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Title:
Machine shop tools and operations
Author:
Miller, Rex, 1929-
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Edition:
Fifth edition.
Publication Information:
Indianapolis, Ind. : Wiley Pub., [2004]

©2004
Physical Description:
ix, 446 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780764555275
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Book

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Summary

Summary

Make your shop safe and smart

If you're a machinist or a student of the trade, this second volumein Audel's machine shop library offers concise, to-the-pointcoverage of everything you need to know. You'll find definitions ofall the shop tools; guidelines for set-up, safe operation,maintenance, and repair; illustrations and diagrams; reviewquestions for students, and much more. Expect it to become one ofyour most-used tools.
* Master all types of saws, drills, lathes, milling machinery,metal-finishing machines, and more
* Learn safe operating procedures for cutting tools and the bestways to mount work in the machines
* Find current details on new machines with electronic/digitalcontrols
* Understand how ultrasonics are used in metalworking
* Explore information on machine shop robotics andelectronics
* Discover valuable tips for hobbyists, woodworkers, and home-shopowners


Author Notes

Rex Miller (Round Rock TX) was a Professor of IndustrialTechnology at The State University of New York, College at Buffalofor over 35 years. He has taught on the technical school,high school and college level for well over 40 years. He isthe author or co-author of over 100 textbooks ranging fromelectronics through carpentry and sheet metal work. He hascontributed more than 50 magazine articles over the years totechnical publications.

Mark Richard Miller (Kingsville, TX) is AssociateProfessor and Department Chairman of the Industrial TechnologyDepartment at Texas A&M University in Kingsville,Texas teaching courses in plastics, metals, woodworking,computer drafting, quality and production control. He hasco-authored six books with his father, publishes in trademagazines, and speaks at conferences.


Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Introduction
Chapter 1 Power Hacksaws, Power Band Saws, and Circular Saws
Chapter 2 Basic Machine Tool Operations
Chapter 3 Drilling Machines
Chapter 4 Drilling Machine Operations
Chapter 5 Vertical Boring Mills and Horizontal Boring Machines
Chapter 6 Lathes
Chapter 7 Lathe Operations
Chapter 8 Cutting Screw Threads on the Lathe
Chapter 9 Lathe Attachments
Chapter 10 Turret Lathes
Chapter 11 Milling Machines
Chapter 12 Milling Machine Operations
Chapter 13 Milling Machine Dividing Heads
Chapter 14 Indexing Operation
Chapter 15 Shapers
Chapter 16 Planers
Chapter 17 Slotters
Chapter 18 Abrasive Metal Finishing Machines
Chapter 19 Electroforming
Chapter 20 Ultrasonics in Metalworking
Chapter 21 Machine Shop Robotics and Electronics
Appendix
Index