METAL TURNING ON THE LATHE - BY DAVID CLARK (0412 022326) This book shows you how to make full use of your lathe safely and effectively in your workshop. With practical advice throughout, it is aimed at both the aspiring and experiences engineer. Includes 239 colour illustrations, 112pp.
CNC MILLING IN THE WORKSHOP - BY MARCUS BOWMAN (0412 022226) This new accessible guide takes a practical approach to software and techniques, and explains how you can make full use of your CNC mill to produce ambitious work of a high standard. 280 colour illustrations, 144pp.
THE METALWORKER'S WORKSHOP - by Harold Hall (0412 021426) This book presents a complete guide to building or converting a workshop space and then equiping it to serve a wide range of metalworking activities including model engineering, model making, car restoration and clockmaking.
WHEEL AND PINION CUTTING IN HOROLOGY BY J. MALCOLM WILD (0412 021826) Fully illustrated, this book covers early methods for cutting wheels, the theory behind wheels and pinions, practical instruction on all aspects of wheel and pinion cutting, and advice on equipment. 256 pages.
THE COMPACT LATHE - by Stan Bray (0412 019226) Stan Bray's comprehensive introduction to the subject covers the components, the machining operations and facilities which will enable the novice or experienced operator quickly to reach full proficiency and achieve the highest standards of lathe work. Soft cover, 187pp.
TOOL AND CUTTER SHARPENING by Harold Hall (0412 018626) Sharpening workshop tools is the one task the least understood by by the majority of workshop owners. This book illustrates how most sharpening tasks can be carried out using a grinderand a few simply made accessories, to a standard comparable to sophisticated equipment. 128 pages, soft cover.
BEARINGS - By Alex Weiss (0412 020226) This book describes the diverse range of bearings found in many models built in home workshops. It reviews bearing materials, the preferred types to be used for each occasion, highlights differences between home made and shop bought, plus their installation and care. Soft cover. 117 pages.
REGULATOR CLOCK CONSTRUCTION - By Peter Heimann (0412 020126) This book describes the construction of two different clock projects (an eight day and a month going regulator) and features full scale working drawings supported by detailed photographs and line drawings. It is intended for model engineering hobbyists with basic facilities. Soft cover, 144 pages.
BELLFOUNDING - By Trevor S Jennings (0412 020826) This informative study illustrates the development of moulding and casting techniques; and there are specially prepared photographs illustrating the production processes still used at Britain's surviving foundries in the UK in order to make and repair some of the country's most famous bells.Soft c.32pages
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