Bench Lathe Manufacture And Handscraping, 1921Price $7.957.95
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Bench Lathe Manufacture And Handscraping, 1921 More Details
In this series
of articles reprinted from Machinery Magazine about 1921 you get details
on how precision bench lathes were quickly and accurately built with ordinary
rather than custom built machine tools. You'll walk through the Potter and
TLM factories in England and see beds being milled, headstocks being bored
and aligned, bearing cones being ground, dovetails being milled and much
were written for other manufacturers and reveal jigs, fixtures, and procedures
that circumvent problems, improve accuracy, and increase production rates.
You get tips, innovations, and industrial "secrets." You get page after page
of photos of components being machined and the set-ups used.
You also get a short but beautifully illustrated article on handscraping, used not only for fit but for decorative effect as well. These eight pages are worth the price of the booklet alone.
If you build or rebuild machine tools, you're sure to learn something here that will help you. And even if you never use the material learned, you can be assured of fascinating reading. Get a copy! 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 booklet 48 pages.
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