METAL WORKING BOOKS Great Reference Material

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METAL WORKING BOOKS Great Reference Material

Post by ken572 » Wed Jul 17, 2013 1:02 am

All, :idea:
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First lessons in metal-working 1890 (193p)
http://archive.org/details/firstlessonsinm00compgoog
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An Introduction to Metal-working 1904 (157p)
http://archive.org/details/anintroductiont00peargoog
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Hand-book on die-castings, containing useful information for
manufacturers and engineers concerning metals, design, processes,
methods of finishing, fabricating, etc., with tables 1919 (116p)

http://archive.org/details/handbookondiecas00doll
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United States Navy drop forging book : covering drop forgings under
all bureaus for which dies are on hand at navy yards : issue of 1919
(1728p)

http://archive.org/details/unitedstatesnavy00unitrich
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Press-working of metals 1896 (309p)
http://archive.org/details/pressworkingmet03smitgoog
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Dies and die making 1897 (113p)
http://archive.org/details/diesanddiemakin00lucagoog
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Punches and dies : layout, construction and use 1919 (457p)
http://archive.org/details/punchesanddiesl00stangoog
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Practical die-making; a collection from the latest information on dies,
and die-making 1916 (212p)

http://archive.org/details/practicaldiemak00unkngoog
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Enjoy.

Ken. :)
One must remember.
The best learning experiences come
from working with the older Masters.
Ken.

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