Classic Machining Books
Machine Shop Training Course
Machine Shop Training Course, Fifth Edition|
Franklin D Jones
Published January, 1964
Softound ( While supplies last, volume 1 may be hardbound)
Packed with facts and rules that students can put to use in the shop and toolroom. Together, these books provide an outstanding treatise on machine shop practice. No classroom or workshop where apprentices are being trained can afford to be without these valuable combination text and reference guides.
Covers fundamental principles; methods of adjusting and using different types of machine tools - with typical examples of:
* work-measuring instruments and gauges
* cutting screw threads by different processes
* thread grinding
* gear cutting
* precision toolmaking methods
* typical shop problems with solutions
* miscellaneous facts relating to the art of machine construction and much, much more
There are two volumes in the series, available for purchase seperately or as a two-volume set:
Volume I, 570 pages
Table of Contents:
* Principles of Metal Cutting
* Lathe Operations: turning; turning cylindrical parts; taper turning; chucks and faceplates; drilling and boring
* Single Point Form Tools and Tool Grinding
* Speeds and Feeds Principles
* Cooling and Lubrication
* Screw Threads: cutting screw threads; measuring pitch diameters
* Turret Lathes
* Vertical Boring and Turning Machines
* Drilling and Reaming Holes
* Spacing and Locating Holes
* Cylinder Boring
* Jig Boring
* Measuring Instruments
* Gage Blocks
* Generating Surfaces and Angles
* Blueprint Reading
* Shop Safety
Volume II, 566 pages
Table of Contents:
* Milling and Grinding Screw Threads
* Rolling Processes
* Planing Processes
* Milling Flat, Curved and Irregular Surfaces
* Cutting Spur and Bevel Gears
* Grinding Cylindrical and Tapered Parts
* Grinding Milling Cutters and Reamers
* Broaching Internal and External Surfaces
* Chipping, Filing and Scraping
* Tool Steels for Metal Cutting
* Heat Treatment of Steels
* Numerical Controls
||$23.75 ||BK-MSTCV1||Machine Shop Training Course, Volume 1 |
||$23.75 ||BK-MSTCV2||Machine Shop Training Course, Volume 2 |
||$44.50 ||BK-MSTC||Machine Shop Training Course, Volumes 1 and 2 |
Machine Tool Technology Basics
By Steve Krar, Arthur Gill, Peter Smid, and Paul Wanner|
416 pages. Softcover.
includes a link to a free CAD/CAM program.
Written by three experienced educators and practitioners, this book is sure to be a useful tool for anyone needing to learn about today's machine tool trade.
Organized in three sections, it begins with basic metal-removal operations of conventional machines, progresses to CNC machines, and finishes with CAD/CAM.
Comes with a CAD/CAM software program for download, making it possible to design a part on a computer, generate machining codes (G&M), and simulate the tool path to check for programming errors.
Begins each section with a Section Opener collage and includes an introduction, learning objectives, key terms summary, and knowledge review questions.
Highlights safety precautions throughout the text.
Includes the latest direct ironmaking and direct steelmaking processes and minimills.
Introduces conventional/programmable lathes, vertical mills, and surface grinders, demonstrating the steps from conventional to CNC machines.
Provides CAD/CAM examples for the lathe and mill.
Contains a comprehensive machine tool glossary.
Offers an overview of Virtual Reality NC.
Contains a careers section that highlights opportunities in metalworking and manufacturing.
The Evolution of Machine Tools
Careers in Machining/Manufacturing
Measuring System and Tools
Layout Tools and Procedures
The Engine Lathe
Computer Age Machining
Introduction to CAD/CAM
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Basic Machining Reference Handbook
By Arthur R. Meyers and Thomas Slattery|
2001, 6 X 9", illustrated
This reference is intended to serve as a memory jog for experienced machinists, as well as a reference for those involved in process engineering.
It presents the steps used to start a machine process and continues through the basic operations.
Includes expanded chapters on numerical control and computerized operations, with more speed and feed tables and review of relevant terms and applications.
Ephasizes the hands-on concept of developing and refining skills, along with knowledge of metals and maching processes.
Presents checklists and considerations, required steps and functions, and the most appropriate sequences.
Turning and the Lathe: Definition and History
The Milling Machine
Sensitive, Gear-Head, and Radial Drill Presses
Steels, Alloys, and other Materials
Numerical Control and CNC
Cost per Cut in the Computer Age
||$39.50 ||BK-BMRH||Basic Machining Reference Handbook, 2nd Ed. |
Shop Reference for Students and Apprentices
By Edward G. Hoffman and Christopher J. McCauley|
2000, 4 1/2 X 6 3/4 illustrated softcover
The most authoritative reference available, this book has been specifically compiled for students in vocational schools, technical institutes, and apprenticeship courses.
The contents are drawn primarily from Machinery's Handbook.
Each of its sections (mathematics, inspection, screw thread systems, gears and gearing, speeds and feeds, etc.) covers areas of prime interest to draftsmen, machinists, toolmakers, diemakers, and other shop personnel.
Allowances and Tolerances for Fits
Keys and Keyseats
Screw Thread Systems
Gears and Gearing
Cutting Speeds and Feeds
Cutting Fluids for Machinery
Machining Nonferrous Metals
||$24.50 ||BK-SRS||Shop Reference For Students |