9781566376624

Machining Fundamentals

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    9781566376624

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    1566376629

  • Edition: 7th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-08-01
  • Publisher: GOODHEART WILCOX COMPANY
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Summary

Provides an introduction to this area of manufacturing technology explaining the how, why, and when of numerous machining operations, set-ups and procedures. Discusses how machine tools operate and when to use one particular machine instead of another. DLC: Machine-shop practice.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. An Introduction to Machining Technology
11(12)
1.1 The Evolution of Machine Tools
12(2)
1.2 Basic Machine Tool Operation
14(3)
1.3 Nontraditional Machining Processes
17(1)
1.4 Automating the Machining Process
17(3)
1.5 The Evolving Role of the Machinist
20(3)
Chapter 2. Shop Safety
23(6)
2.1 Safety in the Shop
23(3)
2.2 General Machine Safety
26(1)
2.3 General Tool Safety
27(1)
2.4 Fire Safety
27(2)
Chapter 3. Understanding Drawings
29(26)
3.1 Dimensions
31(1)
3.2 Information Included on Drawings
32(5)
3.3 Types of Prints
37(1)
3.4 Types of Drawings Used in the Shop
38(1)
3.5 Parts List
38(1)
3.6 Drawing Sizes
38(3)
3.7 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
41(14)
Chapter 4. Measurement
55(26)
4.1 The Rule
55(2)
4.2 The Micrometer Caliper
57(6)
4.3 Vernier Measuring Tools
63(4)
4.4 Gages
67(3)
4.5 Dial Indicators
70(1)
4.6 Other Gaging Tools
71(4)
4.7 Helper Measuring Tools
75(6)
Chapter 5. Layout Work
81(10)
5.1 Making Lines on Metal
81(4)
5.2 Squares
85(1)
5.3 Measuring Angles
85(2)
5.4 Simple Layout Steps
87(2)
5.5 Layout Safety
89(2)
Chapter 6. Hand Tools
91(36)
6.1 Clamping Devices
91(1)
6.2 Pliers
92(3)
6.3 Wrenches
95(4)
6.4 Screwdrivers
99(2)
6.5 Striking Tools
101(1)
6.6 Chisels
102(2)
6.7 Hacksaw
104(3)
6.8 Files
107(5)
6.9 Reamers
112(2)
6.10 Hand Threading
114(8)
6.11 Hand Polishing
122(5)
Chapter 7. Fasteners
127(16)
7.1 Threaded Fasteners
127(8)
7.2 Nonthreaded Fastening Devices
135(3)
7.3 Adhesives
138(2)
7.4 Fastener Safety
140(3)
Chapter 8. Jigs and Fixtures
143(6)
8.1 Jigs
143(2)
8.2 Fixtures
145(1)
8.3 Jig and Fixture Construction
146(3)
Chapter 9. Cutting Fluids
149(4)
9.1 Types of Cutting Fluids
149(1)
9.2 Application of Cutting Fluids
150(3)
Chapter 10. Drills and Drilling Machines
153(30)
10.1 Drilling Machines
153(4)
10.2 Drill Press Safety
157(1)
10.3 Drills
158(5)
10.4 Drill-holding Devices
163(1)
10.5 Work-holding Devices
164(3)
10.6 Cutting Speeds and Feeds
167(1)
10.7 Cutting Compounds
168(2)
10.8 Sharpening Drills
170(3)
10.9 Drilling
173(3)
10.10 Countersinking
176(1)
10.11 Counterboring
177(1)
10.12 Spotfacing
178(1)
10.13 Tapping
178(2)
10.14 Reaming
180(3)
Chapter 11. Offhand Grinding
183(8)
11.1 Abrasive Belt Grinders
183(1)
11.2 Bench and Pedestal Grinders
183(2)
11.3 Grinding Wheels
185(1)
11.4 Abrasive Belt and Grinder Safety
186(1)
11.5 Using a Dry-type Grinder
187(1)
11.6 Using a Wet-type Grinder
188(1)
11.7 Portable Hand Grinders
188(3)
Chapter 12. Sawing and Cutoff Machines
191(10)
12.1 Metal-cutting Saws
191(1)
12.2 Reciprocating Power Hacksaw
191(3)
12.3 Power Band Saw
194(2)
12.4 Using Reciprocating and Band Saws
196(1)
12.5 Circular Metal-cutting Saws
197(1)
12.6 Power Saw Safety
197(4)
Chapter 13. The Lathe
201(40)
13.1 Lathe Size
201(1)
13.2 Major Parts of a Lathe
202(6)
13.3 Preparing Lathe for Operation
208(1)
13.4 Cleaning the Lathe
209(1)
13.5 Lathe Safety
209(2)
13.6 Cutting Tools and Tool Holders
211(9)
13.7 Cutting Speeds and Feeds
220(2)
13.8 Work-holding Attachments
222(1)
13.9 Turning Work Between Centers
223(8)
13.10 Using Lathe Chucks
231(5)
13.11 Facing Stock Held in Chuck
236(1)
13.12 Plain Turning and Turning to a Shoulder
237(1)
13.13 Parting Operations
237(4)
Chapter 14. Cutting Tapers and Screw Threads on the Lathe
241(20)
14.1 Taper Turning
241(3)
14.2 Calculating Tailstock Setover
244(1)
14.3 Measuring Tailstock Setover
245(1)
14.4 Cutting a Taper
246(2)
14.5 Measuring Tapers
248(2)
14.6 Cutting Screw Threads on the Lathe
250(11)
Chapter 15. Other Lathe Operations
261(20)
15.1 Boring on a Lathe
261(2)
15.2 Drilling and Reaming on a Lathe
263(2)
15.3 Knurling on a Lathe
265(2)
15.4 Filing and Polishing on a Lathe
267(1)
15.5 Steady and Follower Rests
268(2)
15.6 Mandrels
270(1)
15.7 Grinding on the Lathe
270(2)
15.8 Milling on a Lathe
272(1)
15.9 Special Lathe Attachments
272(2)
15.10 Industrial Applications of the Lathe
274(7)
Chapter 16. Broaching Operations
281(4)
16.1 Advantages of Broaching
283(1)
16.2 Keyway Broaching
283(2)
Chapter 17. The Milling Machine
285(32)
17.1 Types of Milling Machines
286(6)
17.2 Milling Safety Practices
292(1)
17.3 Milling Operations
293(1)
17.4 Milling Cutters
293(3)
17.5 Types and Uses of Milling Cutters
296(8)
17.6 Methods of Milling
304(1)
17.7 Holding and Driving Cutters
304(4)
17.8 Milling Cutting Speeds and Feeds
308(2)
17.9 Cutting Fluids
310(1)
17.10 Milling Work-holding Attachments
310(7)
Chapter 18. Milling Machine Operations
317(36)
18.1 Milling Operations
317(1)
18.2 Vertical Milling Machine
317(1)
18.3 Vertical Milling Machine Operations
317(9)
18.4 Milling Machine Care
326(2)
18.5 Horizontal Milling Machine Operations
328(9)
18.6 Slitting
337(2)
18.7 Slotting
339(1)
18.8 Drilling and Boring on a Horizontal Milling Machine
339(1)
18.9 Cutting a Spur Gear
340(6)
18.10 Cutting a Bevel Gear
346(3)
18.11 Precautions When Operating a Milling Machine
349(1)
18.12 Industrial Applications
349(4)
Chapter 19. Precision Grinding
353(30)
19.1 Types of Surface Grinders
353(3)
19.2 Work-holding Devices
356(2)
19.3 Grinding Wheels
358(4)
19.4 Cutting Fluids (Coolants)
362(2)
19.5 Grinding Applications
364(2)
19.6 Grinding Problems
366(1)
19.7 Grinding Safety
367(1)
19.8 Universal Tool and Cutter Grinder
368(1)
19.9 Tool and Cutter Grinding Wheels
368(5)
19.10 Cylindrical Grinding
373(2)
19.11 Internal Grinding
375(1)
19.12 Centerless Grinding
376(1)
19.13 Form Grinding
377(1)
19.14 Other Grinding Techniques
378(5)
Chapter 20. Band Machining
383(16)
20.1 Band Machining Advantages
383(1)
20.2 Band Blade Selection
384(3)
20.3 Welding Blades
387(1)
20.4 Band Machine Preparation
388(2)
20.5 Band Machining Operations
390(3)
20.6 Band Machine Power Feed
393(1)
20.7 Other Band Machining Applications
393(3)
20.8 Troubleshooting Band Machines
396(1)
20.9 Band Machining Safety
397(2)
Chapter 21. Computer Numerical Control
399(24)
21.1 Computer-aided Machining Technology
399(2)
21.2 Positioning with Numerical Control
401(3)
21.3 NC Movement Systems
404(4)
21.4 Programming NC Machines
408(4)
21.5 Computer Languages
412(1)
21.6 Adaptive Control
413(1)
21.7 NC and the Future
413(2)
21.8 Advantages and Disadvantages of NC
415(8)
Chapter 22. Automated Manufacturing
423(12)
22.1 Flexible Manufacturing System
424(1)
22.2 Robotics
424(4)
22.3 Safety In Automated Manufacturing
428(1)
22.4 Rapid Prototyping Techniques
428(5)
22.5 The Future of Automated Manufacturing
433(2)
Chapter 23. Quality Control
435(16)
23.1 The History of Quality Control
435(1)
23.2 Classifications of Quality Control
436(1)
23.3 Nondestructive Testing Techniques
437(11)
23.4 Other Quality Control Techniques
448(3)
Chapter 24. Metal Characteristics
451(16)
24.1 Classifying Metals
451(1)
24.2 Ferrous Metals
452(6)
24.3 Nonferrous Metals
458(3)
24.4 Copper-based Alloys
461(1)
24.5 High-temperature Metals
462(1)
24.6 Rare Metals
463(4)
Chapter 25. Heat Treatment of Metals
467(22)
25.1 Heat-treatable Metals
467(1)
25.2 Types of Heat Treatment
467(5)
25.3 Heat Treatment of Other Metals
472(1)
25.4 Heat-treating Equipment
473(2)
25.5 Hardening Carbon Steel
475(2)
25.6 Tempering Carbon Steel
477(1)
25.7 Case Hardening Low-carbon Steel
478(1)
25.8 Hardness Testing
479(7)
25.9 Heat-treating Safety
486(3)
Chapter 26. Metal Finishing
489(14)
26.1 Quality of Machined Surfaces
489(3)
26.2 Other Metal Finishing Techniques
492(11)
Chapter 27. Electromachining Processes
503(8)
27.1 Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM)
503(3)
27.2 Electrical Discharge Wire Cutting (EDWC)
506(1)
27.3 Electrochemical Machining (ECM)
507(4)
Chapter 28. Nontraditional Machining Techniques
511(14)
28.1 Chemical Machining
511(5)
28.2 Hydrodynamic Machining (HDM)
516(1)
28.3 Ultrasonic Machining
517(2)
28.4 Electron Beam Machining (EBM)
519(2)
28.5 Laser Beam Machining
521(4)
Chapter 29. Other Processes
525(22)
29.1 Machining Plastics
525(6)
29.2 Chipless Machining
531(1)
29.3 Powder Metallurgy
532(5)
29.4 High-energy-rate Forming (HERF)
537(6)
29.5 Cryogenic Applications
543(4)
Chapter 30. Occupations in Machining Technology
547(10)
30.1 Machining Job Categories
547(6)
30.2 Preparing to Find a Job in Machining Technology
553(1)
30.3 How to Get a Job
554(3)
Reference Section 557(36)
Glossary of Technical Terms 593(22)
Index 615

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