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Classifications (LC)
Aluminum (16)
Brass and bronze (1)
Casting. Foundry work (3)
Cold working (1)
Instrument manufacture (13)
Iron and steel (5)
Joining of metals (60)
Metal finishing and surface treatment (General) (21)
Molding. Coremaking (3)
Powder metallurgy processes and manufactures (1)
Pressure vessels (1)
Sheet metalwork (1)
Tinsmithing (2)
Valves (General) (1)

 

Resources

This page from SnoCAMP provides materials on metals and metallurgy. After some introductory reading material, users may peruse six different activities: properties of metals, alloying copper and zinc, alloying tin and...
The metal casting industry in undergoing significant changes and it is necessary for manufacturing engineering, industrial engineering and design students to recognize these changes. Rapid manufacturing has the...
Shop Skills is a lesson plan which provides instruction in the safety procedures and work processes for hand and machine tools used in a metal machine shop. Specific skills include sawing, drilling, boring, grinding,...
This pdf contains a syllabus for a first course on structural fabrication as part of the Aerospace Technology Program. Topics include trigonometry, machine tools, blueprints, metal working, aerospace fasteners, and...
Technology and Innovation in Manufacturing Education (TIME), an Advanced Technological Education (ATE) resource center, has the mission to "assist regional manufacturers to meet their current and future workforce needs,...

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