents, and resins. Viscosity and volatile organic compounds (VOC) are also explained. The two types of resin polymer structures, enamels and lacquers, are explained with an emphasis on the crosslinking aspect of enamels.