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B11/STD - ANSI B11.12 - MACHINE TOOLS – SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ROLL-FORMING AND ROLL-BENDING MACHINES Organization: B11/STD
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: Included machines The requirements of this standard apply to those singlepurpose or multipurpose powered machines similar in construction and function to roll-forming and roll-bending machines or portions thereof, such as, but not limited to: Roll-bending machines: - beading machines; - carando rolls; - combination rotary machines; - crimping machines; - curling machines; - flanging machines; - four-roll-bending machines;
AGMA 09FTM13 - BENDING FATIGUE, IMPACT AND PITTING RESISTANCE OF AUSFORM FINISHED P/M GEARS Organization: AGMA
Date: 2009-09-01
Description: Although P/M gears are increasingly used in powered hand tools, gear pumps, and as accessory components in automotive transmissions, P/M steel gears are currently in limited use in vehicle transmission applications.
UL 745-1 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY PORTABLE ELECTRIC TOOLS - SECOND EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2007-06-15
Description: This Standard applies to, but the scope is not limited to: hand tools, such as drills, screwdrivers, nut runners, tappers, hammers, impact wrenches, saws, sanders, polishers, buffers, shears, nibblers, grinders, staplers, valve seat grinders and lappers, cylinder borers, and concrete vibrators; transportable tools, such as diamond core drills, drain cleaners, magnetic drills presses, pipe threaders, and pipe benders.This standard does not apply to fixed or stationary electric tools, gardening appliances, garage equipment, soldering irons or guns, painting equipment, floor-finishing machines, heat guns, or other equipment covered by individual requirements.
B11/STD - ANSI B11.1 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR MECHANICAL POWER PRESSES Organization: B11/STD
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Exclusions Excluded from the requirements of this standard are the following: a) bulldozer b) cold header and cold former c) eyelet machine d) forging presses and hammer e) high–energy–rate press f) hot–bending and hot–metal press g) hydraulic power press h) iron worker and detail punch i) metal shear j) pneumatic power press k) powdered–metal press l) press welder m) power press brake n) riveting machine o) turret and plate–punching machine p) wire termination machine q) welding press
MCGRAW-HILL - MACH DES DATABK - MACHINE DESIGN DATABOOK, SECOND EDITION Organization: MCGRAW-HILL
Date: 2003-01-01
Description: Utilizing the latest standards and codes, "Machine Design Databook, Second Edition" is the power tool engineers need to tackle the full range of machine design problems.
AGMA 11FTM19 - CONVOLOID GEARING TECHNOLOGY - THE SHAPE OF THE FUTURE Organization: AGMA
Date: 2011-10-01
Description: The long term adoption of the involute is rooted in large part to the simplicity of its tools and field operation. Straight sided tools and conjugacy, even with limited changes in center distance, were consistent with the industrial revolution of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, and the mechanically based machine tools of these ages.
MANEY - METHODS FOR THE ASSESSMEN - METHODS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF COMPONENTS AND STRUCTURES Organization: MANEY
Date: 2003-01-01
Description: ABSTRACT Understanding the integrity of critical structures has been a driving force for the development of engineering analysis methods since Galileo, in the seventeenth century, investigated the resistance of a beam subject to bending loads. Construction, process, power generation, manufacturing and transport industries need to be able to assure the safe and economic operation of their plant by relying on the integrity of appropriate structures and components.
ISO TS 10303-5001 - INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION SYSTEMS AND INTEGRATION — PRODUCT DATA REPRESENTATION AND EXCHANGE — PART 5001: GUIDANCE ON THE USAGE OF ISO 10303-214 FOR GEAR UNITS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2010-11-15
Description: The following are within the scope of this part of ISO 10303: — parts related to gear units: — baseplate; — basic material; — belt; — bevel gear; — brake; — chain; — clutch; — coupling; — crossed helical gear; — fit of key assembly — fitting key; — helical gear; — housing; — hypoid gear; — interference fit assembly; — lubricant; — pinion shaft; — plain bearing; — planetary gear train; — rolling element bearing; — sealing; — shaft; — spur gear; — tool; — user defined machine element; — wheel; — worm and worm wheel; — basic materials used to produce those parts; — lubricants for gear units; — tools used for the manufacturing of gear units; — gear technology properties that can be assigned to parts, assemblies, tools, lubricants and basic materials: — deformations, shift and bending; — dynamic; — efficiency loss; — environment; — forces and moments; — geometry, topology and geometry dependent data; — hardness; — life time; — load capacity data (wear, pitting, breakage, scuffing); — manufacturing data; — mesh data; — operating data; — power, rotation and speed; — pressure and stress; — safety; — service data; — sliding and wear; — stiffness, suspension; — surface texture; — temperature data.
PACKT - MICROSOFT DYNAMICS CRM 20 - MICROSOFT DYNAMICS CRM 2016 CUSTOMIZATION - SECOND EDITION Organization: PACKT
Date: 2016-05-27
Description: Use a no-code approach to create powerful business solutions using Dynamics CRM 2016 About This Book • Latest guide on customizing your system using various features in Dynamics CRM 2016; • Highly practical, example-rich guide that gives you power to bend Dynamics CRM to maximize profits in your organization; • A no-code guide that is easy to follow for even non-programmers Who This Book Is For If you are new to Dynamics CRM or a seasoned user looking to enhance your knowledge of the platform, then this book is for you.
API RP 5C7 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR COILED TUBING OPERATIONS IN OIL AND GAS WELL SERVICES - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1996-12-01
Description: This includes a discussion of the unique characteristics of coiled tubing, such as fatigue, fatigue derating methods, changes in tube diameter resulting from bending while in service, derated collapse pressures due to ovality, and effects of corrosion and cracking of coiled tubing.

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