The Mechanician: A Treatise on the Construction and Manipulation of Tools, for the Use and Instruction of Young Engineers and Scientific Amateurs; Comprising the Arts of Blacksmithing and Forging; the Construction and Manufacture of Hand Tools, and the Various Methods of Using and Grinding Them; Description of Hand and Machine Processes; Turning and Screw Cutting; and the Various Details of Setting Out Work Incidental to the Mechanical Engineer's and Machinist's Art
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