The Modern Practice of American Machinists & Engineers, Including the Construction, Application, and Use of Drills, Lathe Tools, Cutters for Boring Cylinders and Hollow Work Generally ...: Together with Workshop Management, Economy of Manufacture, the Steam Engine ... Etc., Etc
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