Modern Toolmaking Methods (1920) - Franklin D. Jones

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=====================Modern Toolmaking Methods (1920)
A Treatise On Precision Dividing and Locating Methods, Lapping, Making Forming Tools, Accurate Threading, Bench Lathe Practice, Tools for Precision Measurements, and General Toolmaking Practice.
Compiled and Edited by Franklin D. Jones: Associate Editor of MACHINERY Author of Turning and Boring and Planing and Milling
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Book Description: Industrial Press New York 1920, 1920. First Edition, Sixth Printing No Dust Jacket 309pp Dark green cloth covers with gold lettering has a bit of wear to surfaces. Pages are yellowed, but are clean, unmarked and intact, no writing or torn pages. with one scuff mark that shows through nearly to board on front cover. Spine and hinges are intact and in good shape
About the Author: Franklin D. Jones (1879 - 1967) was an author of handbooks on mechanical engineering, workshop mechanics and toolmaking.
This book is believed to meet a real need as it deals with a great variety of tool room problems and explains many important toolmaking operations. The book covers 8 toolmaking methods. Table of Contents Chapter I     Precision Locating and Dividing Methods Chapter II     Laps and Lapping Chapter III     Straight and Circular Forming Tools Chapter IV     Precision Threading Chapter V     Threading Chaser Troubles and Remedies Chapter VI     General Toolmaking Operations Chapter VII     Precision Bench Lathe Practice Chapter VIII     Gages and Measuring Instruments
This is a great collection of articles from Machinery magazine from 1915 and earlier. Take a hammer, a panel of sheet metal, and plenty of skill and you can produce everything from a candy dish to a suit of armour.
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