metal working projects

Hello, I just finished reprinting a great old book (1929) titled, "101
Metal-Working Projects." It is written in a way to help students learn
how to work metal with projects that build on each other. The first is
a simple scriber for marking metal, the last is a punch press. All the
projects have plans, drawings, complete instructions and questions to
stimulate more thought and study.
I just hated to see such great information gathering dust on my
bookshelf, so I digitally reprinted it and have it available as a PDF
file on CD-Rom. You can find more detailed information about it on
this page:
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Thanks.
--James R. Walker, Metalsmith
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james
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Hello, I just finished reprinting a great old book (1929) titled, "101 Metal-Working Projects." It is written in a way to help students learn how to work metal with projects that build on each other. The first is a simple scriber for marking metal, the last is a punch press. All the projects have plans, drawings, complete instructions and questions to stimulate more thought and study.
I just hated to see such great information gathering dust on my bookshelf, so I digitally reprinted it and have it available as a PDF file on CD-Rom. You can find more detailed information about it on this page:
formatting link
. Thanks.
--James R. Walker, Metalsmith
Reply to
james
Hello, I just finished reprinting a great old book (1929) titled, "101 Metal-Working Projects." It is written in a way to help students learn how to work metal with projects that build on each other. The first is a simple scriber for marking metal, the last is a punch press. All the projects have plans, drawings, complete instructions and questions to stimulate more thought and study.
I just hated to see such great information gathering dust on my bookshelf, so I digitally reprinted it and have it available as a PDF file on CD-Rom. You can find more detailed information about it on this page:
formatting link
. Thanks.
--James R. Walker, Metalsmith
Reply to
james
Hello, I just finished reprinting a great old book (1929) titled, "101 Metal-Working Projects." It is written in a way to help students learn how to work metal with projects that build on each other. The first is a simple scriber for marking metal, the last is a punch press. All the projects have plans, drawings, complete instructions and questions to stimulate more thought and study.
I just hated to see such great information gathering dust on my bookshelf, so I digitally reprinted it and have it available as a PDF file on CD-Rom. You can find more detailed information about it on this page:
formatting link
. Thanks.
--James R. Walker, Metalsmith
Reply to
james
... so I digitally reprinted it ...
Nice job, very clean! How did you do it, if you don't mind saying?
BTW - in your auction listing, the link to the sample pages is bad. "click" is appended to the end of the URL. An HTML typo, no doubt.
Bob
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Bob Engelhardt

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