Metal Cutting Theory and Practice
Provides insight into advanced tool materials, physical theory and research understanding of metal cutting processes. The text highlights technology developed internationally, and reviews available technology of metal cutting processes, such as turning, boring, milling and drilling. It also elucidates optimum choices for tool material and cutting conditions, and more.
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Metal Cutting Operations and Machine Tools
Toolholders and Workholders
Mechanics of Cutting
Cutting Process Simulation
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