Diemaking and Die Design (1920) - Franklin D. Jones

Diemaking and Die Design (1920)
A Treatise On The Design and Practical Application of Different Classes of Dies For Blanking, Bending, Forming, and Drawing Sheet
Metal Parts, Including Modern Diemaking Practice and Fundamental Principles of Die Construction
Compiled and Edited by Franklin D. Jones: Associate Editor of MACHINERY Author of Turning and Boring, Planing and Milling, Gaging Tools and Methods
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Book Description: New York, Industrial press, 1920., 1920. First edition, fourth printing. (VG). Illustrated with drawings and photographs, 339 pp. including Index. Dark green cloth, gilt on cover and spine. No Dust Jacket. Very good. Pages tight and clean; binding solid; slight shelf wear to spine ends and corners; no writing or marking.
About the Author: Franklin D. Jones (1879 - 1967) was an author of handbooks on mechanical engineering, workshop mechanics and toolmaking.
Table of Contents Chapter I - Classes of Dies for Sheet Metal Work Chapter II - Diemaking Methods and Blanking the Construction Chapter III - Drawing and Forming Dies Chapter IV - Bending and Curling Dies Chapter V - Construction and Use of Sub-Press Dies Chapter VI - Sectional Punch and Die Construction Chapter VII - Automatic Feeding and Ejecting Mechanisms for Presses Chapter VIII - Tools for Perforating Cylindrical and Conical Work Chapter IX - Multiple Plunger Press and Its Tools
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