Tool and Manufacturing Engineers Handbook: Machining
Thomas J. Drozda
Society of Manufacturing Engineers, May 2, 1983 - Technology & Engineering - 1494 pages
Part of the renowned Tool and Manufacturing Engineers Handbook Series, the Machining Vol. 1 helps you apply cost-effective techniques to achieve the best results for over 100 traditional and nontraditional machining processes.
Chapters include: Principles of Metalcutting and Machinability, Tolerance Control, Cutting Tool Materials, Sawing, Broaching, Planing, Shaping, and Slotting, Turning and Boring, Milling, Grinding, Threading Gear and Spline Production, Nontraditional Machining, Machine Loading and Unloading, Machine Rebuilding, and much more!
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GEAR AND SPLINE PRODUCTION
MACHINE LOADING AND UNLOADING
SAFETY AND NOISE CONTROL
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