Machinerys handbook pocket companion by Richard P Pohanish

Machinery’s Handbook Pocket Companion by Richard P Pohanish

Machinerys handbook pocket companion by Richard P Pohanish

Contents of Machinery’s Pocket Companion

  • MATHEMATICAL FORMULAS AND TABLES
  • Areas and Dimensions of Figures
  • Circular Sector
  • Circular Segment
  • Circular Ring
  • Circular Ring Sector
  • Spandrel or Fillet
  • Ellipse
  • Parabola
  • Formulas for Polygons
  • Segments of Circles
  • Geometrical Propositions
  • Trigonometric Relationships
  • Signs of Trigonometric Functions
  • Relationships Among Angles
  • Law of Sines
  • Law of Cosines
  • Solution of Triangles
  • Solution of Right–Angle
  • Triangles
  • Solution of Oblique–Angle
  • Triangles
  • Tables of Trigonometric
  • Functions
  • Formulas for Compound Angles
  • Length of Chords of Circles
  • Coordinates for Locating Equally
  • Spaced Holes
  • Decimal Equivalents, Squares,
  • Cubes, Square Roots, Cube
  • Roots, and Logarithms
  • Diameter, Circumference and
  • Area of Circles
  • MEASUREMENT AND
  • INSPECTION
  • Sine Bars
  • Calculation Using Sine Bars
  • Measuring Tapers with Vee–block
  • and Sine Bar
  • Constants for Setting Sine Bar
  • Measurement of Angles and
  • Tapers
  • Rules for Figuring Tapers
  • Tapers per Foot and
  • Corresponding Angles
  • Gage Block Sets – Inch Sizes
  • Measuring Dovetail Slides
  • MEASUREMENT AND INSPECTION
  • Checking a V– shaped Groove by
  • Measurement Over Pins
  • Diameters of Wires for Measuring
  • Whitworth Screw Threads
  • Formulas for Checking Pitch
  • Diameters of Screw Threads
  • Three-Wire Method Applied to
  • Buttress Threads
  • Constants in Formulas for
  • Measuring the Pitch Diameters
  • STANDARD TAPERS
  • Morse Taper
  • Morse Standard Taper Shanks
  • Dimensions of Morse Taper
  • Sleeves
  • Spindle Noses for Milling
  • Machines
  • Dimensions for Spindle Nose with
  • Large Flange
  • Dimensions of Tool Shanks for
  • Milling Machines
  • Dimensions of V-flange Tool
  • Shanks
  • Dimensions of V-flange Tool
  • Shank Retention Knobs
  • THREADS
  • Thread Classes
  • Sharp V-thread
  • Unified Internal and External
  • Screw Thread Design Profiles
  • Fine-Thread Series
  • Unified Screw Thread Series
  • Basic Dimensions, Taper Pipe
  • Threads
  • Metric Screw Threads M Profile
  • M Profile Definitions
  • Formulas for Limiting
  • Dimensions
  • M Profile Data
  • Internal Metric Thread
  • External Metric Thread
  • FASTENER INFORMATION
  • Grade Identification Marks
  • Applicability of Hexagon and
  • Spline Keys and Bits
  • Hexagon and Spline Socket Head
  • Cap Screws
  • Socket Head Cap Screws Metric
  • Series
  • Hexagon and Spline Socket Set
  • Screws
  • Drill and Counterbore Sizes
  • Hexagon and Spline Socket Flat
  • Countersunk Head Cap Screws
  • Slotted Flat Countersunk Head
  • Cap Screws
  • Hardened Ground Machine Dowel
  • Pins
  • Hardened Ground Production
  • Dowel Pins
  • Chamfered and Square End
  • Straight Pins
  • Standard Straight Pins
  • Standard Taper Pins
  • Parallel Steel Dowel Pins
  • Spring Pins
  • Slotted Type Spring Pins
  • T-Nuts
  • Wrench Openings
  • Wrench Clearences
  • Bolts and Screws Specification
  • Primary Criteria
  • British Unified Machine Screws
  • and Nuts
  • British Standard Whitworth and
  • Fine Machine Screws
  • CUTTING FLUIDS
  • Recommendations for Turning and
  • Milling
  • Recommendations for Drilling and
  • Tapping
  • DRILLING AND REAMING
  • Generally Used Drill Point Angles
  • US and Metric Size Commercial
  • Drills
  • Drilling Difficulties
  • Combined Drills and
  • Countersinks
  • DRILLING AND REAMING
  • Counterboring
  • Length of Point on Twist Drills
  • Solid Counterbores with Integral
  • Pilot
  • Solid Carbide Square Boring
  • Tools
  • Reamers
  • Reamer Terms
  • Reamer Difficulties
  • TAPPING
  • Tap Terms
  • Tap Dimensions, Inch and Metric
  • Threading Formulas
  • Tapping Specific Materials
  • Tap Drill Sizes for Threads
  • Tap Drills and Clearance Drills
  • Tap Drills for Pipe Taps
  • Tapping Drill Sizes for ISO
  • Metric
  • Tap Drill or Core Hole Sizes
  • SPEEDS AND FEEDS
  • Cutting Speeds for Plain Carbon
  • and Alloy Steels
  • Cutting Speeds for Ferrous Cast
  • Metals
  • Cutting Speeds for Stainless
  • Steels
  • Cutting Speeds for Tool Steels
  • Cutting Speeds for Light Metals
  • Cutting Speeds for Titanium
  • Alloys
  • Cutting Speeds for Superalloys
  • Cutting Speeds for Copper Alloys
  • Adjustment Factors for Turning
  • with HSS Tools
  • Feeds for Milling with HSS Cutters
  • RPM for Drills of Number and
  • Letter Sizes
  • RPM for Various Cutting Speeds
  • and Diameters
  • Speeds and Feeds in Diamond
  • Grinding
  • Speeds and Feeds for Drilling
  • Holes in Plastics
  • Sawing Plastics Materials
  • MILLING CUTTERS
  • Milling Cutter Terms
  • End Mill Terms
  • Sharpening Milling Cutters
  • Grinding Wheels for Sharpening Cutters
  • Wheel Speeds and Feeds for
  • Sharpening Milling Cutters
  • Clearance Angles for Milling
  • Cutter Teeth
  • Rake Angles for Milling Cutters
  • Set-ups Used in Grinding
  • Clearance Angle on Milling
  • Cutter Teeth
  • Multiple- and Two-Flute Single-
  • End Helical End Mills
  • Multiple-Flute Medium Helix
  • Single-End End Mills
  • Form Relieved Corner Rounding
  • Cutters
  • Two-Flute, High Helix Single-
  • End End Mills with Weldon
  • Shanks
  • Two-Flute, Medium Helix, Plainand
  • Ball-End, Single-End End
  • Mills
  • Three- and Four-Flute, Medium
  • Helix, Center Cutting, Single-
  • End End Mills
  • -Degree Single Angle Milling
  • Cutters
  • Key Size Versus Shaft Diameter
  • Keys and Keyways for Milling
  • Cutters
  • Woodruff Keyseat Cutters
  • KEYS AND KEYSEATS
  • Depth Control Values for Shaft
  • and Hub
  • Fits for Parallel and Taper Keys
  • Plain and Gib Head Keys
  • Depth of Keyseat
  • Woodruff Keys and Keyseats
  • Woodruff Keyseat Dimensions
  • BROACHING
  • Pitch of Broach Teeth
  • Data for Surface Broaches
  • Broaching Pressure
  • Causes of Broaching Difficulties
  • CUTTING TOOLS FOR TURNING
  • Cutting Tool Terms
  • Chipbreakers
  • Chipbreakers
  • Identification System for
  • Indexable Inserts
  • Standard Shank Sizes for
  • Indexable Insert Holders
  • Letter Symbols for Qualification
  • of Tool Holders
  • Numerical Control Tooling
  • Insert Radius Compensation
  • Threading Tool Insert Radius
  • Compensation
  • Cemented Carbides
  • Classifications of Hardmetals
  • MACHINING OPERATIONS
  • Machining Aluminum
  • Machining Magnesium
  • Machining Zinc Alloy Die-
  • Castings
  • Machining Monel and Nickel
  • Alloys
  • Machining Copper Alloys
  • Machining Hard Rubber
  • General Turning Practical Tips
  • Tool Troubleshooting
  • Common Tool Faults, Failures,
  • and Cures
  • COMPUTER NUMERICAL
  • CONTROL
  • Format Classification
  • G-Code Addresses
  • Letter Addresses
  • Miscellaneous Functions
  • GRINDING WHEELS
  • Grinding Wheel Safety
  • Handling, Storage and Inspection
  • Machine Conditions
  • Grinding Wheel Mounting
  • Safe Operating Speeds
  • RPM of Various Grinding Speeds
  • and Wheel Diameters
  • Portable Grinders
  • Maximum Peripheral Speeds for
  • Grinding Wheels
  • Principal System of Surface
  • Grinding Diagrams
  • Periphery of Wheel
  • Face (Side) of Wheel
  • Recommendations for Surface
  • Grinding
  • Common Faults and Possible
  • Causes in Surface Grinding
  • Grinding Wheel Markings
  • Sequence of Markings
  • Composition of Diamond and
  • Cubic Boron Nitride Wheels
  • Conventional Abrasives Grinding
  • Wheel Recommendations
  • Shapes and Sizes of Grinding
  • Wheels
  • Standard Shapes and Inch Size
  • Ranges
  • Standard Shapes and Metric Size
  • Ranges
  • Standard Shapes of Grinding
  • Wheel Faces
  • Diamond Wheel Core Shapes and
  • Designations
  • Diamond Wheel Cross-sections
  • and Designations
  • Designations for Location of
  • Diamond Section
  • Designation Letters for Diamond
  • Wheels
  • Wheel Type and Abrasive
  • Specification
  • Standard Shapes and Inch Sizes of
  • Mounted Wheels and Points
  • Standard Shapes and Metric Sizes
  • of Mounted Wheels and Points
  • Lapping Lubricants
  • Sharpening Carbide Tools
  • Silicon Carbide Wheels
  • (Continued)
  • GRINDING WHEELS
  • Diamond Wheels, Grits and
  • Grades
  • Diamond Concentration
  • Dry Versus Wet Grinding of
  • Carbide Tools
  • Coolants for Carbide Tool
  • Grinding
  • Peripheral Versus Flat Side
  • Grinding
  • Lapping Carbide Tools
  • Chip Breaker Grinding
  • GEARING
  • Gear Tooth Nomenclature
  • Gear Tooth Forms
  • Formulas for Standard Spur Gears
  • Circular Pitch in Gears
  • Series of Involute, Finishing Gear
  • Milling Cutters
  • Gear Design Based upon Module
  • System
  • Tooth Form for Spur and Bevel
  • Gears
  • Tooth Dimensions Based Upon
  • Module System
  • Module System of Gearing
  • Equivalent Diametral Pitches,
  • Circular Pitches, and Metric
  • Modules
  • Measurement of Gear Tooth
  • Checking Spur Gear Size by
  • Chordal Measurement
  • Chordal Measurements over Spur
  • Gear Teeth
  • Number of Teeth Included in
  • Chordal Measurement
  • Formulas for Chordal Dimensions
  • PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
  • Standard Steel Classification
  • Classification of Tool Steels
  • System of Designating Carbon
  • and Alloy Steels
  • Classification,Compositions, and
  • Properties of Tool and Die
  • Steels
  • Quick Reference Guide for Tool
  • Steel Selection
  • PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
  • Molybdenum High-Speed Steels
  • Hot Work Tool Steels
  • Tungsten High-Speed Tool Steel
  • Cold Work Tool Steels
  • Shock Resisting, Mold Tool Steels
  • Temperature of Steel as Indicated
  • by Color
  • Comparative Hardness Scales for
  • Steel
  • Weights of Various Metals and
  • Shapes
  • Thermal Properties of Various
  • Metals
  • Characteristics of Plastics
  • Working With Plastics
  • STANDARDS FOR DRAWINGS
  • Shop Prints, Reading and
  • Interpreting
  • Symbols for Section Lining
  • ANSI and ISO Symbols
  • Symbols for Datum Referencing
  • SURFACE TEXTURE
  • Surface Texture Symbols
  • Roughness Sampling Length
  • Roughness Average Values
  • Waviness Height Values
  • Lay Symbols
  • Example Designations
  • Application of Symbols
  • Surface Roughness Produced by
  • Common Production Methods
  • ALLOWANCES AND
  • TOLERANCES
  • Limits and Fits
  • Preferred Basic Sizes
  • Tolerances and Allowances
  • Standard Tolerances
  • Relation of Machining Processes
  • to Tolerance Grades
  • Tolerances for Cylindrical Parts
  • Designation of Standard Fits
  • Graphical Representation of
  • Limits and Fits
  • Running and Sliding Fits
  • Clearance Locational Fits
  • ALLOWANCES AND
  • (Continued)
  • TOLERANCES
  • Transition Locational Fits
  • Interference Locational Fits
  • Force and Shrink Fits
  • Preferred Metric Limits and Fits
  • Preferred Metric Sizes
  • Preferred Fits
  • Terms for Preferred Fits
  • Preferred Hole Basis Metric
  • Clearance Fits
  • Hole Basis Metric Transition and
  • Interference Fits
  • Preferred Shaft Basis Metric
  • Clearance Fits
  • Preferred Shaft Basis Metric
  • Transition and Interference Fits
  • Gagemakers Tolerances
  • Relation of Machining Processes
  • to IT Tolerance Grades
  • Usage of IT Tolerance Grades
  • CONVERSION FACTORS
  • Metric Conversion Factors
  • Factors and Prefixes of SI Units
  • Inch to Millimeter and Inch to
  • Centimeter
  • Decimals of an Inch to
  • Millimeters
  • Millimeters to Inches
  • Fractional Inch to Millimeter and
  • Foot to Millimeter
  • Thousandths of an Inch to
  • Millimeters
  • Greek Letters and Standard
  • Abbreviations
  • Roman Numerals
  • Rounding off Numbers
  • Commonly Used Constants
  • Weights and Volumes

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