Jig and Fixture Design (5th Edition)


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The world’s demand for manufactured goods is growing at a staggering rate. Industry has responded to this demand with many new and sometimes radical ways of producing products. From the evolution of Computer Numerical Control and Computer Aided Manufacturing to today’s modern manufacturing concepts, such as Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS), Just In Time (JIT), and Statistical Process Control (SPC), the art of manufacturing has undergone many dramatic changes and advances. These changes have created a dire need for more cost-effective and efficient workholding methods and devices. As more manufacturing companies shift their emphasis toward a zero-parts inventory system to keep costs down and profits up, the need for efficient and cost-effective workholders is becoming increasingly important.

Despite the many advancements and changes in cutting tools, machine tools, and production methods, the basic requirement of holding the workpiece has remained constant. Every part produced must be held while it is machined, joined, or inspected or has any number of other operations performed on it. So, whether the operation requires a simple drill press, a multiple-axes computer, or numerically controlled machining center, the workpiece must be accurately located and securely held throughout the operation. The part, not the process, is the primary consideration in workholding.

Content:-
PREFACE
SECTION I: BASIC TYPES AND FUNCTIONS OF JIGS AND FIXTURES
UNIT 1: PURPOSE OF TOOL DESIGN
UNIT 2: TYPES AND FUNCTIONS OF JIGS AND FIXTURES
UNIT 3: SUPPORTING AND LOCATING PRINCIPLES
UNIT 4: CLAMPING AND WORKHOLDING PRINCIPLES
UNIT 5: BASIC CONSTRUCTION PRINCIPLES
SECTION II: CONSIDERATIONS OF DESIGN ECONOMICS
UNIT 6: DESIGN ECONOMICS
UNIT 7: DEVELOPING THE INITIAL DESIGN
UNIT 8: TOOL DRAWINGS
SECTION III: DESIGNING AND CONSTRUCTING JIGS AND FIXTURES
UNIT 9: TEMPLATE JIGS
UNIT 10: VISE-HELD AND PLATE FIXTURES
UNIT 11: PLATE JIGS
UNIT 12: ANGLE-PLATE JIGS AND FIXTURES
UNIT 13: CHANNEL AND BOX JIGS
UNIT 14: VISE-JAW JIGS AND FIXTURES
SECTION IV: SPECIALIZED WORKHOLDING TOPICS
UNIT 15: POWER WORKHOLDING
UNIT 16: MODULAR WORKHOLDING
UNIT 17: WELDING AND INSPECTION TOOLING
UNIT 18: LOW-COST JIGS AND FIXTURES
UNIT 19: TOOLING FOR NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED MACHINES
UNIT 20: SETUP REDUCTION FOR WORKHOLDING
UNIT 21: TOOL MATERIALS
APPENDIX
GLOSSARY
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
INDEX

Author Details
"Edward G. Hoff man"




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