Drills, Taps and Dies

Drills, Taps and Dies

Author: Tubal Cain

Publisher: Fountain PressLtd

ISBN: 0852428669

Category: Drilling and boring

Page: 104

View: 628

Drilling true, correctly dimensioned holes and cutting accurate threads are basic requirements in all engineering work. This book looks at this subject, and includes tables of all the tools available and explains the difference in various types of drill and their practical application.

Handbook of Small Tools Comprising Threading Tools, Taps, Dies, Cutters, Drills, and Reamers - Together with a Complete Treatise on Screw-Thread Systems

Handbook of Small Tools Comprising Threading Tools, Taps, Dies, Cutters, Drills, and Reamers - Together with a Complete Treatise on Screw-Thread Systems

Author: Erik Oberg

Publisher:

ISBN: 1528709187

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 528

View: 225

First published in 1908, this vintage book contains a complete handbook on many different types of small tools, including threading tools, reamers, drills, taps, dies, cutters, and more. "Handbook of Small Tools" offers detailed information on the design and construction on small cutting tools, as well as chapters dealing with the different methods of creating screw threads. Written in clear, simple language and containing useful diagrams and tables, this volume will prove to be an invaluable resource for the tools-maker, draftsman, foreman, inspector, and others with an interest in the subject. Contents include: "The United States Standard Thread," "Formulas for Determining the Number of Threads per Inch," "Principal Requirements for a Desirable Screw Thread," "The Sharp V-Thread," "Comparison Between the United States Standard and the Sharp V-Thread," "The Advantages of the Fine Pitches," "Points of Advantage of the Sharp V-Thread," etc. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with the original text and artwork.

Woldman's Engineering Alloys

Woldman's Engineering Alloys

Author: John P. Frick

Publisher: ASM International

ISBN: 9780871706911

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1369

View: 302

Annotation New edition of a reference that presents the values of properties typical for the most common alloy processing conditions, thus providing a starting point in the search for a suitable material that will allow, with proper use, all the necessary design limitations to be met (strength, toughness, corrosion resistance and electronic properties, etc.) The data is arranged alphabetically and contains information on the manufacturer, the properties of the alloy, and in some cases its use. The volume includes 32 tables that present such information as densities, chemical elements and symbols, physical constants, conversion factors, specification requirements, and compositions of various alloys and metals. Also contains a section on manufacturer listings with contact information. Edited by Frick, a professional engineering consultant. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).