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7.1.1 Forming by bending (folding)
7.1.2 Spring-back
7.1.3 Compensating for spring-back
7.1.4 Folding machines
7.1.5 Bending in press tools
7.1.6 The press-brake
7.1.7 Bend allowance for sheet metal
7.2.1 Roll-bending machines
7.2.2 Rolling plate
7.2.3 Slip-rolls
7.2.4 Cone rolling
7.2.5 Ring-bending rolls for angle sections
7.3.1 Flanging sheet metal
7.3.2 The principles of flow-forming sheet metal by hand
7.3.3 Use of bench tools for forming sheet metal
7.3.4 ‘ Hollowing ’ and‘ raising ’
7.3.5 Panel beating
7.3.6 Split and weld method
7.3.7 The wheeling machine
7.3.8 Wheeling processes
7.4.1 The spinning process
7.4.2 Lubrication for spinning
7.4.3 Spindle speeds for spinning
7.5.1 Further swaging operations
7.5.2 The use of stiffeners
7.6.1 The need for planning the sequence of operations
7.6.2 Transferring paper or metal templates onto sheet metal
7.6.3 Use of notched corners in sheet-metal work
7.6.4 Fabricating a sheet-metal pan with wired edges and riveted corners
7.6.5 Wiring cylinders and cones
7.6.6 Fabricating a domestic tin-plate funnel
7.6.7 Forming operations using a universal jennying machine
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Sheet Metal Fabrication

Sheet Metal Fabrication

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