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Old 9th August 2005, 02:53 AM   #1
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Default Metal working book ideas...

I'm looking for a good illustrative and informative book on metal working that would include - cutting, drilling, tapping, anodizing, etching, polishing etc.

I saw from a search 'Metal Working' by Paul Hasluck, 2,206 illustrations and 760 pages from 1907 but I was thinking that this may be more blacksmithing AND the 'Machinests Handbook' but this may be more of a reference book for the tool and die professional.

Any thots???

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Default Here is one place you can find some info

http://www.chronos.ltd.uk/acatalog/i...ml&CatalogBody


I have a couple of them and they are pretty good. Written in a down to earth fashion. Could be usefull depending on your skill level.

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http://www.chronos.ltd.uk/acatalog/i...ml&CatalogBody


I have a couple of them and they are pretty good. Written in a down to earth fashion. Could be usefull depending on your skill level.

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That's great Mark, The tapping and useful techniques looks good and always like the 'down to earth style', Thanks!

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