Basic Machining Reference Handbook
This is a complete and easy-to-use hands-on source for experienced machinists as well as programmers, tool designers, cost estimators, and others not directly involved with performing specific machining steps. A new third edition is planned for summer, 2000. -- Shows the reader how to determine speeds and feeds of metals based on chemical compositions. -- Explains how to select the appropriate cutting tools and their configurations. -- Uses projects to illustrate manual and NC and CNC machining, allowing the reader to thoroughly understand the fundamentals. -- Discusses all grinding procedures and measurement standards used.
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