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A treatise on the drawing of mechanisms and machine details, including the making of different classes of drawings, the dimensioning, reading, and checking of working drawings, numbering and filing systems for drawings, and general drafting.
BY FRANKLIN D. JONES
Associate Editor of MACHINERY
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- Adjective (en adjective) Of or pertaining to the useful or mechanic arts, or to any academic, legal, science, engineering, business, or the like terminology with specific and precise meaning or (frequently, as a degree of distinction) shades of meaning; specially appropriate to any art, science or engineering field, or business; as, the words of an indictment must be technical.
NEW YORK; THE INDUSTRIAL PRESS; 1920
DRAFTING ROOM METHODS STANDARDS AND FORMS
Development In Technical Drawing
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A REFERENCE BOOK FOR ENGINEERING OFFICES AND DRAFTSMEN
BY CHARLES D. COLLINS
NEW YORK, D. VAN NOSTRAND COMPANY, 1918
SKETCHES OF ENGINE AND MACHINE DETAILS
A reference book for the use of engineers, draughtsmen, and mechanics, and a text book for machine construction and drawing classes.
BY WALLACE BENTLEY
LONDON, CHAPMAN & HALL LIMITED, 1916.
ESSENTIALS OF DRAFTING
A TEXTBOOK ON MECHANICAL DRAWING AND MACHINE DRAWING WITH CHAPTERS AND PROBLEMS ON MATERIALS STRESSES, MACHINE CONSTRUCTION AND WEIGHT ESTIMATING
BY CARL L. SVENSEN,
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGINEERING DRAWING IN THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
NEW YORK, D. VAN NOSTRAND COMPANY, 1919
BY THE DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL ENGINEERING DRAWING
MECHANICAL DRAWING AND PRACTICAL DRAFTING
By Charles H. Sampson, B. S.
Head of Technical Department, Huntington School, Boston
MILTON BRADLEY COMPANY, SPRINGFIELD - MASSACHUSETTS, 1920
SYSTEMS AND PRACTICE OF THE DRAFTING ROOM
MACHINERY'S REFERENCE SERIES
EACH NUMBER IS ONE UNIT IN A COMPLETE LIBRARY OF MACHINE DESIGN AND SHOP PRACTICE REVISED AND REPUBLISHED FROM MACHINERY
The Industrial Press, New York City, 1910
STRUCTURAL DRAFTING AND THE DESIGN OF DETAILS
BY CARLTON THOMAS BISHOP, C.E.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING, SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL OF TALE UNIVERSITY
NEW YORK, JOHN WILEY AND SONS, INC., 1920
A MANUAL OF INDUSTRIAL DRAWING FOR CARPENTERS AND OTHER WOODWORKERS
New York, WILLIAM T. COMSTOCK, 1892.
BY A. BENTON GREENBERG, B.A.
Formerly Inspector and Draftsman, Supervising Architect's Office, Washington, D.C.; Engineer and Inspector, Building Department, New York City; Practicing Architect
IN COLLABORATION WITH CHARLES B. HOWE, M. E.
NEW YORK, JOHN WILEY & SONS, Inc., 1913
Mechanic Drawing Symbol
CORRELATED COURSES IN WOODWORK AND MECHANICAL DRAWING
By IRA S. QRIFFITH, A. B
Assistant Professor of Manual Arts, Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Peoria, Illinois; Author of 'Essentials of Woodworking,' 'Woodwork for Amateur Craftsmen,' 'Projects for Beginning Woodwork and Mechanical Drawing,' and 'Advanced Projects in Woodwork.'
THE MANUAL ARTS PRESS, PEORIA, ILLINOIS, 1912
ELEMENTS OF GENERAL DRAFTING FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
BY C. E. COOLIDGE
Assistant Professor of Machine Design Sibley College, Cornell University
H, L. FREEMAN
Instructor in Machine Design, Sibley College, Cornell University
NEW YORK; JOHN WILEY & SONS, 1904
ENGINEER DRAUGHTSMEN'S WORK
HINTS FOR BEGINNERS BY A PRACTICAL DRAUGHTSMAN
LONDON; WHITTAKER & CO.; 1896
ESSENTIALS OF MECHANICAL DRAFTING - ELEMENTS, PRINCIPLES, AND METHODS
With specific applications in working drawings of furniture, machine, and sheet metal construction
A manual for students, arranged for reference and study in connection with courses in manual training, industrial, high, and technical schools.
By Ludwig Frank
Instructor in drawing, high school of commerce. Boston,
1917, Milton Bradley Company, Springfield, Massachusetts
MACHINE DRAWING - A TEXT AND PROBLEM BOOK FOR TECHNICAL STUDENTS AND DRAFTSMEN
BY CARL L. SVENSEN, M.E.
Professor of Engineering Drawing, Texas Technological College, Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society for Promotion of Engineering Education., Formerly Professor of Engineering Drawing, Ohio State University
NEW YORK, D. VAN NOSTRAND COMPANY, INC., 1921,
BY CHARLES B. HOWE, M.E.
NEW YORK: JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC., 1916
PRACTICAL MECHANICAL DRAWING AND MACHINE DESIGN
BY: CHAS. WESTINGHOUSE
CHICAGO, FREDERICK J. DRAKE & CO., PUBLISHERS, 1907
RADFORD'S ACHITECTURAL DRAWING
Complete Guide to Work of Architect's Office: Drawing to Scale; Tracing; Detailing; Lettering; Rendering; Designing; Classic Orders of Architecture
A complete and thorough course, clearly written and beautifully illusteated; suited alike to individual study and class instruction
Prepared under the Supervision of WILLIAM A. RADFORD
President of the Radford Architectural Company,
THE RADFORD ARCHITECTURAL COMPANY; Chicago; 1912
THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF MACHINE DRAWING, SKETCHING, FIGURING, ETC., TOGETHER WITH NUMEROUS PRACTICAL EXAMPLES
TECHNICAL DRAWING SERIES
By GARDNER C. ANTHONY, A.M.
Professor of Drawing in Tufts College; Dean of the Bromfield-Pearson School;
Author of “Elements of Mechanical Drawing” and “Essentials of Gearing;”
BOSTON, U.S.A., D. C. HEATH & CO., PUBLISHERS, 1899
MACHINE SHOP DRAWINGS
Reading drawings, making shop sketches, laying out work.
BY FRED H. COLVIN
1909, McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, NEW YORK
MACHINE DRAFTING AND EMPIRICAL DESIGN
A textbook for students in engineering schools, and others who are beginning the study of drawing as applied to machine design.
BY WALTER RAUTENSTRAUCH AND JOHN T. WILLIAMS
NEW YORK, D. VAN NOSTRAND COMPANY, 1907
'Assembling (joining of the pieces) is done by welding, binding with adhesives, riveting, threaded fasteners, or even yet more bending in the form of a crimped seam. Structural steel and sheet metal are the usual starting materials for fabrication, along with the welding wire, flux, and fasteners that will join the cut pieces. As with other manufacturing processes, both human labor and automation are commonly used. The product resulting from fabrication may be called a fabrication. Shops that specialize in this type of metal work are called fab shops. The end products of other common types of metalworking, such as machining, metal stamping, forging, and casting, may be similar in shape and function, but those processes are not classified as fabrication.' [Metal fabrication. Wikipedia]
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