Craftsmanship is very important for the different cultures of the world. The art of working the lathe is very old and has left an important legacy for everyone. In this opportunity we would like to present you our collection of turnery books in PDF format. Here you will find relevant information about the art of handling the lathe to create pieces with different functions.
Turnery also called turning, is a very ancient craft. A lathe-like device is said to appear in hieroglyphs as early as Ancient Egypt and, later, in excavations in Rome. But it was not until the 15th century that turnery came to prominence in Europe as a prestigious form of ornamentation for luxury spaces. Today it is a respectable trade and industrialization has bequeathed us a more sophisticated machine that makes the job much easier. Find out how to become a good turner with our books on turnery.
Turnery is the trade of woodworking with a lathe. The turning process can be performed on both simple and complex parts. Although nowadays parts can be manufactured in series, and not only in wood but also in steel to assemble various types of devices, due to technological progress, turning is still considered an art and the lathe operator (turner) is still considered a craftsman who can reproduce parts or create new ones, according to their skills and the use of their imagination.
There are different types of lathe operators, some are more dedicated to craftsmanship and woodworking. Others work in the industrial sector handling much more sophisticated machines, which require more advanced knowledge to operate them successfully.
Explore much more with our selection of over 15 turnery books in PDF format, which you can quickly and easily download below.
Here we present our complete selection of Turnery books:
Introduction to Turning Tools and their Application
MachiningCloud for Better Machine Tooling Workflows
Steel characteristics and their link to chip breaking and tool wear in metal cutting
Optimization of surface roughness, material removal rate and cutting tool flank wear in turning using extended taguchi approach
Finite Element Simulation and Experimental Analysis of Cutting Forces in Orthogonal Turning in AISI-1045 Steel
Marco Antonio Prieto Juárez, Eduardo Aguilera Gómez, Héctor Plascencia Mora
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