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Parts Fabrication
Principles and Process
Second Edition
Edited by Richard Crowson

Parts Fabrication discusses efficient deductive and systematic appraoches to machine debugging while providing a refresher on the principles of structural mechanics.

Features:

  • Presents simple solutions to everyday structural problems for individuals with little or no knowledge of mechanics.
  • Introduces the materials most commonly used and provides an explanation of the properties that make a particular material or alloy a desirable choice for a specific application.
  • Introduces conventional processes and equipment for sheet metal fabrication, machining, extrusion and forging, and casting and molding.
  • Discusses the design advantages and range of application of nontraditional machining methods.
  • Provides some guidelines on the right way to develop plastic applications.
  • Explore cost-effective manufacturing technologies that allow the technical benefits of composite structures to translate into competitive advantages in the marketplace.
  • Discusses cleaning and surface preparation processes necessary to prepare the metal for its ultimate finish.

Contents

  1. Principles of Structural Mechanics
  2. Materials Characteristics of Metals
  3. Conventional Fabrication Processes
  4. Nontraditional Machining Methods
  5. Nonmetals: Plastics
  6. Composite Manufacturing
  7. Finishing

Index

Parts Fabrication is one volume of the 4-volume set:
The Handbook of Manufacturing Engineering

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Parts Fabrication
Principles and Processes
Second Edition
Edited by Richard Crowson

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