A wide variety of tool materials are used in manufacturing operations. For most applications, more than one type of tool material may be satisfactory, with final selection governed by material availability and economic considerations.
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On every lean journey, what may seem easy to understand isn't always easy to implement. What Lean Means shows you what lean means today by exploring its visible evidence and promise.
Training Within Industry shows you how the four modules of training within industry (TWI), job relations (JR), job instruction (JI), job methods (JM), and job safety (JS) work together to sustain lean manufacturing.
Computer-aided design or CAD involves the use of computers and software to digitally create engineering drawings and models to aid in tooling and product design. This program, part of the Fundamentals of Tool Design Video Series, explores the tools and techniques used within four fundamental computer-aided design categories.
This program takes you into the infrastructure and technology behind RFID as well as the real-world practical applications, challenges and advantages of using RFID to support quality and productivity.
This program provides a broad understanding of the milling process, including segments on milling machine basics, CNC machining centers, tool changers and cutting tools, workholding and workchanging, machining center accessories and programming, and operating parameters.
This sampler video program contains over an hour of combined content assembled from the nine-volume Fundamentals of Tool Design Video Series.
Composites Manufacturing Series Sampler
This Plastics Finishing program includes information on the array of plastics finishing processes, arranging them into four categories: degating, deflashing, cleaning, and decorating.