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Machinery's Handbook by Erik Oberg

Machinery's Handbook

by Erik Oberg, Franklin Day Jones

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I have the 5th edition of this from 1917 that came with my 1938 South Bend lathe that is all beat to hell but it looks good on the shelf. The print is so fine I'm surprised machinists didn't all go blind. ( )
  Chickenman | Sep 12, 2018 |
For rapid reference on a PC ( )
  editorgreen | Mar 4, 2007 |
Known as the Bible of the Manufacturing Industries
  editorgreen | Mar 4, 2007 |
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Determining the powers and roots of numbers, especially the larger numbers, would require considerable time by ordinary mathematical processes and besides there is a chance of error.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0831127007, Hardcover)

A new more usable organization...every section has been reformatted so that you will never have to search outside of that area for information on the topic you are exploring.

30% MORE math coverage...from the basic to the advanced, you'll find fractions, positive and negative numbers, derivatives and integrals, analytical geometry, circular segments, matrices and engineering economics.

New or revised material on...cutting tools, screw threads, symbols and abbreviations, threads and threading, disc springs, properties and materials, sine bars, and sheet metal.

Updated Standards.

New individual indices for standards, materials, and interactive equations.

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"A reference book for the mechanical engineer, draftsman, toolmaker and machinist."

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