Machine-shop Arithmetic: Shows how All Shop Problems are Worked Out and "why." Includes Change Gears for Cutting Any Threads; Drills, Taps, Shink and Force Fits; Metric System of Measurements and Threads. Used by All Classes of Mechanics, Apprentices, Etc., Etc

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Página 24 - This is a collection of 1,890 engravings of different mechanical motions and appliances, accompanied by appropriate text, making it a book of great value to the inventor, the draftsman, and to all readers with mechanical tastes. The book is divided into eighteen sections or chapters, in which the...
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Página 22 - ... occur and how they may be avoided. The book is illustrated with seventy original photographs and drawings showing the safe and unsafe methods of work. No visionary schemes, no ideal pictures. Just Plain Facts and Practical Suggestions are given. Every railroad employee who reads the book is a better and safer man to have in railroad service. It gives just the information which will be the means of preventing many injuries and deaths. All railroad employees should procure a copy, read it, and...
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