| THE BURRS FROM DRILLING |
Dr. J.M. Stein
111 pages, hardbound,illustrated with index
published by Deburring Technology Inc.
$90 Available through the Abrasive Engineering Society
The most comprehensive study ever published on burrs produced by drilling,this book is the work of Dr. Julie Stein who spent two years researching such burrs and how to minimize them. This unique book summarizes Dr. Stein's work and the work of others in an easy to read and statistically defensible discussion. With stainless steel as the primary focus of the books, photos, tables, and graphs characterize burrs and drill geometry’s, drilling conditions, and part geometry. Noteworthy is the work on intersecting holes. Her work on classifying the different types of burrs and their formation mechanisms are the basis for portions of the international standard for nomenclature. See also the Worldwide Burr Technology Committee .
About the author|
Julie Stein is a Mechanical Engineering graduate from the University of California at Berkeley and recently received her PhD. She was a leader in the Consortium for Deburring and Edge Finishing [CODEF] and works with major corporations in the US in burr prevention, and burr formation research and application. Julie Stein writes and works at a level that typical engineers can appreciate. Her consulting work puts her in touch with industry needs and the work of others in burr research.
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