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Advanced Machining Technology Handbook
by James Brown

List Price: $79.95
Hardcover - 624 pages
(March 11, 1998)
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing; ISBN: 007008243X ; 
Dimensions (in inches): 1.90 x 9.32 x 6.32

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Advanced Machining Technology Handbook

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Offers mechanical engineers information from over 150 companies on new fabrication and assembly methods being used to manufacture advanced products and components. Considers sheet-metal and press processes such as fine-blanking and orbital forging, machine-shop methods such as trepanning and shear-forming, fastening and joining techniques such as magne-forming and aluminum brazing, surface treatment methods such as hardcoating and electrolizing, and electrochemical processes such and electropolishing and eletroforming. No bibliography. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Book Description
Catch up on new fabrication and assembly methods that are being used to manufacture today's most advanced products and components. This book brings together information from over 150 cutting-edge companies to describe machining processes that are revolutionizing industry. You'll find details on the latest sheet-metal and press processes...new machine shop methods...state-of-the-art fastening and joining techniques ...recent breakthroughs in injection molding...proven surface treatment methods...new electrochemical processes, plus an extensive list of companies and contacts.

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Scores of new machining processes that will dramatically improve your manufacturing potential. Catch up on powerful new fabrication and assembly methods that are being used to manufacture today's most advanced products and components. This book brings together information from over 150 cutting-edge companies to describe machining processes that are revolutionizing industry. The reference first reviews innovations in metal cutting technology and computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM)-and then leads you step by step through: The latest sheet-metal and press processes, such as fine-blanking, orbital forging, and hydroforming. New machine shop methods, including trepanning, shearforming, and hot isostatic pressing (HIP). State-of-the-art fastening and joining techniques, such as magneforming and aluminum brazing. Recent breakthroughs in injection molding. Proven surface treatment methods, including hardcoating, electrolizing and magnaplate. New electrochemical processes, such as electropolishing and electroforming.

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