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The Machinist's Second Bedside Reader: and the Bullseye Mixture
Synopses & Reviews
The Second Bedside Reader contains full plans for:
An elegant between-centers boring bar A poor man's jig borer?a WW2-era device which allows high accuracy hole location on a drill press An overhead drive for your milling spindle A toolpost fixture for rounding the ends of small parts A fixture for cutting multiple-start threads A simple shop-made sine bar and sine fixture for your milling machine A "Lunkenheimer" type whistle?steam or air operated a kaleidoscope?great for gifts, and a possible money-maker
An old gagemaker's methods for surface grinding and lapping for flat, square, and finish tolerances far beyond what normal machining methods can produce An easy way of originating high accuracy master division plates Three ways to make master reference squares Yet another way of holding thin workpieces.....etc.
This book also contains an enjoyable fiction story, "The Bullseye Mixture", which incorporates complete information on the subject of pack casehardening.
ISBN: 9780969098034 Subtitle: and the Bullseye Mixture Publisher: Guy Lautard Location: West Vancouver, B.C., Canada Subject: Machine-shop practice -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Subject: Machinists' tools. Copyright: 1988 Edition Number: 2 Binding: Trade Paper Language: English Illustrations: Y Pages: 206 Related Subjects
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