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On Lathe Work with complete instructions for properly using the various tools, including complete directions for wood and metal Turning, Screw Cutting, Measuring Tools, Wood Turning, Metal Spinning, etc., and instructions for Building Home-made Lathes with their attachments, etc.
BY RAYMOND FRANCIS YATES
NEW YORK, THE NORMAN W. HENLEY PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1922
A complete practical work on the lathe, giving its origin and development, its design, its various types as manufactured by different builders, including engine lathes, heavy lathes, high-speed lathes, special lathes, turret lathes, electrically driven lathes, and many others, lathe attachments, lathe work, lathe tools, rapid change gear mechanisms, speeds and feeds, power for cutting tools, lathe testing, turning tapers, methods of milling and grinding in the lathe, thread cutting, lathe installation, etc.
BY OSCAR E. PERRIGO, M.E.
NEW YORK, THE NORMAN W. HENLEY PUBLISHING CO., 1919
A comprehensive and detailed treatise covering the design and use of cutting tools and holding devices employed in turning and boring operations in modern manufacturing plants for obtaining accuracy and increasing production.
BY ALBERT A. DOWD
NEW YORK, THE INDUSTRIAL PRESS, 1920
A treatise on the kinematical and dynamical principles governing the construction of metal turning lathes with notes to guide the purchaser in the choice of a tool and many examples from practice.
BY JOHN T. NICOLSON AND DEMPSTER SMITH
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO., LONDON, 1908
A specialized treatise for machinists, students in industrial and engineering schools, and apprentices, on turning and boring methods, including modern practice with engine lathes, turret lathes, vertical and horizontal boring machines
BY FRANKLIN D. JONES
NEW YORK, THE INDUSTRIAL PRESS, 1915
A new, complete and practical work on the "king of machine shop tools," the American lathe, giving its origin and development, its design, its various types as manufactured by different builders, including engine lathes, heavy lathes, high-speed lathes, special lathes, turret lathes, electrically driven lathes, and many others, lathe attachments, lathe work, lathe tools, rapid change gear mechanisms, speeds and feeds, power for cutting tools, lathe testing, etc.
BY OSCAR E. PERRIGO,
Author of " Modern Machine Shop Construction, Equipment and Management," "Change Gear Devices," " The Milling Machine and its Work," "Gear Cutting," "Pattern Making and Molding," etc.
NEW YORK, THE NORMAN W. HENLEY PUBLISHING CO.,1907
By ALBERT A. DOWD
- Design and Construction of Boring Tools
- Recessing Tools
- Adjustable and Multiple Turning Tools
Machinery's reference book
The industrial press, New York, 1914
A treatise on the appliances used for holding work for turning, boring and grinding.
- Holding Devices for First-operation Work
- Arbors for Second-operation Work
- Work-holding Arbors and Methods for Turning Operations
MACHINERY'S REFERENCE SERIES
The Industrial Press, New York, 1914
- Cutting Tools for Planer and Lathe
- Boring Tools
- Forging Lathe Boring Tools
- Shape of Standard Shop Tools
- Cutting Speeds and Feeds for Lathe Tools
- Straight and Circular Forming Tools
Machinery's reference series
1912, The Industrial Press, New York
BY JOSEPH G. HORNER
- The Sections of Lathe Beds
- The Longitudinal Forms of Lathe Beds
Machinery's reference series
1913, The Industrial Press, New York
As adapted to the teaching of machine shop practice in technical schools.
BY T. J. PALMATEER
Instructor in machine work
Press of Nolte Bros, San Jose, California, 1917
Prepared for students in technical manual training, and trade schools, and for the apprentice in the shop.
BY O’BRIEN BROS
South bend lathe works, 1917
Prepared for Students in Technical Vocational and Industrial Schools, and for the Apprentice in the Shop. The 8 – inch Bench Lathe makes a useful, practice, and interesting project for the school shop that is in a position to build a lathe of this kind. This Bench Lathe may be used in groups for wood turning in the Manual Training Department.
O’BRIEN BROTHERS, SOUTH BEND LATHE WORKS, INDIANA, 1920
A hand book for operators.
JONES & LAMSON MACHINE COMPANY, SPRINGFIELD, VERMONT, 1910
A HANBOOK FOR ENGINEERS, TECHNICAL STUDENTS, AND AMATEURS
A practical compendium covering in a comprehensive manner the modern practice of machining, metal parts in the lathe, including the regular engineer's lathe, its essential designs, its uses, its tools, its attachments, and the manner of holding the work and performing the operations; the modernised engineers lathe, its methods, tools and great range of accurate work; the turret lathe, its tools, accessories, and methods of performing its functions; with chapters on special work, grinding, toolholders, speeds, feeds, modern tool steels, etc.
BY JOSEPH G. HORNER
LONDON, CROSBY LOCKWOOD AND SON, 1906