Tool and Manufacturing Engineers Handbook: Machining (Google eBook)

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Thomas J. Drozda
Society of Manufacturing Engineers, May 2, 1983 - Technology & Engineering - 1494 pages
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Over 100 traditional and nontraditional machining process are analyzed. Machining helps you achieve many productivity benefits including: cost effective machine tool rebuilding, efficient speed and feed selection; comparing, selecting, and applying advanced cutting tool materials; increased output from efficient machine loading and unloading; selecting and operating flexible manufacturing systems, plus more.
  

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Contents

SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS
PRINCIPLES OF METALCUTTING AND MACHINABILITY
TOLERANCE CONTROL
CUTTING TOOL MATERIALS
CUTTING FLUIDS AND INDUSTRIAL LUBRICANTS
MACHINE CONTROLS
SAWING
BROACHING PLANNING SHAPING AND SLOTTING
GRINDING
THREADING
GEAR AND SPLINE PRODUCTION
NONTRADITIONAL MACHINING
MULTIFUNCTION MACHINES
MACHINE LOADING AND UNLOADING
MACHINE REBUILDING
SAFETY AND NOISE CONTROL

TURNING AND BORING
DRILLING REAMING AND RELATED PROCESSES
MILLING

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