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Modern Manufacturing Processes

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Title: Modern Manufacturing Processes
Author: James Brown
ISBN: 0831130342 / 9780831130343
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 256
Publisher: Industrial Press
Year: 1991
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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This practical reference focuses on 28 of the most exciting developments in manufacturing processes and materials. Through in-depth discussions, Modern Manufacturing Processes explains what the new processes are and covers the advantages of each. Additionally, it will help you decide whether these processes are a viable alternative to what you are currently using.


Compares non-traditional and common manufacturing processes. Investigates competitive costs and explains how a non-traditional process can offer big savings. Illustrates how each process is used in industry.

Preface
Acknowledgements

Chapter 1 : Metal Injection Molding
Chapter 2 : Aluminum Brazing
Chapter 3 : Hardcoating
Chapter 4 : Titanium Nitride Coating for Superior Tool Performance
Chapter 5 : Poly-Ond
Chapter 6 : Electrolizing
Chapter 7 : Powder Coating
Chapter 8 : Electroforming
Chapter 9 : Electrical Discharge Machining
Chapter 10 : Abrasive Waterjet Cutting
Chapter 11 : Magneform
Chapter 12 : Fineblanking
Chapter 13 : Cold Forging – Coining
Chapter 14 : Hydroforming
Chapter 15 : Metal Spinning
Chapter 16 : Shearforming
Chapter 17 : Orbital Cold Forging
Chapter 18 : Roll Forming
Chapter 19 : Thermal Energy Deburring
Chapter 20 : Abrasive Flow Deburring
Chapter 21 : Electrochemical Deburring
Chapter 22 : Electrochemical Machining
Chapter 23 : Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Chapter 24 : Advanced Composites
Chapter 25 : Ultrasonic Technology
Chapter 26 : Hot Isostatic Pressing
Chapter 27 : Lapping, Polishing, Honing
Chapter 28 : Ceramics

 
 
 
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