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Manufacturing Industry

 

From Machinery's Handbook — the "Bible of the mechanical industries" — to manufacturing technology to manufacturing process and materials to assembly automation to inspection and gaging to value analysis tear–down to lapping and polishing to purchasing, Industrial Press offers a wide range of resources vital to the manufacture of products and materials.

 

  1. Sheet Metal Stamping Dies

    This is a Print-On-Demand book and is printed upon receipt of your order. It is not returnable except for product defects. Delivery will take approximately 10 to 14 days.

     

    Concentrating on simple, practical methods, this book will be an invaluable resource for anyone looking for detailed information about die design and the manufacture of stamping dies, particularly practicing die designers, press engineers, tool and die maintenance technicians, students of die design, and advanced apprentice die makers.

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    $49.95
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  2. Programmable Logic Controllers

    This book has been written for the undergraduate PLC course that introduces the student to a broad range of knowledge and skills that are essential to using PLCs to implement control schemes in a variety of industries. The text is comprehensive in that it covers control logic design, PLC hardware and software, PLC instructions, and PLC programming.

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    $99.95
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  3. Mass Finishing Handbook (eBook only)

    Compiled from the author’s 40 years of research and, this detailed handbook provides “how-to” details of all mass finishing/loose abrasive finishing processes that experienced finishers will find as useful as the first-time user. It covers 16 basic mass finishing processes, including vibratory, centrifugal disc, magnetic abrasive, cryogenic, and chemical-assisted processes—offering data and charts based on thousands of measurements to make process selection easier. In addition to providing case histories and a host of practical tips, it also discusses mass finishing economics, edge requirements, surface requirements, side effects, the impact of burr size and part definition, media, and compounds. Whether you’re a manufacturing engineer buying a machine for the first time, or a shop foreman, or an experienced user who is looking for ideas for more economical approaches; this is the perfect resource for you!


    Note that this book is no longer available in printed form, but it is available as an eBook.

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    $130.00
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  4. Guide to Hard Milling and High Speed Machining

    This volume is a continuation of author's first book, Hard Milling & High Speed Machining: Tools of Change. It featured different cutters developed for hard milling and high speed machining. In this current guide, you will find yet more variables associated with this process. In this book six machine manufacturers are covered in the first six chapters: Mikron, Okuma, Yasda, Roku Roku, Johnford and Moore. They explain the different approaches to building machines for this process. Also covered are two holder manufacturers Heartech Precision and Big Kaiser, one probe and laser manufacturer Blum. Furthermore the author includes some of his most recent development work done on hard-to-machine materials and new cutters on the market today.

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    $69.95
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  5. A Roadmap to Green Supply Chains

    This book shows the relationship between the sustainability movement and supply chains. It provides a guide for supply chain professionals, as well as government officials, corporate executives, and institutional leaders on how to direct their purchasing power so that they source products that not only fill the needs of their organizations, but that also contribute to the health and well-being of the planet.  The author, Dr. Kevin Lyons, Ph.D., combined his experiences as the Chief Procurement Officer at Rutgers University with his own unique supply chain archaeology. His archaeological research involved sifting through garbage dumps where he examined the discarded products he procured for the university.  Working backwards, he developed systems and techniques for making sure sustainable products entered the supply chain from the start. And once they no longer served their intended purpose, they were recycled or reused.

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    $79.95
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