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Jan 24, 2017

EBOOK - Machine Tool Practices 9th Edition (Richard R. Kibbe)


EBOOK - Thực hành máy công cụ - Tác giả: Richard R. Kibbe.

As a definitive text in the field for more than 30 years,Machine Tool Practices, 9th edition, is geared toward successfully training computer numerical control (CNC) and conventional machine operators, general machinists, and tool and die makers. It is ideal for those enrolled in apprenticeship training, community college courses, or vocational programs.
Presented in a student-friendly manner, the book lends itself well to classes that take a combined lecture/laboratory approach, as well as to a self-paced instructional environment.

THE STORY BEHIND THE BOOK

This text grew out of a desire on the part of the coauthors to develop a richly illustrated national publication that could fit into both a self-paced instructional environment and a traditional lecture laboratory system. In 1968 the state of Oregon established community colleges to provide training in the skills that local industries required, as well as to establish a lower-cost alternative to completing the first two years of a four-year college degree.
The Oregon Department of Education financed and encouraged instructors to develop new teaching materials. As a result, John Neely and Roland Meyer at Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon, created a ground-breaking methodology—a highly successful self-paced instructional program in machine shop technology. Warren White initiated a similar curriculum development project backed by the California Department of Education at DeAnza College, Cupertino, California, namely, the Individualized Machinist’s Curriculum. Richard Kibbe and Roland Meyer were participating writers in this effort.
Patterned after the self-paced curriculum in machine shop technology at Lane College and the California Community Colleges’ Individualized Machinist’s Curriculum project, the text has been successfully embraced nationally since 1979 and continues to be one of the leading books in the market today.


STRENGTHS AND UNIQUE SELLING POINTS

With more than 400 line drawings and 1,200 photographs, Machine Tool Practicesis the estillustrated book in this field. The text emphasizes practical knowledge shop and machine tool technology throughout and superbly illustrates the tools, equipment, and techniques that students are most likely to encounter in an actual industrial machine shop environment.

SECTION A
Introduction, 1
Unit 1 Shop Safety, 6
Unit 2 Mechanical Hardware, 14
Unit 3 Reading Drawings, 26
SECTION B
Hand Tools, 35
Unit 1 Arbor and Shop Presses, 37
Unit 2 Work-Holding and Hand Tools, 45
Unit 3 Hacksaws, 54
Unit 4 Files, 57
Unit 5 Hand Reamers, 63
Unit 6 Identification and Uses of Taps, 67
Unit 7 Tapping Procedures, 72
Unit 8 Thread-Cutting Dies and Their Uses, 77
Unit 9 Off-Hand Grinding, 81
SECTION C
Dimensional Measurement, 87
Unit 1 Systems of Measurement, 103
Unit 2 Using Steel Rules, 107
Unit 3 Using Vernier, Dial, and Digital
Instruments for Direct
Measurements, 116
Unit 4 Using Micrometer Instruments, 125
Unit 5 Using Comparison Measuring Instruments, 146
Unit 6 Using Gage Blocks, 166
Unit 7 Using Angular Measuring Instruments, 174
Unit 8 Tolerances, Fits, Geometric Dimensions, and Statistical Process
Control (SPC), 183
SECTION D
Materials, 193
Unit 1 Selection and Identification of Steels, 197
Unit 2 Selection and Identification of Nonferrous Metals, 203
Unit 3 Hardening, Case Hardening, and Tempering, 209
Unit 4 Annealing, Normalizing, and Stress Relieving, 221
Unit 5 Rockwell and Brinell Hardness
Testers, 225
SECTION E
Layout, 235
Unit 1 Basic Semiprecision Layout Practice, 244
Unit 2 Basic Precision Layout Practice, 250
SECTION F
Preparation for Machining Operations, 263
Unit 1 Machinability and Chip Formation, 266
Unit 2 Speeds and Feeds for Machine Tools, 275
Unit 3 Cutting Fluids, 279
Unit 4 Using Carbides and Other Tool Materials, 284
SECTION G
Sawing Machines, 301
Unit 1 Using Reciprocating and Horizontal Band Cutoff Machines, 313
Unit 2 Abrasive and Cold Saws, 323
Unit 3 Preparing to Use the Vertical Band Machine, 326
Unit 4 Using the Vertical Band Machine, 335
SECTION H
Drilling Machines, 341
Unit 1 The Drill Press, 346
Unit 2 Drilling Tools, 349
Unit 3 Hand Grinding of Drills on the Pedestal Grinder, 358
Unit 4 Operating Drilling Machines, 362
Unit 5 Countersinking and Counterboring, 374
Unit 6 Reaming in the Drill Press, 377
SECTION I
Turning Machines, 383
Unit 1 The Engine Lathe, 391
Unit 2 Toolholders and Toolholding for the Lathe, 399
Unit 3 Cutting Tools for the Lathe, 405
Unit 4 Lathe Spindle Tooling, 413
Unit 5 Operating the Machine Controls, 420
Unit 6 Facing and Center Drilling, 425
Unit 7 Turning between Centers, 435
Unit 8 Alignment of the Lathe Centers, 448
Unit 9 Other Lathe Operations, 451
Unit 10 Sixty-Degree Thread Information and Calculations, 465
Unit 11 Cutting Unified External Threads, 470
Unit 12 Cutting Unified Internal Threads, 481
Unit 13 Cutting Tapers, 485
Unit 14 Using Steady and Follower Rests, 496
Unit 15 Additional Thread Forms, 502
Unit 16 Cutting Acme Threads on the  Lathe, 507
SECTION J
Vertical Milling Machines, 511
Unit 1 Vertical Spindle Milling Machines, 514
Unit 2 Cutting Tools and Cutter Holders for the Vertical Milling Machine, 517
Unit 3 Setups on the Vertical Milling Machine, 523
Unit 4 Vertical Milling Machine Operations, 530
Unit 5 Using the Offset Boring Head, 540
SECTION K
Horizontal Spindle Milling Machines, 545
Unit 1 Horizontal Spindle Milling Machines, 549
Unit 2 Types of Spindles, Arbors, and Adapters, 553
Unit 3 Arbor-Driven Milling Cutters, 556
Unit 4 Work-Holding Methods and Standard Setups, 562
Unit 5 Machine Setup and Plain Milling, 567
Unit 6 Using Side Milling Cutters, 577
Unit 7 Using Face Milling Cutters on the Horizontal Milling Machine, 581
SECTION L
Grinding and Abrasive Machining Processes, 585
Unit 1 Selection and Identification of Grinding Wheels, 598
Unit 2 Truing, Dressing, and Balancing of Grinding Wheels, 606
Unit 3 Grinding Fluids, 612
Unit 4 Horizontal Spindle Reciprocating Table Surface Grinders, 617
Unit 5 Work Holding on the Surface Grinder, 621
Unit 6 Using the Surface Grinder, 625
Unit 7 Problems and Solutions in Surface Grinding, 632
Unit 8 Center-Type Cylindrical Grinders, 635
Unit 9 Using the Cylindrical Grinder, 641
Unit 10 Universal Tool and Cutter Grinder, 645
SECTION M
Computer Numerical Control and Other Advanced Machining
Processes, 659
Unit 1 CNC Machine Tool Programmable Axes and Position Dimensioning
Systems, 668
Unit 2 CNC Programming, 673
Unit 3 CNC Tooling, 705
Unit 4 Other Advanced Machining Processes, 718
APPENDIX 1
Answers to Self-Tests, 726
APPENDIX 2
General Tables, 751
Table 1 Decimal Equivalents of Fractional Inches, 752
Table 2 Inch/Metric Conversion Table, 753
Table 3 Tap Drill Sizes, 755
Table 4 Metric Tap Drill Sizes, 756
Table 5A Tapers, 757
Table 5B Tapers and Angles, 758
Table 6 General Measurements, 759
Table 7A Density or Specific Gravity of Metals and Alloys, 761
Table 7B Approximate Melting Points of Metals and Various
Substances, 762
Table 8 Right-Triangle Solution Formulas, 763
Table 9 Wire Gages and Metric Equivalents, 764
Table 10 Cutting Speeds for Commonly Used Materials, 765
Table 10A Feeds for High-Speed Steel End Mills, 765
Table 10B Coolants and Cutting Oils Used for General Machining, 765

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