A Practical Work-shop Companion for Tin, Sheet-iron, and Copper-plate Workers
Containing rules for describing various kinds of patterns used by tin, sheet-iron, and copper-plate workers; practical geometry; mensuration of surfaces and solids; tables of the weights and strengths of metals and other materials; tables of areas and circumferences of circles; composition of metallic alloys and solders, with numerous valuable receipts and manipulations for everyday use in the work-shop.
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A Practical Work-Shop Companion for Tin, Sheet-Iron, and Copper-Plate ...
Leroy J. Blinn
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