Machining and CNC Technology4th Edition
Part 1. INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING
Chapter 1 Professionalism in Manufacturing
Chapter 2 Math Skills Self-Review
Chapter 3 Reading Technical Drawings
Chapter 4 Introduction to Geometrics
Chapter 5 Before and After Machining
Chapter 6 The Science and Skill of Measuring - Five Basic Tools
Chapter 7 Single-Purpose Measuring Tools, Gages, and Surface Roughness
Part 2. INTRODUCTION TO MACHINING
Chapter 8 Cutting Tool Geometry
Chapter 9 Drilling and Operations and Machines
Chapter 10 Turning Operations
Chapter 11 Mills and Milling Operations
Chapter 12 Precision Grinding Operations and Machines
Chapter 13 Screw Thread Technology
Chapter 14 Metallurgy for Machinists - Heat Treating and Measuring Hardness
Chapter 15 Job Planning
Part 3. INTRODUCTION TO CNC MACHINING
Chapter 16 Coordinates, Axes, and Motion
Chapter 17 CNC Systems
Chapter 18 CNC Controls
Chapter 19 Operating a CNC Machine
Chapter 20 Program Planning
Chapter 21 Level-One Programming
Chapter 22 Level-Two Programming
Chapter 23 Setting Up a CNC Machine to Run
Chapter 24 Design for CNC Manufacturing - Solid Modeling
Part 4. ADVANCED AND ADVANCING TECHNOLOGY
Chapter 25 CAM Mill Programming for CNC Machinists
Chapter 26 Tool Life, Productivity, and Advancing Technology
Chapter 27 Statistical Process Control (SPC)
Chapter 28 Computer Coordinate Measuring
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