Sheet Metal Work

Sheet Metal Work

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Sheet metal is a common and widely used material, which can be easily worked using hand tools or simple machinery. There are lots of opportunities for designing, making and using sheet metal parts to produce elegant, effective and low cost solutions for new items, repairs and modifications to existing components. This new guide takes a practical approach to the manufacture of sheet metal parts, and explains how you can make full use of hand tools and machines to produce ambitious work of a high standard. Topics covered include the use of specialist tools such as snips, nibblers, folders, the jenny, the flypress, punches and dies; and techniques for manufacturing a wide range of sheet metal parts, including marking out, cutting, bending, joining and finishing. There are practical projects to illustrate the use of techniques and tools. Fully illustrated with 337 colour illustrations and 109 CAD diagrams.This involves striking the tail with a shaped punch, usually to form it into a domed shape. ... The tail end of the rivet shaft will now be pointing upwards a—‡ Place a set tool over the shaft, and strike it firmly to make ... Tapping the tool seats the components together a—‡ Strike the end of the rivet shaft firmly with a hammer or a cone tool to begin forming the shape of the new head on the end of the rivet shaft (Fig.

Title:Sheet Metal Work
Author: Marcus Bowman
Publisher:Crowood - 2014-08-31

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