Tool Engineering; Jigs And Fixtures
by Albert Atkins Dowd
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1922
Number of pages: 261
The aim and purpose of this book is to furnish information with respect to the science of tool engineering. An endeavor has been made to simplify the subject matter as far as possible and to treat it in a practical common sense manner which can be easily understood by the designer.
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