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Posted by: francissaju

07/11/2003, 01:27:34

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Hi,
Can anybody suggest me a book to refer for knowing more about the different types of fasteneres available their basic dimensions , the classes into which they can be categorized and
also about other common mechanical parts and components and their types - like - Different fittings, bearings - classifiaction and important dimensions, standars of common components etc.....

Thanks,
francis







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Posted by: bilbat

09/11/2003, 11:00:50

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I recommend the latest edition of Machinery's Handbook (ISBN 0-8311-1200-X) printed by Industrial Press, Inc. It's a great resource to have in your arsenal. It contains info on strength of materials, cams, gearing, fasteners, threads, tool making, dimensioning, machining operations, manufacturing processes, bearings, linkages, etc.   There is a thumb indexed version available too (ISBN 0-0-8311-0900-9).
 






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Posted by: Cramog

07/12/2003, 16:21:25

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Try this link for fastener information
http://www.industrial-fasteners.org/metric/index.html
Glenn






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Posted by: prop154

07/11/2003, 06:07:09

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www.e-bearings/abec.htm is a good source for bearing dimensions as well as other tolerances. also you may check with Bamel fastners on getting reference literature for the other items.

hope this helps






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