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  1. Sheet Metal Forming Processes and Die Design, Second Edition

    Sheet Metal Forming Processes and Die Design, Second Edition

    $64.95

    Written by an engineer with decades of practical manufacturing experience, this new edition has been thoroughly revised and is a complete modern guide to sheet metal forming processes and die design – still the most commonly used methodology for the mass-production manufacture of aircraft, automobiles, and complex high-precision parts.

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  2. Machine Designers Reference

    Machine Designers Reference

    $79.95
    • Presents design data in groups corresponding to these design activities to minimize time spent flipping pages.
    • Speeds up the selection process through contained formulas and guides that are designed to assist the working engineer while selecting machine components from catalogs rather than designing these common components from scratch.
    • The full-size format is ideal for reading charts easily, and an included sheet of page tab stickers allows the user to mark pages they find particularly useful.
    • Intended to be a quick guidebook but contains frequent references to specific entries in Machinery's Handbook for in-depth treatment of most subjects.
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  3. Metalworking Sink or Swim

    Metalworking Sink or Swim

    $49.95

    Overview

    This collection of priceless tips, tricks, skills, and experiences from a veteran of the trade is presented in a way that captures the attention of users and engages them in the process of furthering the art. It includes shop-tested descriptions and illustrations of creative and unique skills and observations from almost 40 years in the metalworking trades. What's more, it offers enough material from several metalworking trades to start a great research and development shop. It is sure to be a valuable and time-saving resource for anyone involved in the fabrication of metal.

     

    Features

    • Written by a shop peer from the perspective of having done the required work.
    • Includes nearly 1,000 full-color photos, as well as numerous illustrative stories that help users easily understand the material presented and the techniques provided.
    • Contains a chapter on flame straightening techniques.
    • Offers many examples of special workholding techniques.
    • Covers crossover skills like Welding/Machine, Sheetmetal/Welding, and Design/Management.
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  4. Hazardous Chemicals Safety & Compliance Handbook for the Metalworking Industries

    Hazardous Chemicals Safety & Compliance Handbook for the Metalworking Industries

    $94.95

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    Overview

    This unique handbook provides operators and technicians in the metalworking, machining, and metal finishing industries with an easy-to-use, single-volume guide to the hazardous materials commonly found in the above sectors. Containing detailed information on nearly 450 chemical hazards, this work provides identifiers (foreign and domestic); trade names and chemical synonyms; physical properties; short- and long-term health effects; guidelines for exposure; respirators; warnings; incompatibilities; fire data; and OSHA, EPA, California, and Canadian safety recommendations and regulations. No other reference offers this kind of integrated compilation of safety and environmental compliance data or directory information related to these industries. You will need no other reference!

     

    Features

    • Includes an extensive introduction outlining and explaining the requirements and regulations.
    • Presents each chemical record in a uniform format of data elements, including record number, record name, trade names and chemical synonyms, EEC numbers, CAS number, 2004 Emergency Response Guidebook four-digit ID, DOT Hazard class or Division, three-digit ERG Guide, molecular formula, RTECS number, physical properties, and health and safety information.
    • Contains extensive appendices including: sources of information, separate lists of dangerous oxidizing materials by name and CAS number, an updated list of all Poison Control Centers in the U.S., glossary of safety and environmental terms, extensive synonym and trade name index, and a complete CAS number index to chemicals covered.
    • Takes an international approach in that chemical records contain: European Economic Community ID numbers, European Inventory of Existing Commercial Substances ID numbers, Canadian WHMIS ingredients disclosure list levels, International Agency for Research on Cancer information about carcinogens, and MAK values from Deutsche Forschungsgemeinshaft.
    • Covers important metalworking hazards such as mineral oil mists and welding fumes.
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  5. Materials Selection and Applications in Mechanical Engineering

    Materials Selection and Applications in Mechanical Engineering

    $84.95

    Overview

    Unlike any other text of its kind, Materials Selection and Applications in Mechanical Engineering contains complete and in-depth coverage on materials of use, their principles, processing and handling details; along with illustrative examples and sample projects. It clearly depicts the needed topics and gives adequate coverage with ample examples so that ME students can appreciate the relevance of materials to their discipline. 

    Featuring the basic principles of materials selection for application in various engineering outcomes, the contents of this text follow those of the common first-level introductory course in materials science and engineering. Directed toward mechanical engineering, it introduces the materials commonly used in this branch, along with an exhaustive description of their properties that decide their functional characteristics and selection for use, typical problems encountered during application due to improper processing or handling of materials, non-destructive test procedures used in maintenance to detect and correct problems, and much more. What’s more, numerous examples and project-type analyses to select proper materials for application are provided. With the use of this unique text, teaching a relevant second-level course in materials to ME majors has never been easier!

     

    Features

    • Covers all aspects of engineering materials necessary for their successful utilization in mechanical components and systems.
    • Defines a procedure to evaluate the materials’ performance efficiency in engineering applications and illustrates it with a number of examples.
    • Includes sample project activities, along with a number of assignments for self exercise.
    • Keeps chapters short and targeted toward specific topics for easy assimilation.
    • Contains several unique chapters, including microprocessing, MEMS, problems encountered during use of materials in mechanical components, and NDT procedures used to detect common defects such as cracks, porosity and gas pockets, internal residual stresses, etc.
    • Features commonly used formulae in mechanical system components in an appendix. 
    • Several tables containing material properties are included throughout the book.
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  6. Metal Shaping Processes

    Metal Shaping Processes

    $64.95

    Overview

    As the only comprehensive text focusing on metal shaping processes, which are still the most widely used processes in the manufacture of products and structures, Metal Shaping Processes carefully presents the fundamentals of metal shaping processes with their relevant applications. The treatment of the subject matter is adequately descriptive for those unfamiliar with the various processes and yet is sufficiently analytical for an introductory academic course in manufacturing. The text, as well as the numerous formulas and illustrations in each chapter, clearly show that shaping processes, as a part of manufacturing engineering, are a complex and interdisciplinary subject. The topics are organized and presented in such a manner that they motivate and challenge students to present technically and economically viable solutions to a wide variety of questions and problems, including product design. It is the perfect textbook for students in mechanical, industrial, and manufacturing engineering programs at both the Associate Degree and Bachelor Degree programs, as well a valuable reference for manufacturing engineers (those who design, execute and maintain the equipment and tools); process engineers (those who plan and engineer the manufacturing steps, equipment, and tooling needed in production); manufacturing managers and supervisors; product design engineers; and maintenance and reliability managers and technicians.

     

    Features

    • Each chapter begins with a brief highlighted outline of the topics to be described.
    • Carefully presents the fundamentals of the particular metal-shaping process with its relevant applications within each chapter, so that the student and teacher can clearly assess the capabilities, limitation, and potentials of the process and its competitive aspects.
    • Features sections on product design considerations, which present guidelines on design for manufacturing in many of the chapters.
    • Offers practical, understandable explanations, even for complex processes.
    • Includes text entries that are coded as in an outline, with these numerical designations carried over the 320 related illustrations for easy cross-referencing.
    • Provides a dual (ISO and USA) unit system.
    • Contains end-of-chapter Review Questions.
    • Includes a chapter on sheet metalworking covering cutting processes; bending process; tubes and pipe bending; deep drawing processes; other sheet metal forming process (stretch forming, spinning, rubber forming, and superplatic forming and diffusion bonding).
    • Provides a useful die classification with 15 illustrations and description; presses for sheet metalworking; and high energy-rate forming processes.
    • A chapter on nontraditional manufacturing process discusses such important processes as mechanical energy processes (ultrasonic machining, water jet cutting); electrochemical machining processes (electrochemical machining, electrochemical grinding); thermal energy processes (electric discharge processes, laser beam machining, electron beam machining); and chemical processes (chemical milling).
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  7. Advanced Metalcutting Calculators in U.S. & Metric Units: Milling, Turning, Boring, Drilling, and Machining Time (software)

    Advanced Metalcutting Calculators in U.S. & Metric Units: Milling, Turning, Boring, Drilling, and Machining Time (software)

    $89.95

    Overview

    Advanced Metalcutting Calculators contains four calculators for major metalcutting operations: MillingTurningBoring,Drilling; and a fifth for calculating exact Machining Time when facing, cutting off, and deep grooving. All calculators are developed in Microsoft Excel and execute all parameters in both U.S. and metric units. These calculators provide computations more accurate than any other calculators on the market and can be used by anyone involved in manufacturing, including machinists, technicians, and engineers. 


    Advanced Computations: 
    Power requirements when milling, turning, boring, or drilling are calculated by tangential force and cutting speed, or by torque and the number of revolutions per minute. These requirements are calculated when cutting inserts are sharp and prior to indexing or changing them 

     

    Features

    MILLING CALCULATOR…

    • Cutting force versus ultimate tensile strength of the work material and area of the chip.
    • Torque at spindle versus cutting force and the cutter diameter.
    • Adjustments to feed rate depending on the cutter geometry and width of cut

     

    TURNING CALCULATOR

    • Cutting force components – tangential force versus depth of cut, feed rate, and the work material’s power constant; feed and radial forces versus tangential force and the coefficients of proportionality, depending on the group of work materials.
    • Torque at spindle versus tangential force and the workpiece diameter

     

    BORING CALCULATOR (in addition to the same two features immediately above)

    • Deflection versus resulting cutting force, unsupported length of the boring bar, moment of inertia of the bar cross-sectional area, and the modulus of elasticity of the bar material. Note: The method of determining feed and radial forces when turning and boring, and the calculators that utilize this method are patented (US Patent # 6,836,697)

     

    DRILLING CALCULATOR

    • Tangential force versus drill diameter, feed rate, power constant of the work material, and the drill wear factor.
    • Thrust (axial force) versus tangential force and the coefficient of proportionality establishing thrust-to-tangential force ratio.
    • Torque at the drill versus tangential force and the drill diameter.


    MACHINING TIME:

    • Radius of the workpiece when the machine tool spindle runs at the maximum rpm.
    • Machining time (in minutes) when facing or cutting off to the center of the workpiece; or when deep grooving, facing, or cutting off to a shoulder of the workpiece.
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  8. Engineering Formulas for Metalcutting (CD-ROM in PDF)

    Engineering Formulas for Metalcutting (CD-ROM in PDF)

    $29.95

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    Overview

    This is the CD-ROM only edition of this popular book. A unique and handy resource, fully searchable, with interactive table of contents and index, in Adobe's popular portable document format (PDF).

     

    Features

    Engineering Formulas for Metalcutting will enable users to calculate necessary speeds, feeds, and required machining power in order to maximize the productivity of cutting. Providing information on formulas and their applications in a concise and clearly arranged format, it describes mechanical properties of the most popular work materials, such as steels, cast irons, and nonferrous alloys. And it offers numerous formulas for calculating speeds, feeds, cutting forces, and machining power. What's more, practical examples of calculating the variety of such cutting parameters will make this a valuable source of knowledge in training and practice.

    • Linear regression equations for converting Rockwell, Vickers, Knoop, and Scleroscope hardness numbers into Brinell hardness numbers.
    • Formulas and linear regression equations for calculating ultimate tensile strength of the most commonly used work materials in relationship with their hardness.
    • Formulas for calculating the number of inserts simultaneously engaged with the workpiece depending on milling conditions.
    • Formulas to calculate machining time when facing, cutoff, and deep grooving and for feed and radial forces in relationship with tangential force.
    • Set of formulas to calculate overhang of boring bars made of tungsten heavy alloys and cemented carbides in comparison with a boring bar made of steel.
    • Formulas for metal removal rate and for calculating tangential and axial forces.
    • Establishes power constant values for most commonly used work materials.
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  9. Glossary of Metalworking Terms

    Glossary of Metalworking Terms

    $29.95

    Overview

    As the only modern glossary of terms related to the fabrication and use of metals and metallurgy, this resource covers more than 4,000 essential general and functional terms used in all areas related to metalworking and manufacturing technology. Many entries are cross-referenced to make related topics instantly accessible. Each entry contains a cross-referencing system that makes all related topics instantly accessible. In addition, each topic is defined as far as possible in basic terms, and then every key word important to the explanation that is defined elsewhere in the book is underlined to serve as a reference to the article on that subject.

     

    Features

    • A simple A – Z approach and cross-referencing system.
    • Includes CNC and some information on plastics.
    • Glossary contains professional organizations, addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, web sites and descriptions of many trademark names of alloys and processes along with manufacturer’s names and addresses.
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  10. Engineering Formulas for Metalcutting

    Engineering Formulas for Metalcutting

    $29.95

    Overview

    A unique and handy resource, Engineering Formulas for Metalcutting will enable users to calculate necessary speeds, feeds, and required machining power in order to maximize the productivity of cutting. Providing information on formulas and their applications in a concise and clearly arranged format, it describes mechanical properties of the most popular work materials, such as steels, cast irons, and nonferrous alloys. And it offers numerous formulas for calculating speeds, feeds, cutting forces, and machining power. What's more, practical examples of calculating the variety of such cutting parameters will make this a valuable source of knowledge in training and practice.

     

    Features

    • Linear regression equations for converting Rockwell, Vickers, Knoop, and Scleroscope hardness numbers into Brinell hardness numbers.
    • Formulas and linear regression equations for calculating ultimate tensile strength of the most commonly used work materials in relationship with their hardness.
    • Formulas for calculating the number of inserts simultaneously engaged with the workpiece depending on milling conditions.
    • Formulas to calculate machining time when facing, cutoff, and deep grooving and for feed and radial forces in relationship with tangential force.
    • Set of formulas to calculate overhang of boring bars made of tungsten heavy alloys and cemented carbides in comparison with a boring bar made of steel.
    • Formulas for metal removal rate and for calculating tangential and axial forces.
    • Establishes power constant values for most commonly used work materials.
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