Die design and diemaking practice: a treatise for die designers and diemakers containing illustrated descriptions of a large variety of selected dies for all kinds of power press operations, with practical information and data on approved designing practice and die construction
Franklin Day Jones
The Industrial Press, 1930 - Crafts & Hobbies - 921 pages
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