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Modern metalworking: materials, tools, and procedures (edition 1965)

by John R. Walker

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Provides basic information about tools, materials, and procedures used in metalworking. Covers both hand and machine-tool operations and supplies background information about industrial equipment and processes. Over 1500 photographs and drawings highlight important concepts and procedures.
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Title:Modern metalworking: materials, tools, and procedures
Authors:John R. Walker
Info:Homewood, Ill., Goodheart-Willcox Co. [1965]
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