Metalworking Sink or Swim in the Machine Shop
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Metalworking Sink or Swim in the Machine Shop : Tips and Tricks for Machinists, Welders and Fabricators

By (author) Tom Lipton

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This collection of priceless tips, tricks, skills, and experiences from a veteran of the trade is presented in a way that captures the attention of users and engages them in the process of furthering the art. It includes shop-tested descriptions and illustrations of creative and unique skills and observations from almost 40 years in the metalworking trades. What's more, it offers enough material from several metalworking trades to start a great research and development shop. It is sure to be a valuable and time-saving resource for anyone involved in the fabrication of metal. The book is written by a shop peer from the perspective of having done the required work. It includes nearly 1,000 full-color photos, as wells as numerous illustrative stories that help users easily understand the material presented and the techniques provided. It contains a chapter on flame straightening techniques; offers many examples of special workholding techniques; and covers crossover skills like welding/machine, sheetmetal/welding, and design/management.

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  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 213.36 x 276.86 x 20.32mm | 884.5g
  • 12 Feb 2009
  • Industrial Press Inc.,U.S.
  • New York
  • English
  • New edition
  • New
  • 0831133627
  • 9780831133627
  • 100,643

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Excellent Informative Book.

This is quite a unique book, in that it covers a wide spectrum of the metal trades. Tom Lipton has a done an excellent job of covering each with his expertise. There are are a lot of extremely useful tips on each. I must admit, I delayed purchasing this book for quite a while due to its price (probably due to the large quantities of colour photos). However, having now read it I would have been happy had I paid full price for it. The author has also started a blog, which I highly recommend. http://oxtool.blogspot.co.uk/show more
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