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Basic Benchwork

Basic Benchwork
A considerable amount of engineering work takes place on the bench, using hand tools and techniques which are second nature to those who earn their living in an engineering environment; they probably learned at technical college, as an apprentice, or by the example of more experienced workmates. The amateur engineer or hobbyist may not have enjoyed such advantages and, for example, may break a lot of hacksaw blades because he has not been shown how to use the saw or what sort of blades he should be using. This book sets out to cover all the normal bench processes in a simple but informative manner which should help all who have come to enjoy working with metals but whose education did not include grounding in the basics of engineering benchwork. Illustrated with black & white photos and diagrams.

Softcover published by Nexus Special Interests, England, 2000, 127-pages, indexed, 15cm wide x 21cm high, new.
SKU SKU18113
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Weight 0.30 kg
Author Les Oldridge
ISBN 978-085242-920-7
 
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