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Heat Treatment: Master Control Manual.

Heat Treatment: Master Control Manual. The book decodes the naming conventions, explains the differences between air, water and oil steels, offers insight into the effects of various alloys and provides full recipes for hardening, quenching and tempering the most used steels. He goes on to discuss the effects of subsequent operations such as grinding, welding and EDM.

This book mainly covers the letter tool steels like A2, D2, W1, and O1. It does not cover any of the plain carbon steels like . I don't know much about heat treatment myself, but if this Bill Bryson doesn't then he sure has me fooled

This book mainly covers the letter tool steels like A2, D2, W1, and O1. It does not cover any of the plain carbon steels like 1045 or 1095 directly. A W1 steel is covered that is somewhat similar to 1095 but has different amounts of carbon, silicon, and manganese and so is really not the same but the heat treatment is probably similar. I don't know much about heat treatment myself, but if this Bill Bryson doesn't then he sure has me fooled. Following the step-by-step instructions in this book has got to be WAY better than guesswork with a torch and a pail of water, no matter what some snobs might think.

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Book Format: Paperback. In a few short years, this has become the established reference for tool makers, heat treaters, and engineers seeking step-by-step recipes for properly heat treating a wide range of tool steels, plus practical information about machinability, shock resistance, wear, and extending tool life.

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In a few short years, this has become the established reference for tool makers, heat treaters, and engineers seeking step-by-step “recipes” for properly heat treating a wide range of tool steels, plus practical information about machinability, shock resistance, wear, and extending tool life. Now, the completely revised and expanded second edition of this best-selling title is available. It has been extensively updated and includes the following significant additions: an entirely new chapter on the popular powdered tool steel CPM 10V; a thorough section on carburizing thoroughly describes the process and its benefits; a section on cryogenic treatment which has been completely rewritten to describe the theory and process; and a comprehensive glossary of related terms. As in the first edition, valuable tables of properties, attributes, qualities and shortcomings of popular tool steels are also included.

Heat Treatment, Selection, and Application of Tool Steels 2E epub download

ISBN13: 978-1569903766

ISBN: 156990376X

Author: William E. Bryson

Category: Transportation

Subcategory: Engineering

Language: English

Publisher: Hanser; 2 edition (January 1, 2005)

Pages: 239 pages

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Rating: 4.3

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Cordabor
This book was chosen by my Tech College instructor.
It was a required reference for Heat Treatment class where we actually heat treated our final class project, a tool we will be using for years after we graduate.
It helped me to learn the concept and purpose the same way I would teach my children to do something... Start with the basic definitions and apply them as we progress. Then reinforce the previous methods and definitions as we progress deeper into understanding not just the "How" but also the "Why".
The book is also a reference for "on the job", so the reader can properly heat treat with expected results.
Cordabor
This book was chosen by my Tech College instructor.
It was a required reference for Heat Treatment class where we actually heat treated our final class project, a tool we will be using for years after we graduate.
It helped me to learn the concept and purpose the same way I would teach my children to do something... Start with the basic definitions and apply them as we progress. Then reinforce the previous methods and definitions as we progress deeper into understanding not just the "How" but also the "Why".
The book is also a reference for "on the job", so the reader can properly heat treat with expected results.
Priotian
I ordered this book based on a recommendation from John Saunders (NYCCNC). I found the material to be organized in a very easy to consume format and the author's style was direct and concise. I am a home hobbyist and work on small projects. This book helped me understand the why and how of heat treatment as opposed to a "do this" approach.

Best summary is, this book taught me how to fish, and didn't just give me one which is how a lot of material on the net is organized.
Priotian
I ordered this book based on a recommendation from John Saunders (NYCCNC). I found the material to be organized in a very easy to consume format and the author's style was direct and concise. I am a home hobbyist and work on small projects. This book helped me understand the why and how of heat treatment as opposed to a "do this" approach.

Best summary is, this book taught me how to fish, and didn't just give me one which is how a lot of material on the net is organized.
Aiata
I bought this book and Practical Heat Treating at about the same time. I bought the other book because I read a free download of chaper 2 and that conviced me it was worth he extra money... and it was worth it to me. If I were to do it again, I read this book and the chapeter 2 download before deciding to buy the other book. This book is excellent for the layman working with the specific steels listed in the text. There are many aspects of this book that are superior to Practical Heat Treating, but believe me, they do not overlap that much. I read this book nearly cover to cover in a weekend. It never lost my interest as it was very well written. I am happy to add it to my library.
Aiata
I bought this book and Practical Heat Treating at about the same time. I bought the other book because I read a free download of chaper 2 and that conviced me it was worth he extra money... and it was worth it to me. If I were to do it again, I read this book and the chapeter 2 download before deciding to buy the other book. This book is excellent for the layman working with the specific steels listed in the text. There are many aspects of this book that are superior to Practical Heat Treating, but believe me, they do not overlap that much. I read this book nearly cover to cover in a weekend. It never lost my interest as it was very well written. I am happy to add it to my library.
Karg
I don't know much about heat treatment myself, but if this Bill Bryson doesn't then he sure has me fooled. Following the step-by-step instructions in this book has got to be WAY better than guesswork with a torch and a pail of water, no matter what some snobs might think. The instructions appear detailed and probably more cautious and meticulous than I would actually be in practice. If anybody has better info than this, they ought to stop alluding mysteriously and write their own book to let us all in on the secret.

The only "fault" with the book I can see is it is a bit redundant for bedtime reading material, being organized for practical work.

This is an entirely different Bill Bryson from the guy who writes travel/history books. Don't let the joking, stupid, and/or over-puffed reviews here deter you from doing heat treatment a whole lot better than you are probably doing it now.
Karg
I don't know much about heat treatment myself, but if this Bill Bryson doesn't then he sure has me fooled. Following the step-by-step instructions in this book has got to be WAY better than guesswork with a torch and a pail of water, no matter what some snobs might think. The instructions appear detailed and probably more cautious and meticulous than I would actually be in practice. If anybody has better info than this, they ought to stop alluding mysteriously and write their own book to let us all in on the secret.

The only "fault" with the book I can see is it is a bit redundant for bedtime reading material, being organized for practical work.

This is an entirely different Bill Bryson from the guy who writes travel/history books. Don't let the joking, stupid, and/or over-puffed reviews here deter you from doing heat treatment a whole lot better than you are probably doing it now.
Faehn
Learned more from this book that in 6 months of research online, in other books, and from manufacturers specs and recommendations. I feel like I understand a lot of the why's behind the techniques now and am getting better results with my heat treating. I make small scale stuff including shop tools, woodworking tools, and knives.
Faehn
Learned more from this book that in 6 months of research online, in other books, and from manufacturers specs and recommendations. I feel like I understand a lot of the why's behind the techniques now and am getting better results with my heat treating. I make small scale stuff including shop tools, woodworking tools, and knives.
Balladolbine
This is a book that is aimed at home heat treatments, for example ones that can be done using a small furnace by home machinists or gunsmiths. It does not cover all steels but will give enough information that you can research other materials online. The book is on my shelf for reference.
Balladolbine
This is a book that is aimed at home heat treatments, for example ones that can be done using a small furnace by home machinists or gunsmiths. It does not cover all steels but will give enough information that you can research other materials online. The book is on my shelf for reference.
fetish
Reference Text. Necessary.
fetish
Reference Text. Necessary.
Anyone who enjoys metalworking and is searching for introductory information on heat treating will find this book is a thing of beauty. To quote the preface, "This is not a book about metallurgy, but a book that describes in simple terms what happens to metal during heat treatment!" Right from the start ("Chapter 1. What is Steel" and "Chapter 2. Exactly What is Heat Treatment Doing?") the author explains step-by-step how to treat the major classes and most common alloys of tool steel. If you want to know the how and why of hardening, tempering and annealing at a level that will allow you to really do it yourself, look no further.

The book decodes the naming conventions, explains the differences between air, water and oil steels, offers insight into the effects of various alloys and provides full recipes for hardening, quenching and tempering the most used steels. He goes on to discuss the effects of subsequent operations such as grinding, welding and EDM. The back is filled with tables with data for all the steels you're ever likely to use.

I had tried a few projects prior to finding this book with mixed results, mostly because it's impossible to tell "straw" from "pale amber" without going through an old-fashioned apprenticeship. This book offers exact instructions, temperatures, soak schedules and tips that produce excellent results.

On finding the link to recommend this book to a friend, I was shocked to find that it had such a low reader rating (3/5 stars). Of the six other reviews here, three are the arrogant sarcasm of people who have so much free time that they read about other people's vacations. Regarding the fourth, if you are as well versed in 16th century texts on metallurgy as in the "cutting edge" of technology, then this book is not for you either.
Anyone who enjoys metalworking and is searching for introductory information on heat treating will find this book is a thing of beauty. To quote the preface, "This is not a book about metallurgy, but a book that describes in simple terms what happens to metal during heat treatment!" Right from the start ("Chapter 1. What is Steel" and "Chapter 2. Exactly What is Heat Treatment Doing?") the author explains step-by-step how to treat the major classes and most common alloys of tool steel. If you want to know the how and why of hardening, tempering and annealing at a level that will allow you to really do it yourself, look no further.

The book decodes the naming conventions, explains the differences between air, water and oil steels, offers insight into the effects of various alloys and provides full recipes for hardening, quenching and tempering the most used steels. He goes on to discuss the effects of subsequent operations such as grinding, welding and EDM. The back is filled with tables with data for all the steels you're ever likely to use.

I had tried a few projects prior to finding this book with mixed results, mostly because it's impossible to tell "straw" from "pale amber" without going through an old-fashioned apprenticeship. This book offers exact instructions, temperatures, soak schedules and tips that produce excellent results.

On finding the link to recommend this book to a friend, I was shocked to find that it had such a low reader rating (3/5 stars). Of the six other reviews here, three are the arrogant sarcasm of people who have so much free time that they read about other people's vacations. Regarding the fourth, if you are as well versed in 16th century texts on metallurgy as in the "cutting edge" of technology, then this book is not for you either.