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Workshop Machinery

Workshop Machinery
Making a major purchase of a lathe, a milling machine or combination lathe/mill, whether manually operated or using computer numerical control (CNC), is a daunting prospect for any model engineer. This workshop practice book provides practical advice on how to make the selection bearing in mind the particular needs of the individual. It provides descriptions and technical data about the wide range of machines and accessories available from UK, European, American and Far East manufacturers. It also looks at the many different types of tooling fixtures and accessories that may be required.

Softcover published 128-pages, 15cm wide x 21cm high, new.
SKU SKU18131
Quantity in stock 2 item(s) available
Weight 0.25 kg
Author Alex Weiss
ISBN 978-185486-260-0
 
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