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Model Engineers Workshop Manual (Past Masters)

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Paperback, 308 pages
Published October 1st 1992 by TEE Publishing Ltd
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James Eckman
Oct 20, 2015 James Eckman rated it really liked it
Shelves: non-fiction, diy
How to build a whole pile of very useful tools for the model engineer. Many of these projects are oriented around the Myford ML7 but are useful for many of the lathes in this range. The instructions are clear and the drawings are well done. Projects include devices for marking and laying out, cutting tools, boring heads, threads, retracting top slide and many others. Well worth it!
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George Brinton Thomas, a mathematician who turned a one-year teaching appointment at MIT into a 38-year career and whose well-regarded textbook has been used around the world, died Oct. 31 of natural causes in State College, Pa. He was 92.

Thomas, known as a young teacher for his ability to communicate mathematical concepts, was hired in 1951 by publisher Addison-Wesley to revise their then-standar
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