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Machine Shop Trade Secrets, A Guide to Manufacturing Machine Shop Practices

Machine Shop Trade Secrets, A Guide to Manufacturing Machine Shop Practices

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Subtitled "A Guide to Manufacturing Machine Shop Practices," this book gets into the down and dirty side of working in a real world machine shop. The author is a full time machinist and injection mold maker with over 30 years of machine shop experience behind him. Mr. Harvey takes a little different approach to the subject than most books, and his conversational style is similar to Joe Martin's in that you feel like you are talking to a machinist, not a professor. He covers subjects like quality, finding the easy way to do things, cutters, rotary tables, threading, mold making tips, grinders and CNC. There is also a chapter on shop math and an "Odds and Ends" chapter that explains common engineer terms like "Tensile Strength," "Stress" and other areas like "things we'd like to see." Whatever your level of experience, this guide can make you a better machinist. It will show you faster, surer ways of machining and give you some forehead-slapping advice that will make you say, "Why didn't I think of that!"

In this book you'll find a collection of clever tips for immediately improving your machining and tool making skills. The author is an accomplished machinist and plastic injection mold maker with thirty years of experience. The book provides a wealth of practical information both conventional and CNC, that can help you avoid trouble and get things done. Over two hundred photographs showing "real world" machining provide the backbone for readers to follow along. The text is laid out using simple one line suggestions that are numbered for easy pinpointing. There are over four hundred suggestions in this book, each providing a single, concrete bit of machining knowledge.
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