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Hardening, Tempering, Annealing and Forging of Steelby Joseph V. Woodworth
Synopses & Reviews
One of the great advantages of steel is the machinist's ability to change its hardness simply by heating and cooling the steel in specific ways. You can make steel rock hard and brittle through hardening. You can soften it somewhat and make it less brittle by tempering. And if you want totally soft steel you can anneal it.
This 1907 third edition will show you industrial state of the art as it was then. It may be old, but the processes haven't changed. And when you see that this book is all how-to and practical recommendations together with great illustrations, you'll understand that this book is worth having.
Especially valuable information on making, hardening and finishing all types of tools, including mills, drills, taps, reamers, dies, countersinks and more. But be careful! This is old technology, and it can be very dangerous if you're not careful.
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