Machinery s Handbook Pocket Companion

Author: Christopher J. McCauley
Publisher: Industrial Press Inc.
ISBN: 9780831130893
Format: PDF
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A reference guide to the basics of mechanical engineering covers such topics as measurement and inspection, threads, drilling, and reaming, tapping, and milling cutters.

Machinery s Handbook

Author: Erik Oberg
Publisher: Industrial Press
ISBN: 9780831129026
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The Machinery's Handbook 29 CD-ROM contains the complete contents of the print edition, presented in Adobe PDF format. This popular and well-known format allows viewing and printing of pages that are identical to those of the printed book, permits rapid searching of the entire Handbook, and includes the ability to magnify the view of any page. Navigation aids in the form of thousands of clickable bookmarks, page cross references, and index entries take you quickly to any page referenced. Besides the full print edition, the CD-ROM includes over 500 pages of additional data, mostly material that was published in previous print editions but subsequently removed due to space restrictions. The 29th Edition CD-ROM provides an expanded array of the popular INTERACTIVE MATH EQUATIONS. With a simple Internet connection, users will be able to instantly calculate cutting speeds, dimensions of bevels, moments of inertia, the measurement of various screw threads, the center of gravity for any shape, hardness of material, volumes, taper angles, matrices, … and much, much more. Features complete text searches to locate information quickly and easily. Includes interlinks to connect to related topics and examples, including a live index. Prints pages exactly as they appear in the book. Displays text and graphics exactly as created. Contains zoom features for detailed viewing. Provides cut and paste capabilities for inserting text and graphics into other documents and programs.

Machinery s Handbook

Author: Industrial Press
Publisher: Industrial Press, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780831129057
Format: PDF, Docs
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With both the print and electronic versions of the newest edition of the handbook, this combo offers readers the best possible acces to Machinery's Handbook information.

Machinery s Handbook Pocket Companion

Author: Erik Oberg
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780831130954
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Machinery's Handbook Pocket Companion is designed for anyone in the machine trades for whom convenient access to just the most basic data is at a premium. Extremely concise yet authoritative, this invaluable tool draws on the wealth of tables, charts, and text in the Machinery's Handbook, 30th Edition. Much of the subject matter is reorganized, distilled, or simplified to enhance this book's usability and to keep its bulk down. Both practitioners and students will find the Pocket Companion to be a convenient ready-reference to keep nearby while working on the shop or factory floor or learning the fundamentals in the school lab. While it serves as a complementary text, this book does not replace the Handbook.

Countersinking Handbook

Author: Laroux Gillespie
Publisher: Industrial Press Inc.
ISBN: 9780831133184
Format: PDF, ePub
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This unique handbook provides total coverage of issues related to countersinking and chamfering holes, including history of their use, design reasons, and basic cutter design. It features “how-to-use” details of the most used tools and techniques and complete information on the subject of countersinking holes of any size, including those over 10 inches in diameter. Its detailed approach to illustrating over 100 different tools designs is unparalleled in technical literature and is sure to be found useful by manufacturing engineers, shop foremen, and experienced users. Provides discussions of all cutter material variations and options, feeds, speeds and coolants, tool holders, and applications--including plastics, metals, wood, composites, ceramics, glass, and dental materials. Discusses side effects of countersinking, including stress risers. Includes optimum applications for specific tool use, gaging countersinks, economics, pressworking countersinks, non-traditional countersinking methods, and references to standards and other published works. Contains case histories, practical tips, and information to make process selection easier.

CNC Programming Handbook

Author: Peter Smid
Publisher: Industrial Press Inc.
ISBN: 9780831131586
Format: PDF, ePub
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Extraordinarily comprehensive, this popular and authoritative reference covers just about every possible subject a typical CNC programmer may encounter on a daily basis. Fully indexed to help the user quickly locate topics of interest, this “industrial strength” handbook presents most common programming subjects in great depth and is equally applicable to both CNC milling and CNC turning operations. Many advanced subjects are also covered, thus making this an unusually comprehensive reference for machinists, programmers, engineers, and supervisors. Filled with over one thousand illustrations, tables, formulas, tips, shortcuts, and practical examples, this widely respected publication is structured in a logical order that is readily adaptable to virtually all levels of CNC training, from the basic to the advanced. CNC Programming Handbook has just become more valuable than ever! A new CD-ROM, packed with actual problem-solving projects and enhancing the material presented in the book, is included for the first time. Users will find programming projects and exercises for most chapters, special programming and machining projects, solutions to problems, and numerous reference files useful in CNC programming, as well as several utilities. With the majority of files in Adobe PDF, instructors will be able to quickly and easily print and distribute any of the projects, exercises, and references to their classes. Meanwhile, students and professionals will find this CD an effective self-study aid that allows them to enhance their understanding of the subject one topic at a time. Presents complete information on various programming techniques, from the basic areas to dozens of advanced concepts. Includes more than 1,000 illustrations, tables, formulas, tips, shortcuts and real-world examples. Offers unparalleled reference material useful for skills training at all levels of CNC. Presents an encyclopedic, logically organized approach to CNC programming, allowing the reader to look up a subject of interest only. Uses cross references throughout to guide the reader to the proper answer or solution to a problem.

Basic Fixture Design

Author: Paul D. Q. Campbell
Publisher: Industrial Press Inc.
ISBN: 9780831130527
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Uses basic terms to explain fixture design. Focuses on actual tooling procedures throughout. Provides a full understanding of the design and application of fixture tools and checking fixtures, welding fixtures and procedures, three-dimensional space in checking compound warped surfaces, measurement systems, and the simple mathematics required. This Print-on-Demand version replaces ISBN 978-0-8311-0207-4.. This lavishly illustrated introduction to fixture design takes the reader from concept to building. It details the mechanics, materials used, commercially available components, design procedures, and economics.

Pipefitters Handbook

Author: Forrest R. Lindsey
Publisher: Industrial Press Inc.
ISBN: 9780831130190
Format: PDF, ePub
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Compact and pocket-sized, this handy reference contains thousands of facts and figures relevant to pipefitters, steamfitters-anyone concerned with layout and installation of pipe.