Metalwork Theory, Book 1

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Nelson Thornes, 1984 - Machine-shop practice - 64 pages
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This very popular secondary school series provides comprehensive coverage of the subject in an easily accessible, well illustrated format. The books are also ideal for students to work from for revision or homework as they contain a large number of short sections, each dealing with a single topic such as the hacksaw, parts of a lathe, brazing or taps.
  

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I found this book very helpful in the fact that the night i read it i had a metalwork exam the next day for my j cert mocks.It is quick and easy to read making it a great study pal for anyone not sure on there metalwork theory.
this review was written by Chris Byrne

Contents

SECTION
7
The Hand File
9
The Hacksaw
10
The Hacksaw Blade 1
11
Files 1
12
The Engineers Try Square
15
The Ballpein Hammer
17
The Scriber
18
The Cold Chisel
24
Soldering Bits
26
Mallets
27
Pliers
29
Spring Dividers
30
Folding Bars
31
Lubrication
33
The Anvil
34

Steel
20
The Centre Punch
21
The File Card
23
Forge Tongs
36
Some Useful Definitions
38
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