Erik Oberg, Franklin D. Jones, Henry H. Ryffel and Christopher J. McCauley
Industrial Press; Inc.; 30th edition
For more than a hundred years; Machinery’s Handbook 30th edition has been one of the most popular reference work in metalworking; engineering; design and manufacturing facilities; and technical schools; colleges and universities throughout the world. It is universally acknowledged as an comprehensive; extraordinarily authoritative; and practical tool; providing its users with the most fundamental and essential aspects of sophisticated manufacturing practice. The 30th edition of the “Bible of the Metalworking Industries” contains major revisions of existing content; as well as a lot of new material on a variety of topics. It is the essential reference for manufacturing; mechanical; and industrial engineers; draftsmen; machinists; toolmakers; designers; engineering and technology students; and the serious home hobbyist.
New to the 30th Edition:
- New fluid power section covering hydraulic; pneumatic;and vacuum theory and applications.
- Expanded metrology section; including v-blocks and vernier; micrometer; and dial calipers.
- New powder metallurgy section; including additive manufacturing.
- Even more useful specs; including tap drill sizes for Unified threads; mesh and grit sizes; reaming allowances for drilling; rules for figuring tapers; and assembly with pins and studs.
- Recently added information on sheet metal and presses; keys and key-ways; taps and tapping; shaft alignment; helical coil screw thread inserts; miniature screws; metric screw threads; fluid mechanics; statistics; solid geometry; calculating hole coordinates and thread dimensions; and distinguishing between bolts and screws.
Plus + + +
- Comprehensive tables of contents at the beginning of each section and extensive indexing.
- Updated standards.
- Expanded metric content.
- Many thoroughly renovated and reworked and sections throughout.
- Hundreds of new and thousands of refined and redone equations and illustrations.