Up until the last two decades, aluminum in airplanes and steel in automobiles were the primary materials used to produce these two complex machines. These metal-to-metal assemblies, and specifically the same-type metal-to-metal assemblies, have resulted in distinct manufacturing process advantages over decades of production.
Innovations in Automotive and Aerospace Assembly addresses how these new, disruptive materials are changing the manufacturing and production processes for the transportation industries. Highlights and features in the book include:
- Non-contact laser technology’s transition into aerospace use
- Emerging thickness and hole measurement gauge technologies
- Non-destructive adhesive inspection techniques
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