WORKSHOP PROCESSES, PRACTICES AND MATERIALS
|Author(s)||Bruce J. Black|
|D O W N L O A D|
This book is an excellent introduction for every workshop technician and engineer, and it will also be useful to the students of engineering lacking practical experience. The tex content of the publication has been supplemented by the detailed and informative illustrations an the text itself has been presented in a clear and simple language. As a result, the author has managed to provide simple introduction to a complex subject. The remarkably broad coverage of topics has made this book very popular. The book starts with the safe practices which are obviously most important in any workshop.
The main content of the book is covering various hand processes, marking out, sheet-metal operations including bending and cutting, applicable standards, gauging and measurement techniques, cutting fluids and tools, measuring tools, turning including centre-lathe elements, controls and operations, drilling equipment and techniques, milling and grinding, different methods of joining including fasteners, brazing, riveting, soldering, locking devices etc., materials, moving loads, presswork and so many other interesting and practical topics - in fact this book provides absolutely all information you have to know when getting involved in any workshop activity.
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