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D001054 - LIBRARY OF MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE
The nine volumes of this series are a wealth of information on machine shop practice as collected and described by the editors of American Machinist Magazine. With many explanatory photographs and drawings showing typical machine shop operations and methods, these books are invaluable if you want to learn from experts rather than reinvent the wheel by yourself.
Don't be fooled by the early 1920's date of publication. As a tool designer and tool and diemaker myself of over 40 years I recognize that back in the 1920's these workmen whose ideas and methods are presented here are just a applicable in the 21st century as they were in the early 20th century.
Modern equipment and computers have removed a lot of the hard work and dramatically speeded up the production and potential accuracy of manufacturing production. With the knowledge embedded in these nine volumes you will have a much greater understanding of what is going on in the machine shops of today.
When problems occur, there is nothing better than an understanding of the fundamentals of machining to help you resolve them. These nine volumes and over 3,000 pages of information can give you the background needed to solve many hundreds of problems. This is even easier when all volumes are searchable and any or all of the pages can be printed using an inkjet or laser printer.
D001038 - MACHINE TOOLS AND THEIR OPERATION - PART I
D001039 - MACHINE TOOLS AND THEIR OPERATION - PART II
D001040 - WORKING OF STEEL
D001041 - AMERICAN MACHINIST GEAR BOOK
D001042 - TOOL AND GAGE WORK
D001043 - PRACTICAL MATHEMATICS
D001044 - DRAWING ROOM PRACTICE
D001045 - JIGS AND FIXTURES
D001048 - PUNCHES AND DIES