5 edition of Principles of jig and tool design found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] M. H. A. Kempster.|
|LC Classifications||TJ1187 .K4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 296 p.|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||71468357|
This new book, "Jig and Fixture Design," contains that part of the volume on "Drilling Practice and Jig Design" which dealt with jigs and fixtures. This material was used because it is a treatise on the principles of jig and fixture design which contains information that is indispensable in a book of this kind. Lectures on the tooling design are given with enough practical and standard information to validate the basic concepts and their application. Design exercises would be used to demonstrate the principles. Octo Nageswara Rao Posinasetti 9 Text book David Spitler (Chief Tech Rev.), Fundamentals of Tool Design, Fifth Edition,File Size: KB.
Written for designers, machinists, and manufacturing engineers, this information-dense, quick-reference guide bridges the gap between academic theory and industrial practice and delivers; detailed advice on how to choose the best jig or fixture to achieve a specific result; thorough discussion of the basic principles of tool design; practical tips for shop setup; rules of thumb for estimating. When designing a workholder, always try to minimize the chip problem by removing areas of the tool where chips can build up. Omit areas such as inside corners, unrelieved pins, or similar features from the design. Chip control must be addressed in the design of any jig or fixture. Avoiding Redundant Location.
Item #: MY Manufacturer: Industrial Press Mfg #: Technical Specifications: •Brand Name: Industrial Press •Title: Jig and Fixture Design Manual Description: •By Eric K. Henriksen , pp., illus. •Features: Describes fixture components in full Presents the fundamental principles for efficiently combining the components into successful fixtures Applies basic engineering Brand: ET Free machine shop practice books Download free and public domain books on machine shop practice, tool making, jigs, fixtures and gauge making, etc. McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, NEW YORK, A treatise covering the principles of jig and fixture design, the important constructional details, and many different types of work-holding devices.
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For those engineers and designers that need to learn jig and fixture design, this is THE book to get. Very systematic and extremely thorough in presenting the fundamentals, process, analysis, and evaluation of jig & fixture design.
Great book for all mechanical engineers and designers to have in their library/5(10). Jig & Fixture Handbook Download the Kindle version of the Carr Lane Jig & Fixture Handbook (Third Edition) on Amazon.
This handbook is a multi-chapter, illustrated reference manual featuring step-by-step instructions on Jigs and Fixtures with information on hundreds of components. This book is suitable to the engineering students of B.E.
for those wish to gain a sound knowledge and understanding of the principles of Design of Jigs, Fixtures, and Press Tools. This book is. Principles of jig and tool design. [Maurice Henry Albert Kempster] -- For students of production engineering.
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Principles of jig and tool design by Maurice Henry Albert Kempster,English Universities P. edition, in EnglishCited by: 1. Details of Jig Design. The general principles of the design and use of jigs have been explained. The details of jig design will now be considered.
Generally speaking, the most im-portant parts of a jig are the guide bushings for the drills and other tools, the clamping devices, and the locating points. Topics also include: tool materials, cutting tool design, workholding principles, jig design, fixture design, design of pressworking tools, joining processes, inspection and gaging, modular tooling and automated tool handling, CIM/CAD/CAM technology, 3-D solid modeling, and more.
Jig and fixture design is based upon a number of fundamental principles but there are no hard and fast rules. The jig tool designer is likely to meet a new problem on almost every component he handles, but the underlying principles will be found to be similar.
Textbook presenting the fundamentals of tool design with special focus on jigs, fixtures and die design Covers sections on sheet metal forming processes; turning, grinding, broaching, welding and modular fixtures; principles of clamping; and an Introduction to Presses and Auxiliary Equipment Author has many years experience in both academic and industrial environments, and presents this work.
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This site is like a library, Use search. Description: This Book A Textbook of machine tools and tool Design is the result of persistent demand from the students and teachers of various Technical Institutes affiliate to university of Tamil book fully covers the contents of the syllabi of two courses:MEMachine Tools and MEDesign of jigs,Fixtures and press Tools.
Each chapter details the "nuts & bolts" of tool design-- such as material science, tool layout, cost analysis, calculating economical lot sizes, safety, and more. Check the content of this book here. 2- Jig and fixture design, 5th Edition, Hoffman, ISBN: About the book.
Locating and Workholding Principles Jig Design. By emphasizing similarities among types and styles, Jig and Fixture Design, 5E speeds readers to a complete understanding of the why's and how's of designing and building a variety of different workholders for manufacturing. From simple template and plate-type jigs to complex channel and box-type tooling, this newly revised edition features more than illustrations of tools and 4/5(13).
The jig and fixture are tools used for holding the work piece in a correct location for mass production. Various types of fixtures (like drilling fixtures, milling fixtures, and welding fixtures) are used in industry. The method is the fundamental principle for all types of.
I have an amazing book called 'Jig and fixture design manual' by Henriksen. It's a bit old: mine was published inbut it's beautifully organised and illustrated and explains the principles which are all still valid. You can pick up a 2nd hand copy very cheaply.
All best, Richard. A jig differs from a fixture in the sense that it guides the tool to its to get design inputs for jigs and fixtures. The list of such factors is mentioned below: example which is available in any of the book covering jigs and fixtures.
It is important that one should understand the problem Size: KB. Jig and Fixture Design Manual By Erik K. Henriksenpp., illus., ISBN:$ Written for the experienced engineer as well as the student, this comprehensive and easy-to-understand reference presents the fundamental principles.
Full text of "Jig and fixture design, a treatise covering the principles of jig and fixture design, the important constructional details, and many different types of work-holding devices used in interchangeable manufacture" See other formats.Jig and fixture design book is a collection of ideas and concepts in jig fixture design through years of practical experience, especially in clamping devices, metal fixtures, drilling jigs, milling fixtures, inspection fixture etc.
"Jig and fixture design book " is specially designed for mechanical designers, machinists, and manufacturing engineers. : Jigs and Fixtures: Non Standard Clamping Devices: A neatly conceived and well executed book on jigs and fixture design, it bridges the gap between academic theory and industrial practice.
The book discusses in details the basic principles of tool design. Check-points for common errors in design are provided for facilitating systematic checking of drawings.4/5(1).