McGraw-Hill Machining and Metalworking Handbook

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McGraw-Hill, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 1683 pages
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The Handbook is the most comprehensive compendium of useful, up-to-date design data and calculation procedures available, with information arranged in a logical, user-friendly format. It includes practical topics not found in any other reference of this type-from safety procedures and the latest ANSI standards, to the latest metal cutting practices and the newest polishing compounds. In addition, more than 400 drawings, photographs, and tables amplify the most currently used machinery, tools, parts, and techniques. The Handbook offers machinists current information on modern equipment, processes, and tools, and the latest calculation techniques. It provides the formulas needed to calculate machining times and the procedures required to use high-speed manufacturing tools. Engineers will gain insight into new developments in pnuematics and hydraulics and will benefit from extensive design data and coverage of fastening and joining techniques, plating procedures, and other applications.

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Contents

Modern Metalworking Machinery Tools
1
Mathematics for Machinists and Metalworkers
23
Modern Calculator Techniques for Designers
107
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About the author (1999)

Ronald A. Walsh is the author of Electromechanical Design Handbook, 2/e, and the co-author of Engineering Mathematics Handbook, 4/e, both published by McGraw-Hill. He is Manager of Research and Development at the Powercon Corporation, Severn, Maryland.

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