Since the beginning of architecture, values such as balance and strength were the basis for all design, but recently a tendency to the adoption of organic and dynamic forms has emerged with great impact.
Broaching is a machining process where the cutting motion is linear and is done in a single pass. Some considerations- cutting speed and coatings- for optimum tool performance in various metals are discussed in this article.
The day-to-day transportation in the construction industry requires activities in severe terrain and load. Therefore, the choice of ideal vehicle and equipment must be careful in terms of load and implement. The dump bodies and concrete mixers are the most used options.
Broaching is the manufacturing process that allow to remove material from the piece surface, gradually by the action of cutting edges arranged in series, in a single pass. This article focus on the broach elements.
Combining the hardness of the concrete with the flexibility of the steel, reinforced concrete makes modern construction possible. This article discusses mixes and production, including dosing, casting, launching, and curing.
Broaching is one of the most precise and productive process in the metalworking area and despite the high costs of broachs, its largelly applied in the automobiles industry. This article is the part 1 of the Broaching series, in a total of 3 articles.
Aluminum milling is considered by many like an easy task, but it demands special measures to avoid the most common problems. This article focus on milling, turning, drilling and boring operations, giving tips and advice about the most common problems in aluminum cutting and how to resolve it.