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<emphasis role="bold">DESIGNING FOR HEAT TREATING</emphasis>
Donald A. Adams Warren, New Jersey Heat-treating operations, though usually secondary in sequence to other parts-making operations and having less obvious effects on the workpiece, nevertheless have a primary effect on its eventual success or failure in use. Although the number of heattreating processes is large and the details of each process almost infinite, designers should be aware of the general types of heat treatment available and know enough of their details so that they can make reasonable decisions as to how their parts should be heat-treated. While it is not good pr…
James G.Bralla: Design for Manufacturability Handbook, Second Edition. DESIGNING FOR HEAT TREATING, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 1999, 1986), AccessEngineering Export