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Chris Lefteri is Senior Lecturer in Product Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. He also runs his own packaging, furniture and product-design business in London. His previous books include five titles in the Materials for Inspirational Design series covering Plastic, Wood, Glass, Metals and Ceramics.

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14 von 14 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Great book, but not for the casually interested 9. Februar 2008
Von Nathan C. England - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a great book for someone like me, a product design student. As my institution doesn't really cover manufacturing processes I need a book like this to break it down for me. It is categorised well and the crudely drawn process diagrams are great at putting the procedures into perspective. This book is great for those who already have a basic knowledge of manufacturing and design process terminology as it assumes the reader is familiar with terms such as draft, tooling, die, section, profile and other phrases specific to manufacture and design, although it does have a rather limited glossary at the rear. I would highly reccommend it to students who struggle with the ins and outs of manufacturing as it has common items listed that are produced by a specific process, giving the info a tangible basis of understanding, as well as providing many "Oh, THAT's how they make that..." moments. I think this will be a great handy reference for me, enabling me to short list viable processes that I can then investigate further. Definitley worth the money.
16 von 17 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Manufacturing and processes 29. Oktober 2007
Von Happy mom - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book just takes the complicated stuff out of understanding how things are made. It's a great quick reference not just because of the concise information in it but also the size of the book makes it easy to carry with you.

Highly recommended book for engineering/industrial design students, teachers and anyone interested in understanding what processes "things" go through before they end up in stores.
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A good refererence catalog for manufacturing processes 28. Juni 2008
Von R. D Johnson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A catalog of processes is essentially what this book is. It's broken into 7 process sections: Cut from Solid, Sheet, Continuous, Thin & Hollow, Into Solid, Complex and Advanced. Each section has from 6-20 subset processes, eg, 'Cut From Solid' includes CNC machining, Turning, etc., 'Into Solid' has Forging, Sintering, 'Thin and Hollow' processes such as Blow Molding, Filament Winding, etc. The range of processes seems quite comprehensive and includes some I'd never heard of before such as Inflating Metal under the Sheet section, which is basically using air to inflate sheets of metal in a mold.

Each process is typically described in 2-3 pages and follows a common layout. There's a picture of a typical item produced, some text describing the process, and an information section which includes economic production volume, type of surface and finish, and the typical sizes and tolerances of parts produced. This is followed by a '+' and '-' list of advantages and disadvantages of the particular process.

A Further Information section on each process lists web addresses of manufacturers who supply the process and/or provide more information on it. This is a great resource, but you do wonder--given the fluidity of the web--how long some of these addresses will be viable.

For the price this book is a great catalog of many of the manufacturing processes available. It doesn't go into any detail on how to design for the process (as a designer) or make it function (as a machinist/manufacturer), but it's a great reference as an overview of available processes, their benefits and limitations, and where to go to get more information.
6 von 6 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
many photos easy to understand 5. Januar 2008
Von H.R.T. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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great book about current manufacturing process. Many photos and diagrams makes it easy to understand even for non-industrial designers. Also, each process lists it's pros and cons in a comprehensive manner. Overall, an amazing book which is easy and fun to read even for amateurs like myself.
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A fine reference book but lacks detailing - 3.5 stars 6. September 2011
Von Adrian Gabura - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I bought this book so that I could have a good reference book on manufacturing processes as I'm a design student, but as some other reviewer noticed it is not useful without some knowledge in the first place. While some of the processes explained have enough pictures, some have to few, or just the final product. I wouldn't have bought this one but rather "Manufacturing Processes for Design Professionals" now that I own the other one. At least for me I didn't yet found a book that would explain more of the traditional processes, I guess I'll dwell in the university library for some time as the specialized literature there though older could help me a lot more on this subject. But as for future technologies this book if fine enough I think, I found out things I wouldn't find in a library with literature from the '70s.
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