Mechanical Drawing Self-Taught
by Joshua Rose
Publisher: Henry Carey Baird & Co. 1887
Number of pages: 407
The object of this book is to enable the beginner to learn to make simple mechanical drawings without the aid of an instructor, and to create an interest in the subject by giving examples such as the machinist meets with in his every-day workshop practice.
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by Hasim Pihtili (ed.) - InTech
The main goal in preparing this book was to publish contemporary concepts, new discoveries and innovative ideas in the field of surface engineering, predominantly for the technical applications, as well as in the field of production engineering.
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The work includes courses in Advanced Mechanical Drawing consisting of courses in Advanced isometrical Drawing, Architectural Drawing, Sheet Metal Drafting, Machine Details, and Working Drawings made from freehand sketches of small machine parts.
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