For courses in Introduction to Manufacturing Processes in Engineering, Technology, Industrial Technology, and Manufacturing Technology programs.
This practical text is devoted to the many ways in which raw materials are economically converted into useful products—grouping together discussions of large-scale processes (materials addition, removal, and change), followed by coverage of applications. It allows students to build a thorough foundational knowledge of similarities and differences in processes, and to then understand how to choose the optimal processes for a specific project. Throughout the narrative, consideration is given to economies of time and material, to environmental consequences, and to the safety of various processes and procedures...as well as to presenting the most current, industry-sanctioned processes being used today.
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Manufacturing Processes for Technology, Second Edition, begins with the fundamentals of manufacturing and includes updated and expanded coverage of the properties of materials. The various manufacturing processes are introduced in the first chapter and covered in some detail in the subsequent chapters. The text also includes information on safety and production control.
This new edition of the text includes updated and expanded information on manufacturing with plastics and composites.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110130177911
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