||Erik Oberg, Franklin Jones, Holbrook Horton, Henry Ryffel, Christopher McCauley
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For more than hundred years of its continuous publication, this book has always served as thep principal and thorough reference book in facilities dealing with mуtalworkimd as well as design and manufacturing; it was also widely used in technical colleges and schols all over the world. During this time, the ultimate aim of the authors and editors was to create a practical and comprehensive tool which would combine most essential and basic aspects of manufacturing practice. This tools was supposed to be used same was as the other tools were used, and to assist in making and repairing products of high quality, at the lowest costs and, of course, in the shortest possible time. Chapters of this book cover the following: dimensions and areas of circles; chords, segments, hole circles, spheres; formulas & their rearrangement; spreadsheet calculations; calculations involving logarithms; dimensions, areas, and volumes of geometrical figures; geometrical prepositions and constructions; functions of angles; solution of right-angle and oblique triangles; figuring tapers; tolerances and allowances for machine parts; using standards info and data; standard pipe and screw threads; problems in mechanics; strength of materials; design of shafts and keys for power transmission; splines; problems in designing and cutting gears; speeds, feeds, and machining power; numerical control; how to use interactive math; conversion factors...