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Topic in Depth - Precision Machining

As technology advances and devices become smaller and more complex, the need for precision manufacturing processes is becoming increasingly important. A number of innovative techniques for precision machining have been developed to enable the construction and operation of such contrivances.
Machining: An Introduction
Basic machining processes are introduced on this site that is devoted to engineering fundamentals. Descriptions and illustrations of drilling, turning,...
Waterjet Videos
The Waterjet Video Vault contains clips of waterjet machines in action. The video of the foam cutting procedure is especially interesting, as it shows how...
Caltech Micromachining Laboratory
Entirely different and exotic machining techniques are required for creating microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and other extremely small devices. The...
Enhanced Waterjets Slice Costs PDF
Cutting edge waterjet innovations are the subject of this February 2003 feature from Forming & Fabricating, a publication of the Society of Manufacturing...
Electrochemical Machining Carves...
This news article from June 20, 2003 published by Great Britain's Institute of Physics, describes an electrochemical machining process that is being used to...



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