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Books on workshop receipts, engineering, construction, mechanics, etc.

-The Engineer's And Mechanic's Encyclopaedia Vol1 | by Luke Hebert
Comprehending Practical Illustrations Of The Machinery and Processes Employed In Every Description Of Manufacture Of The British Empire.
-The Engineer's And Mechanic's Encyclopaedia Vol2 | by Luke Hebert
Comprehending Practical Illustrations Of The Machinery and Processes Employed In Every Description Of Manufacture Of The British Empire.
-An Elementary Outline Of Mechanical Processes | by G. W. Danforth
Giving a brief account of the materials used in engineering construction and of the essential features in the methods of producing them, also describing shop processes and equipment for the shaping of metals into forms for engineering and general uses arranged for the instruction of midshipmen at the u. s. naval academy and for students in general
-The Mechanician, A Treatise On The Construction And Manipulation Of Tools | by Cameron Knight
For the use and instruction of young engineers and scientific amateurs; comprising the arts of blacksmithing and forging; the construction and manufacture of hand tools, and the various methods of using and grinding them; the construction of machine tools and how to work them; machine fitting and erection; description of hand and machine processes: turning and screw cutting ; principles of constructing and details of making and erecting steam engines ; and the various details of setting out work incidental to the mechanical engineer's and machinist's art.
-American Library Edition Of Workshop Receipts Vol1| by Ernest Spon
Workshop Receipts has been compiled with three purposes in view: to serve as a note-book to the small manufacturer; to supply the intelligent workman with information required to conduct a process, foreign perhaps to his habitual labour, but which it is necessary to practise at the time; and to impart to the scientific amateur a knowledge of many processes in the arts, trades and manufactures, which will, it is hoped, render his pursuits the more instructive and remunerative.
-American Library Edition Of Workshop Receipts Vol2| by Ernest Spon
Devoted Mainly To Subjects Connected With Chemical Manufacture
-American Library Edition Of Workshop Receipts Vol3| by Ernest Spon
Devoted Mainly to Electrical and Metallurgical Subjects
-American Library Edition Of Workshop Receipts Vol4| by Ernest Spon
Devoted Mainly To Handicrafts And Mechanical Subjects
-American Library Edition Of Workshop Receipts Vol5| by Ernest Spon
Containing Many New Articles, As Well As Additions To Articles Included In The Previous Volumes
-Spons' Mechanics' Own Book: A Manual For Handicraftsmen And Amateurs | by Edward Spon
The title of this work almost suffices to indicate the character of the contents, without the aid of any prefatory explanation. The authors have no new theories to advance, nor discoveries to relate : their aim has been rather to discuss from an everyday practical view the various mechanical trades that deal with the conversion of wood, metals, and stone into useful objects.
-The English And American Mechanic | by B. Frank Van Cleve
Comprising a collection of over 3000 receipts, rules and tables, designed for the use of every mechanic and manufacturer
-Cassell's Cyclopaedia Of Mechanics | by Paul N. Hasluck
Cassell's Cyclopędia Of Mechanics contains in a form convenient for ready reference and everyday use receipts, processes, and memoranda selected from a rich store of choice information contributed by a staff of skilful and talented technicians, upon whose practical experience and expert knowledge the information is based. The matter contained in this volume has been carefully digested, freely illustrated, and made plain to those inexperienced.
-Industrial Recipes | by John Phin
A collection of useful, reliable, practical recipes, rules, processes, methods, wrinkles and practical hints forming a reliable workshop companion for all engaged in the various industrial arts and trades.









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