Metalworkers' Pocket Reference (McGraw-Hill Pocket Reference)
A pocket (4x6) reference for machinists and metalworkers, offering often-used data and procedures required on a daily basis for machinists, managers, and other support personnel. Gives data on tools, parts, materials, and techniques, and provides comparative charts on new and traditional metals, insulation, plastics, and other materials. Outlines safety procedures and presents standards and codes from ANSI, ASME, ISO, AGMA, SAE, and AWS. Walsh is an electromechanical design engineer with 40 years of experience, and has written several handbooks for the publisher.Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
*Everyone from machinists and metalworkers to product and tool
designers will covet this task-simplifying source of essential machining and
metal-working data--all in a compact, palm-of-our-hand reference.
A pocket-sized, quick reference that provides the user with data, techniques, and to-the-point explanations in quick-access format. Contains data on tools, parts, materials, and techniques, safety procedures, feeds and speeds for machining operations, plating procedures and other finishes for metals and alloys. Softcover. DLC: Machine-shop practice--Handbooks.
From the Back Cover
For answers you seek right now, you've picked the perfect book.
Machinists' and Metalworkers' Pocket Reference gives you application data,
techniques, and to-the-point explanations in quick-access format, for use in the
shop or at the workstation. This fact-loaded guide lays out:
THE EFFICIENCY-ENHANCING TOOL FOR DESIGNERS, ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, AND METALWORKERS
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