Cutting Tool Technology - Industrial Handbook

Cutting Tool Technology - Industrial Handbook

von: Graham T. Smith

Springer-Verlag, 2008

ISBN: 9781848002050 , 600 Seiten

Format: PDF, OL

Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen

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Preis: 181,89 EUR

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Cutting Tool Technology - Industrial Handbook


It is a well acknowledged fact that virtually all of our modern-day components and assemblies rely to some extent on machining operations in their manufacturing process. Thus, there is clearly a substantive machining requirement which will continue to be of prime importance for the foreseeable future. Cutting Tool Technology provides a comprehensive guide to the latest developments in the use of cutting tool technology. The book covers new machining and tooling topics such as high-speed and hard-part machining, near-dry and dry-machining strategies, multi-functional tooling, 'diamond-like' and 'atomically-modified' coatings, plus many others. Also covered are subjects important from a research perspective, such as micro-machining and artificial intelligence coupled to neural network tool condition monitoring. A practical handbook complete with troubleshooting tables for common problems, Cutting Tool Technology is an invaluable reference for researchers, manufacturers and users of cutting tools.

Prof. Graham T. Smith is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institutions of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers. A founding member of the International Conference on Laser Metrology and Machine Performance, he went on to become the founder and Chairman of the International Conference on Industrial Tooling. A fully skilled craftsman from a heavy toolmaking background, the author has also lectured widely across both Europe and North America, while he continues to undertake industrial consultancy and Expert Witness litigation activities.