Fundamentals of Manufacturing For Engineers by T F Waters

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A topic common to most engineering degrees is a basic manufacturing module. This book provides the first course in the principles of manufacturing processes, which should serve as a foundation for more advanced study. The book is intended for undergraduate engineers on combined general, mechanical and production engineering degrees, and those on HND/BTEC engineering courses. Fundamentals of Manufacturing for Engineers takes the student through the fundamental principles and practices of modern manufacturing processes in a lively and informative fashion. It covers topics such as casting, plastics, joining, polymers and rubbers, surface treatments and finishes, cutting CNC, productivity and automation and quality assurance. A scene-setting chapter also discusses the current economic position of the manufacturing sector. Key features: * A clear and practical textbook * Suitable as a one-stop teaching text for students of engineering * Accessible and authoritative presentation * An ideal primer for undergraduate engineering modules
 

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Published April 17, 2007 by Taylor & Francis. 334 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Professional & Technical, Computers & Technology, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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