Pattern Making: A Practical Treatise Embracing the Main Types of Engineering Construction, Together with the Methods of Estimating the Weight of Castings, and an Appendix of Tables for Workshop Reference

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C. Lockwood and son, 1902 - Patternmaking - 372 pages
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