Machine shop training course: a treatise on machine shop practice in two volumes, including fundamental principles, methods of adjusting and using different types of machine tools, with typical examples of work, measuring instruments and gages, cutting screw treads by different processes, thread grinding, gear cutting, precision toolmaking methods, typical shop problems with solutions, and miscellaneous facts relating to the art of machine construction, Volume 1
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Cutting Threads in Holes by Tapping
Lathes and Their Principal Mechanical Features
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