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Introduction. Chapter 1: Design and Analysis - Design of Machinery. Units. Equations. Chapter 2: Machine Safety, Ergonomics, and Safeguarding (Co-written with E. Smith Reed PE) - Machine Safety and Ergonomics. Safeguarding. Chapter 3: Dimensions & Tolerances - Selection and Analysis of Tolerances (Written by Charles Gillis PE). Limits & Fits. Drawings and Processes. Chapter 4: Precision Locating (Written by Charles Gillis PE). Chapter 5: Pins, Keys, and Retaining Rings. Chapter 6: Pipe Threads, Threaded Fasteners, and Washers - Pipe and Port Threads. Threaded Fasteners and Washers. Chapter 7: Welds and Weldments. Chapter 8: Materials, Surfaces, and Treatments - Materials. Surface Finish. Heat Treatment. Surface Treatment. Chapter 9: Force Generators - Springs. Pneumatics. Electric Motors. Chapter 10: Bearings - Bushings (Plain Bearings). Rolling Element Bearings. Linear Bearings. Chapter 11: Power Transmission Devices - Shafts. Shaft Couplings. Gears (Written by Gregory Aviza). Gearboxes. Belts and Chains. Belts. Chains. Linear Motion Devices? Chapter 12: Machine Reliability & Performance
Jennifer Marrs, P.E., is a mechanical design engineer. For two decades, her focus has been the design and analysis of high-speed assembly machines and related systems. She has also worked as a product designer, manufacturing engineer and forensic engineer. She is pictured here with the off-road vehicle she built by hand, a genuine labor of mechanical love.When Jennifer initially approached Industrial Press with her extraordinary idea forMachine Designers Reference, she said"I have an idea for a companion to Machinery's Handbook.... a Toolbox that contains items I've... squirreled away over my years of machine design. These are items that the working machine designer uses just about every day."Jennifer holds a BSME from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, an MSME from Northeastern University, and volunteers with the mechanical engineering programs at both WPI and Dartmouth College. She enjoys her successful consulting practice and is a licensed Professional Engineer throughout New England (click here to visit her website). She is also a registered U.S. patent agent. Her employers and clients include Gillette, Millipore, FujiFilm Dimatix, and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters. Mrs. Marrs is currently on the Executive Committee of her local ASME subsection and holds an international patent.