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Having knowledge about machine tools industry. Defining optimal and economical machine tools selection criteria according to machining process. A material removal process in which a sharp cutting tool is used to mechanically cut away material so that the desired part geometry remains. •Most common. INSTRUCTOR IN FITTING AND MACHINE SHOP, AND FORGE. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, NOTTINGHAM. WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY. WILLIAM ROBINSON .
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Principles of machine tools
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All rights reserved. Special-purpose machines and operations used for thread cutting, gear cutting, and broaching processes are also dealt with. Semiautomatic, automatic, NC and CNC machine tools, operations, tooling, mechanisms, accessories, and work fixation are discussed.
Abrasion and abrasive finishing machine tools and operations such as grinding, honing, superfinishing, and lapping are described. Modern machine tools and operations, dynamometers, and hexapod machine tools and processes are described. Design for accurate and economic machining, ecological machining, levels of accuracy, and surface finish attained by machining methods are also presented.
Classification of machine tools and operations in addition to the basic motions of machining operations are also given. Chapter 2 introduces the design considerations and requirements of machine tools, including basic elements such as beds, structures, frames, guideways, spindles and shafts, stepped and stepless drives, planetary transmission, machine tool motors, couplings, and brakes.
Material selection and heat treatment of machine tool elements, and the testing and maintenance of machine tools are also discussed.
Chapter 3 covers general-purpose metal cutting machine tools including lathes, drilling, reaming, jig boring machines, milling machines, and the machine tools of a reciprocating nature such as shapers, planers, and slotters.
Machine tool elements, mechanisms, tooling, accessories, and operations are also explained. Chapter 3 also presents abrasion machine tools, including grinding and surface finishing machines and processes. Chapter 4 describes the different types and applications of commonly used screw threads. Thread machining by cutting and grinding methods are described, together with thread cutting machines and cutting tools. In Chapter 5, common types of gears are listed and their applications described.
Gear production by machining methods that include cutting, grinding, and lapping are described, together with their corresponding machine tools and operations. Machine components, features, and applications are described.
Tool layouts for bar-type capstan lathes and chucking-type turret lathes are described and solved examples are given.
Semiautomatic and automatic lathes are discussed in Chapter 7. Machine tool features, components, operation, tooling, and industrial applications are described.
Solved examples for typical products that show process layout and cam design are given for turret-type and long-part automatics. Chapter 8 presents computer numerical controlled machine tools, their merits, and their industrial applications. The basic features of such machines, tooling arrangements, and programming principles and examples are illustrated in case of machining and turning centers. Hexapod mechanisms, design features, constructional elements, characteristics, control, and their applications in traditional and nontraditional machining, manufacturing, and robotics are covered in Chapter 9.
Chapter 10 describes the fundamentals, instrumentation, and operation of machine tool dynamometers used for cutting force measurements.
Examples of turning, drilling, milling, and grinding dynamometers are explained.
Chapter 11 presents modern machine tools and operations for mechanical nontraditional machining processes, such as ultrasonic and jet machining. Chemical milling, electrochemical machining, and electrochemical grinding machine tools are also described, along with the machine tools for thermal processes such as electrodischarge, laser beam, electron beam, and plasma arc machining.
Machine tools, basic elements, accessories, operations, removal rate, accuracy, and surface integrity are covered for each case.
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Environment-friendly machine tools and operations are described in Chapter 12; these tend to detect the source of hazards and minimize their effect on the operator, machine tools, and environment. An introduction to design recommendations for economic machining and sources of dimensional variations by traditional and nontraditional processes is covered in Chapter Dimensional accuracy and surface integrity by traditional and nontraditional machining processes are discussed in Chapter Modern machine tools and operations, dynamometers, and hexapod machine tools and processes are described.
They are available on loan or for a small fee from technical societies, manufacturers, and publishers.
Email or Customer ID. Tool layouts for bar-type capstan lathes and chucking-type turret lathes are described and solved examples are given. They publish more than journals and books each year.
Computers have improved until there are now highly sophisticated units capable of controlling the operation of a single machine, a group of machines, or even a complete manufacturing plant.