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The metal lathe

Author: David J Gingery
Publisher: Springfield, Mo. : Metal Shop from Scrap, 1980.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Having been described as "the only machine that can duplicate itself or any other machine in the shop", the metal lathe is the most versatile and desirable of all metal working machine tools. It is certainly among the most expensive pieces of equipment, but there is no need to do without on one in your shop because here is a lathe that can not only dupliate itself, but it can orodicue its own original parts from  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David J Gingery
ISBN: 0960433015 9780960433018
OCLC Number: 7799951
Description: 128 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Responsibility: written & illustrated by David J. Gingery.

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Having been described as "the only machine that can duplicate itself or any other machine in the shop", the metal lathe is the most versatile and desirable of all metal working machine tools. It is certainly among the most expensive pieces of equipment, but there is no need to do without on one in your shop because here is a lathe that can not only dupliate itself, but it can orodicue its own original parts from home made castings and stock materials. A fascinating project from its simple wooden patterns through finished castings and finally a complete machine. You will master many basic skills as you progress.

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