Mechanical Drawing. Elementary and Advanced
by John S. Reid
Publisher: J. Wiley & sons 1910
Number of pages: 336
In this, the fourth edition, the work has been further enlarged and improved by adding courses in Advanced Mechanical Drawing consisting of short elementary 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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