Modular Design for Machine Tools

Modular Design for Machine Tools by Yoshimi Ito

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Harness the Latest Modular Design Methods to Increase Productivity, Save Time, and Reduce Costs in Manufacturing

Machine designers and toolmakers can turn to Modular Design for Machine Tools for a complete guide to designing and building machines using modular design methods. The information and techniques presented in this skills-building book will enable readers to shorten machine design time...improve reliability…reduce costs…and simplify service and repair.

Packed with over 100 detailed illustrations, this essential resource explores the basics of modular design…the methodology of machine tools… the description and application of machine tools…interfacial structural configuration in modular design…stationary and sliding joints…model theory and testing…and much more. Comprehensive and easy-to-use, Modular Design for Machine Tools includes:

Expert classification of machine tool joints

Concise definitions of machine tool joints and characteristics

Similarity evaluations of structural configurations

Design formulas and features of single flat joints under dynamic loading

Solved examples that illustrate and prove formulas

Hard-to-find graphs for gear design, comparative tables for machine tool drives, and simplified electrical circuit designs

Inside This Cutting-Edge Modular Design Guide

• Part 1: Engineering Guide to Modular Design and Description/Methodology of Machine Tools • What Is Modular Design? • Engineering Guide to and Future Perspectives on Modular Design • Description of Machine Tools • Application of Machine Tools to Engineering Design • Part 2: Engineering Design for Machine Tool Joints-Interfacial Structural Configuration in Modular Design • Machine Tool Joints • Engineering Design Fundamentals • Practice and First-Hand Views of Related Engineering Developments: Stationary Joints and Sliding Joints • Engineering Knowledge of Other Joints • Measurement of Interface Pressure by Means of Ultrasonic Waves • Model Theory and Testing
Publication Date:
10 / 02 / 2008

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