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ESSENTIALS OF SHEET METAL WORK AND PATTERN DRAFTING

An Elementary and Advanced Course for Vocational and Trade School Students and Apprentices; also for Sheet Metal Workers, Contractors, and Instructors

BY JAMES S. DAUGHERTY
Instructor in Sheet Metal Work, School of Applied Industries

CHICAGO; FREDERICK J. DRAKE & CO.; 1918


THE NEW METAL WORKER PATTERN BOOK

A treatise on the principles and practice of pattern cutting as applied to sheet metal work.

BY W. KITTREDGE.

NEW YORK: DAVID WILLIAMS, 1896.


A TEXTBOOK ON SHEET METAL PATTERN DRAFTING

SCRANTON, INTERNATIONAL TEXTBOOK COMPANY, 1901

A textbook on sheet metal pattern drafting VOLUME I

A textbook on sheet metal pattern drafting VOLUME II

 
THE TINSMITH'S HELPER AND PATTERN BOOK

WITH USEFUL RULES, DIAGRAMS AND TABLES

BY H. K. VOSBURGH

NEW YORK, DAVID WILLIAMS COMPANY, 1912

 
THE NEW TINSMITH'S HELPER AND PATTERN BOOK

A textbook and working guide for the ambitious apprentice, busy mechanic or trade school student, giving a practical explanation of the properties of circles, the mensuration of surfaces and solids, simple geometrical drawing, the forming of seams, laps and joints, and one hundred problems on the layout and cutting of Conical Vessels, Elbows and Piping, Furnace Fittings, Ducts, Gutters, Leaders and Roofing, Tinclad Fireproof Doors, Cornice and Skylight Work; with ninety-two tables and many shop kinks, recipes, and formulas.

BY HALL V. WILLIAMS

New York, U. P. C. Book Company, 1917


SHEET METAL DRAFTING

BY ELLSWORTH M. LONGFIELD

McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, 1921


TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER PLATE WORKER

A practical workshop companion containing rules for describing various kinds of patterns used by tin, sheet-iron and copper-plate workers; practical geometry; mensuration of surfaces and solids; tables of the weights and strengths of metals and other materials; tables of areas and circumferences of circles; composition of metallic alloys and solders; with numerous valuable receipts and manipulations for every-day use in the workshop.

BY LEROY J. BLINN

NEW YORK, HENRY CAREY BAIRD & CO., 1920


PRACTICAL SHEET METAL WORK AND DEMONSTRATED PATTERNS

A comprehensive treatise in several volumes on shop and outside practice and pattern drafting.

DAVID WILLIAMS COMPANY NEW YORK; 1910

Practical sheet metal work and demonstrated patterns VOLUME 1

Practical sheet metal work and demonstrated patterns VOLUME 2

Practical sheet metal work and demonstrated patterns VOLUME 3

Practical sheet metal work and demonstrated patterns VOLUME 5

Practical sheet metal work and demonstrated patterns VOLUME 6

Practical sheet metal work and demonstrated patterns VOLUME 7

Practical sheet metal work and demonstrated patterns VOLUME 9

Practical sheet metal work and demonstrated patterns VOLUME 10

Practical sheet metal work and demonstrated patterns VOLUME 11


HOME INSTRUCTION FOR SHEET METAL WORKERS

BY WILLIAM NEUBECKER

U. P. C. BOOK COMPANY. NEW YORK, 1922


PRACTICAL SHEET METAL DUCT CONSTRUCTION

A Treatise in the Construction and Erection of Heating and Ventilating Ducts

BY WILLIAM NEUBECKER

New York, The Sheet Metal Publication Company, 1916



TINSMITHING

TINSMITHING INSTRUCTION PAPER

PREPARED BY WILLIAMM NEUBECKER
Instructor Sheet Metal Department of New York Trade School

1903; AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CORRESPONDENCE AT ARMOUR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY CHICAGO ILLINOIS


ELBOW PATTERNS FOR ALL FORMS OF PIPE

A treatise upon the elbow pattern explaining the most simple and accurate methods for obtaining the patterns for elbows in all forms of pipe made from sheet metal.

BY F. W. KIDDER

PUBLISHED BY THE SHEET METAL PUBLICATION CO.; New York, 1918


INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR SHEET METAL WORKERS


BY E. W. SELVIDGE AND ELMER W. CHRISTY

THE MANUAL ARTS PRESS,PEORIA, ILLINOIS , 1925


TRIANGULATION APPLIED TO SHEET METAL PATTERN CUTTING


A Comprehensive Treatise for Cutters, Draftsmen, Foremen and Students. Progressing from the simplest phases of the subject to the most complex problems employed in the development of Sheet Metal Patterns. With practical solutions of numerous problems of frequent occurrence in sheet metal shops.

BY F. S. KIDDER

NEW YORK, The Sheet Metal Publication Company, 1917


PRACTICAL SHEET AND PLATE METAL WORK

FOR THE USE OF BOILERMAKERS, BRAZIERS, COPPERSMITHS, IRONWORKERS, PLUMBERS, SHEET METALWORKERS, TINSMITHS, WHITESMITHS, ZINCWORKERS, AND OTHERS WHO REQUIRE A KNOWLEDGE OF THE WORKING UP OF METALS OR DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACES

BY EVAN A. ATKINS,

WHITTAKER & CO., NEW YORK, 1908


MENSURATION FOR SHEET METAL WORKERS

AS APPLIED IN WORKING ORDINARY PROBLEMS IN SHOP PRACTICE

By WILLIAM NEUBECKER

NEW YORK; DAVID WILLIAMS COMPANY, 1907


SHEET METAL WORK


A manual of practical self-instruction in the art of pattern drafting and construction work in light and heavy-gauge metal, including skylights, roofing, cornice work, etc.

BY WILLIAM NEUBECKER

AMERICAN TECHNICAL SOCIETY, CHICAGO, 1919


SHOP PROBLEMS IN SHEET METAL FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

WITH NOTES ON EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS AND SHOP METHODS

BY EUGENE C. GRAHAM

PRINTED ON THE HIGH SCHOOL PRESS EVANSVILLE, INDIANA, 1918


THE COMPENDIUM OF ARCHITECTURAL SHEET-METAL WORK

EDITED BY A. O. KITTREDGE.

PHILADELPHIA, HENRY CAREY BAIRD & CO., 1877.      


NEW BOOK OF INSTRUCTION FOR USE WITH THE EVERREADY PIPE AND ELBOW CHART


Designed for Sheet Metal and Boiler Workers

BY M. W. PEHL

NEW YORK, U. P. C. BOOK COMPANY, 1921


A PRACTICAL WORKSHOP COMPANION FOR TIN, SHEET IRON, AND COPPER PLATE WORKERS

Containing for rules describing various kinds of patterns used by tin, sheet iron, and copper plate workers; practical geometry; mensuration of surfaces and solids; tables for the weights of metals; lead pipe, etc.; tables of areas and circumferences of circles; japans, varnishes, lackers, cements, compositions, etc., etc.

BY LEROY J. BLINN

HENRY CAREY BAIRD, PHILADELPHIA, 1866


ESTIMATING SHEET METAL WORK

Tell in plain English how to figure the proper sizes of articles, how to take off the material required from the plans of any sheet metal job, how to buy material and cut it to advantage for different work, how to figure the actual overhead expense for any department, or kind of work handled, in your own shop, and explains the special risks to be considered in making bids, financing, etc.

BY A. HOPP AND W. M. NEUBECKER

NEW YORK, U. P. C. BOOK COMPANY, 1922


XXth CENTURY SHEET METAL WORKER

A Modern Treatise on Modern Sheet Metal Work

BY H. E. OSBORNE

THE AMERICAN ARTISAN, CHICAGO, 1910


MODERN SHEET METAL WORKERS INSTRUCTOR

Practical geometry, mensuration, properties of metals and alloys, sheet metal working machinery, working sheet metal, sheet metal worker' tools, seams or joints, soldering, soldering fluxes, practical problems in sheet metal and cornice work, pipe bending, copper and tin utensils, hardening and tempering tools, micrometer gauges, work done by a drop hammer, technical definitions,  useful in formation, tables.

BY JOSEPH H. ROSE

CHICAGO; FREDERICK J. DRAKE & CO., 1906


THE NEW YORK TRADE SCHOOLS TEXTBOOK ON PATTERN DRAFTING

Suitable for all workers in sheet metal.
Part 1. Parallel line developments
Part 2. Radial line developments
Part 3. Triangulation

BY WILLIAM NEUBECKER

NEW YORK TRADE SCHOOL, 1905


THE SHEET METAL WORKERS INSTRUCTOR


BY R. H. WARN