Audel Machine Shop Basics

ISBN-10: 076455526X

ISBN-13: 9780764555268

Edition: 5th 2004 (Revised)

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Description: Machinists use machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, and spindles, to produce precision metal parts and the machine operator or vocational student must know the basics to succeed as a machinists. This book introduces the fundamentals of machine shop practice.

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Book details

List price: $32.95
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/30/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Introduction
Benchwork
The Bench and Bench Tools
Vises
Hammers
Chisels
Flat Chisel
Cape Chisel
Diamond-Point Chisel
Round-Nose Chisel
Hacksaws
Files
How to File
Drawfiling
File Characteristics
Scrapers
How to Use a Scraper
Scraper Classifications
Summary
Review Questions
Precision Measurement and Gaging
Micrometer Calipers
Vernier Micrometer Calipers
Vernier Calipers
Bevel Protractors
Dial Indicators
Gages
Surface Gage
Height Gage
Depth Gage
Snap Gage
Plug Gage
Ring Gage
Taper Gage
Center Gage
Screw-Pitch Gage
Tap and Drill Gage
Thickness or Feeler Gage
Wire Gage
U.S. Standard Gage for Sheet and Plate Iron and Steel
Effects of Temperature and Weight on Precision Tools
Electronic Caliper Depth Gages
Electronic Digital Micrometer
Summary
Review Questions
Materials
Properties
Desirable Properties
Definition of Properties
Metals
Ferrous Metals
Nonferrous Metals
Refractory Metals
Nonferrous Alloys
Nonmetals
Tests of Materials
Elasticity and Plasticity
Stress and Strain
Tensile Strength
Ductility
Toughness
Hardness
Portable Hardness Tester
Brittleness
Relationship between Mechanical Properties and Hardness
Effects of Temperature
Summary
Review Questions
Abrasives
Structure of Abrasives
Natural Abrasives
Manufactured Abrasives
Composition of Abrasives
Silicon Carbide
Aluminum Oxide
Diamonds
Use of Abrasives in Grinding Wheels
Silicon Carbide Abrasives
Aluminum Oxide Abrasives
Diamond Abrasive
Summary
Review Questions
Grinding
Manufacture of Grinding Wheels
Natural Grindstones
Manufactured Abrasive Grinding Wheels
Bond Types in Grinding Wheels
Vitrified-Bond Grinding Wheels
Organic-Bonded Grinding Wheels
Silicate-Bonded Grinding Wheels
Grinding Wheel Markings
Abrasive Type
Grain Size
Grade
Structure
Bond or Process
Bond Modification Symbols
Factors Affecting Grinding Wheel Selection
Hardness of Material to Be Ground
Amount of Stock to Be Removed and Finish Required
Operation (Wet or Dry)
Wheel Speed
Area of Grinding Contact
Severity of Grinding Operation
Summary
Review Questions
Cutting Fluids
Coolant
Lubricants
Application of Cutting Fluids
Types of Cutting Fluids
Solid Lubricants
Summary
Review Questions
Cutting Tools
Action of Cutting Tools
Materials
Shapes and Uses of Cutting Tools
Terms Related to Cutting Tools
Cutting Tool Angles
Tool Angles
Working Angles
High-Speed Steel Lathe Tools
Summary
Review Questions
Cutter and Tool Grinders
Importance of Tool Sharpening
Cutter and Tool Sharpening
Lathe and Planer Tools
Twist-Drill Sharpening
Regrinding Tap Drills
Mounted Points and Wheels
Cutter-Sharpening Machines
Summary
Review Questions
Drills
Drill Standards
Twist Drill Terminology
Types of Drills
Shank
Body
Point
Drill-Bit Point Design
Special-Purpose Drills
Socket and Sleeve
Using the Twist Drill
Secure the Work
Cutting Oil
Speeds and Feeds
Clearance Drills
Drill Problems and Causes
Summary
Review Questions
Reamers
Types of Reamers
Hand Reamers
Machine Reamers
Use and Care of Reamers
Summary
Review Questions
Taps
Types of Taps
Hand Taps
Machine-Screw Taps
Pipe Taps
Nut Taps
Pulley Taps
Taper Taps
Special-Purpose Taps
Tap Selection
Classes of Thread
Summary
Review Questions
Threading Dies
Types of Dies
Solid Dies
Round-Split Dies
Two-Piece Adjustable Dies
Acorn Dies
Use of Dies to Cut Threads
Summary
Review Questions
Milling-Machine Cutters
Milling Operation
Classification of Milling Cutters
General Types of Milling Cutters
Plain Milling Cutters
Side Milling Cutters
End Mills
Angle Milling Cutters
Slitting Saws, Slotting Saws, and Miscellaneous Cutters
Form-Relieved Cutters
Hobs
Care of Milling Cutters
Speeds and Feeds
Speeds
Feeds
Summary
Review Questions
Milling-Machine Arbors, Collets, and Adapters
Arbors
Styles of Arbors
Methods of Driving the Cutters
Collets
Adapters
Summary
Review Questions
Broaches and Broaching
Broaching Principle
Types of Broaches
Shapes of Broaches
Internal and External Broaches
Pull or Push Broaches
Care and Sharpening of Broaches
Broaching Machines
Broaching Operations
Pull Broaching
Push Broaching
Surface Broaching
Round Broaching
Summary
Review Questions
Electrical Safety in the Machine Shop
Power Sources
Three-Phase Power
Power Panels
Raceways and Cable Trays
Motor Problems
Three-Phase Motor Symptoms
DC Motors
Motor Lubrication
Drum Switches
Safety in the Shop
Fire Extinguishers
Summary
Review Questions
Reference Materials
Miscellaneous Useful Facts
Metric Conversions
Metric and English Equivalent Measures
Length
English Conversion Table
Standard Metric to English Conversions
Water Factors
Weights of Steel and Brass Bars
Index
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