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Harold Hall

Metalworking Books

Workshop Practice Series Books  Harold Hall

The Metalworker's Workshop, number 44.

ISBN 978 185486 256 3

 

This book attempts to cover all aspects of setting up a fully equipped metalworking workshop and whilst the book will be of particular benefit to the one who is about to establish a workshop for the first time, similarly the majority who already have a partially equipped workshop will find much of interest. I would even say that those who consider their workshop to be fully equipped will find some of the books content useful. The book contains 160 pages and includes the following 16 chapters.

 

1.The workshop purpose, Model engineering, Restoration, etc. 2.The building. 3.Internal fittings, benches, storage, power supply. 4. Initial planning, typically, metric of imperial. 5.Hand Tools. 6. Precision tools. 7. Shop made additions. 8. The Electrics, motor starters,variable speed controls. 9. Machine installation. 10.The lathe, 11. Lathe accessories. 12. Drilling machine and accessories. 13. The Milling machine. 14. Milling machine accessories. 15. Grinders, Motorised saws. 16. Presses, Welders and Shapers.

 

The Metalworkers Workshop for Home Machinists.

ISBN 978-1-56523-697-4

 

This is a very slightly edited version  for the American market of the above W. P. S. Book.  See  also Page 1

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"The Metalworkers Workshop"
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