The Turner's Manual: Being a Complete Translation of the Valuable Work of L.E. Bergeron, with the Improvements and Alterations Introduced Up to the Present Time ; Illustrated with Fine Woodcuts and Lithographic Engravings of the Original Plates, Also of the Various Modern Appliances : Being a Perfect Edition of the Work of M. Bergeron, Supplemented with Original Notes and Appendices, Necessary to Render it a Comprehensive Encyclopędia of Turning, Plain and Ornamental, in All Its Branches
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Page 313 - Place the vessel containing the mixture on the fire, and as soon as it begins to boil take it off the fire and stir it until it becomes cold.
Page 91 - Make these pieces two feet long, a quarter of an inch thick, and from one inch and an eighth to one inch and a quarter in width.
Page 243 - A little oil should be applied to both sides of the milling-wheel, which must be inclined to the right or to the left, according to the shape of the work.
Page 161 - ... in one direction and then in the opposite one, taking care to always cross the strokes.