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Title Tool materials / edited by J.R. Davis.

Published Materials Park, OH : ASM International, [1995]
©1995

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 UniM Store Engin f  621.9 TOOL    AVAILABLE
Physical description v, 501 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.
Series ASM specialty handbook.
ASM specialty handbook.
Notes "Prepared under the direction of the ASM International Handbook Committee."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents General Guidelines for Selecting Cutting Tool Materials 3 -- Wrought High-Speed Tool Steels 10 -- Powder Metallurgy High-Speed Tool Steels 21 -- Cobalt-Base Alloys 32 -- Cemented Carbides 36 -- Cermets 59 -- Ceramics 67 -- Coated Carbide, Cermet, and Ceramic Tool Materials 77 -- Ultrahard Tool Materials 85 -- Abrasives for Grinding Operations 101 -- Materials for Metalworking Applications 117 -- Classification and Properties of Tool and Die Steels 119 -- Nonferrous Tool and Die Materials 154 -- Selection of Material for Shearing and Slitting Tools 164 -- Selection of Material for Blanking and Piercing Dies 168 -- Selection of Material for Press Forming Dies 174 -- Selection of Material for Deep Drawing Dies 179 -- Selection of Material for Spinning Tools 183 -- Selection of Material for Metalworking Rolls 187 -- Selection of Material for Thread Rolling Dies 195 -- Selection of Material for Coining Dies 198 -- Selection of Material for Cold Heading Tools -- Selection of Material for Cold Extrusion Tools 204 -- Selection of Material for Tools for Drawing Wire, Rod, and Tubing 210 -- Selection of Material for Cold Forging Tools 214 -- Selection of Material for Hot Forging Tools 218 -- Selection of Material for Isothermal and Hot-Die Forging Tools 236 -- Selection of Material for Hot Extrusion and Hydrostatic Extrusion Tools 241 -- Selection of Material for High-Energy Rate Forming/Forging Tools 245 -- Selection of Material for Die-Casting Dies 251 -- Selection of Material for Permanent Molds 259 -- Selection of Material for Metal Powder Consolidation 266 -- Selection of Material for Forming Metal-Matrix Composites 268 -- Selection of Material for Molds for Plastics 274 -- Selection of Tool Materials for Structural Applications 283 -- Heat Treatment and Secondary Processing of Tool Materials 291 -- Introduction to Heat Treating of Tool Steels 293 -- Furnace Equipment for Heat Treating of Tool Steels 303 -- Heat Treating of Specific Classes of Tool Steels 312 -- Control of Distortion in Tool Steels 346 -- Machining of Tool Steels 352 -- Welding and Brazing of Tool Steels 377 -- Surface Engineering of Tool and Die Steels 383 -- Microstructural Analysis and Failure Analysis of Tool Materials 397 -- Microstructural Analysis of Tool Steels 399 -- Microstructural Analysis of Cemented Carbides 415 -- Failure Analysis of Tools and Dies 421 -- Wear and Failure Modes for Cutting Tools 443.
Summary If you are involved with machining or metalworking or you specify materials for industrial components, this book is an absolute must. It gives you detailed and comprehensive information about the selection, processing, and properties of materials for machining and metalworking applications. They include wrought and powder metallurgy tool steels, cobalt base alloys, cemented carbides, cermets, ceramics, and ultra-hard materials.
You'll find specific guidelines for optimizing machining productivity through the proper selection of cutting tool materials plus expanded coverage on the use of coatings to extend cutting tool and die life. There is also valuable information on alternative heat treatments for improving the toughness of tool and die steels.
All new material on the correlation of heat treatment microstructures and properties of tool steels is supplemented with dozens of photomicrographs. Information on special tooling considerations for demanding applications such as isothermal forging, die casting of metal matrix composites, and molding of corrosive plastics is also included. And you'll learn about alternatives to ferrous materials for metalworking applications such as carbides, cermets, ceramics, and nonferrous metals like aluminum, nickel, and copper base alloys.
Other author Davis, J. R. (Joseph R.)
ASM International. Handbook Committee.
Subject Tool-steel.
Metal-cutting tools -- Materials.
Dies (Metal-working) -- Materials.
ISBN 0871705451