Tool and Manufacturing Engineers Handbook: Forming (Google eBook)
Charles Wick, John T. Benedict, Raymond F. Veilleux
Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Dec 10, 1984 - Technology & Engineering - 955 pages
You'll rely on Forming to help you understand over 50 forming processes plus the advantages, limitations, and operating parameters for each process. Save valuable production time and gain a competitive edge with practical data that covers both the basics and advanced forming processes. Forming also helps you choose the most appropriate materials, utilize innovative die designs, and assess the advantages and limitations of different press types and processes.
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DRAWING EXTRUDING AND UPSETTING
SPECIAL FORMING METHODS
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