Lathe-work: A Practical Treatise on the Tools, Appliances, and Processes Employed in the Art of Turning Including Hand-turning, Boring and Drilling, the Use of Slide-rests and Overhead Gear, Screw-cutting by Hand and Self-acting Motion, Wheel-cutting, Etc., Etc
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