Practical design of sheet metal stampings
Aims to avoid theoretical explanations and concentrate on practical information for mechanical designers, draftsmen, engineering students, and anyone engaged in the press-working of metals.
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Design of Flat Blanks Made from Sheet Metal
Holes in Sheet Metal Stampings
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