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Online Resources
Magazines/Journals/Newsletters
American Machinist

American Machinist is dedicated to serving the machine tool market completely, and offers readers the most up-to-date information in the methods and practices of metalworking, including cutting, forming, tooling, materials, robotics, quality, cleaning and finishing, and plant operation.

Metlfax

Metlfax is the monthly new products digest magazine serving the key metalworking manufacturing industries.

Metal Working Digest


Modern Machine Shop Online
Resource Sites
Bridgeport

Complete product catalog and desciption of their CAM software.

METAL Machining & Fabrication International Internet Directory

METAL Machining & Fabrication (MMF) WWW Services is focused on the metals industries only and is a valuable resource for buyers to find the right vendors world wide.

Manaufacturing Processes - MAS

Each of the processes included in the current MAS database has a set of web pages describing the basic operation of the process, production information, suitable geometries, and material compatibility. Some processes also include sample parts, pros/cons, and examples of analysis.

Milling

A great resource with an introduction to milling methods, tools, machines, machining time estimation and more...!!!

MIT

This document introduces some of the basics of machine tool use for prototype fabrication.

The University of Washington

The Basics of Manufacturing Technology.

Societies/Organizations
National Tooling & Machining Association

The National Tooling & Machining Association (NTMA) is the national representative of the custom precision manufacturing industry in the United States.

United States Cutting Tool Institute

The United States Cutting Tool Institute (USCTI) was formed in 1988 when two of the largest associations of cutting tool manufacturers joined forces. The Metal Cutting Tool Institute and the Cutting Tool Manufacturers Association combined their efforts, resulting in a single, stronger organization representing more than two-thirds of the domestic cutting tool market.

The Abrasive Engineering Society

The Abrasive Engineering Society is dedicated to sharing technical information about abrasives minerals and their uses. That includes abrasives grains and products such as grinding wheels, coated abrasives (sandpaper) and countless other items made from synthetic minerals

 




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