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Technology Of Machine Tools

Technology Of Machine Tools

8th Edition
By Steve Krar and Arthur Gill and Peter Smid and Robert J. Gerritsen
ISBN10: 126008793X
ISBN13: 9781260087932
Copyright: 2020
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Technology of Machine Tools

Section 1: Introduction to Machine Tools

Unit 1: History of Machines

Section 2: Machine Trade Opportunities

Unit 2: Careers in the Metalworking Industry

Unit 3: Getting the Job

Section 3: Safety

Unit 4: Safety in the Machine Shop

Section 4: Job Planning

Unit 5: Engineering Drawings

Unit 6: Machining Procedures for Various Workpieces

Section 5: Measurement

Unit 7: Basic Measurement

Unit 8: Squares and Surface Plates

Unit 9: Micrometers

Unit 10: Vernier Calipers

Unit 11: Inside-, Depth-, and Height-Measuring Instruments

Unit 12:Gage Blocks

Unit 13: Angular Measurement

Unit 14: Gages

Unit 15: Comparison Measurement

Unit 16: The Coordinate Measuring System

Unit 17: Measuring with Light Waves

Unit 18: Surface Finish Measurement

Section 6: Layout Tools and Procedures

Unit 19: Basic Layout Materials, Tools, and Accessories

Unit 20: Basic or Semiprecision Layout

Unit 21: Precision Layout

Section 7: Hand Tools and Bench Work

Unit 22: Holding, Striking, and Assembling Tools

Unit 23: Hand-Type Cutting Tools

Unit 24: Thread-Cutting Tools and Procedures

Unit 25: Finishing Processes – Reaming, Broaching, and Lapping

Unit 26: Surface Finishing Processes

Section 8: Metal-Cutting Technology

Unit 27: Physics of Metal Cutting

Unit 28: Machinability of Metals

Unit 29: Cutting Tools

Unit 30: Operating Conditions and Tool Life

Unit 31: Carbide Cutting Tools

Unit 32: Diamond, Ceramic, and Cermet Cutting Tools

Unit 33: Polycrystalline Cutting Tools

Unit 34: Cutting Fluids – Types and Applications

Section 9: Metal-Cutting Saws

Unit 35: Types of Metal Saws

Unit 36: Contour Bandsaw Parts and Accessories

Unit 37: Contour Bandsaw Operations

Section 10: Drilling Machines

Unit 38: Drill Presses

Unit 39: Drilling Machine Accessories

Unit 40: Twist Drills

Unit 41: Cutting Speeds and Feeds

Unit 42: Drilling Holes

Unit 43: Reaming

Unit 44: Drill Press Operations

Section 11: The Lathe

Unit 45: Engine Lathe Parts

Unit 46: Lathe Accessories

Unit 47: Cutting Speed, Feed, and Depth of Cut

Unit 48: Lathe Safety

Unit 49: Mounting, Removing, and Aligning Lathe Centers

Unit 50: Grinding Lathe Cutting Tools

Unit 51: Facing Between Centers

Unit 52: Machining Between Centers

Unit 53: Knurling, Grooving, and Form Turning

Unit 54: Tapers and Taper Turning

Unit 55: Threads and Thread Cutting

Unit 56: Steady Rest, Follower Rests, and Mandrels

Unit 57: Machining in a Chuck

Unit 58: Drilling, Boring, Reaming, and Tapping

Section 12: Milling Machines

Unit 59: The Vertical Milling Machine

Unit 60: Cutting Speed, Feed, and Depth of Cut

Unit 61: End Mills

Unit 62: Vertical Mill Operations

Unit 63: Special Milling Operations

Unit 64: Horizontal Milling Machines and Accessories

Unit 65: Milling Cutters

Unit 66: Milling Machine Setups

Unit 67: Horizontal Milling Operations

Unit 68: The Indexing, or Dividing, Head

Unit 69: Helical Milling

Unit 70: Cam, Rack, Worm, and Clutch Milling

Section 13: Grinding

Unit 71: Types of Abrasives

Unit 72: Surface Grinders and Accessories

Unit 73: Surface Grinding Operations

Unit 74: Cylindrical Grinders

Unit 75: Universal Tool and Cutter Grinder

Section 14: Metallurgy

Unit 76: Manufacture and Properties of Steel

Unit 77: Heat Treatment of Steel

Unit 78: Testing of Metals and Nonferrous Metals

Section 15: Lean Manufacturing

Unit 79: Cellular Manufacturing

Unit 80: Continuous Improvement

Unit 81: Pull (Kanban) Systems

Unit 82: Total Productive Maintenance

Unit 83: Value-Stream Mapping

Unit 84: Workplace Organization

Section 16: Computer-Age Machining

Unit 85: The Computer

Unit 86: Computer Numerical Control

Unit 87: CNC Turning Center

Unit 88: CNC Machining Centers

Unit 89: CAD/CAM

Section 17: Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Unit 90: Nanotechnology

Unit 91: Cryogenic Treatment/Tempering

Unit 92: Diamond Coating

Unit 93: Additive Manufacturing Technologies

Unit 94: e-Manufacturing

Unit 95: Industry 4.0

Unit 96: Optical/Laser/Vision Measurement

Unit 97: Electrical Discharge Machining

Unit 98: Robotics

Unit 99: Manufacturing Intelligence: Can a Company Survive without Real-Time Knowledge

Unit 100: Multi-Tasking Machines

Section 18

Glossary

Appendix of Tables

Index