500 Plain Answers to Direct Questions on Steam, Hot Water, Vapor and Vacuum Heating: The Science and General Practice of Heating, Including Modern Systems of Modified Heating, Explained in a Series of Plain Questions and Answers, with Tables, Rules and General Information, Forming a Complete Text Book and Manual for the Apprentice and Journeyman Steam Fitter. A Reference Book for Master Fitters, Architects and Heating Contractors
Norman W. Henley publishing Company, 1923 - Heating - 253 pages
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Page 12 - Dies: Their Construction and Use." It does not go into the details of die-making to the extent of the author's previous book, but gives a comprehensive review of the field of operations carried on by presses. A large part of the information given has been drawn from the author's personal experience. It might well be termed an Encyclopedia of Die-Making, Punch-Making, DieSinking, Sheet-Metal Working, and Making of Special Tools, Sub-presses, Devices and Mechanical Combinations for Punching, Cutting,...
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Page 24 - ... of the various devices for feeds and thread cutting mechanisms from early efforts in this direction to the present time. Lathe design is thoroughly discussed, including back gearing, driving cones, thread-cutting gears, and all the essential elements of the modern lathe. The classification of...
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