By Vic Smeed
For almost 100 years "Model Engineer" journal has proved a resource of information for a wide selection of engineering practices. Its readership has integrated many hugely skilled engineers, who've replied queries and contributed beneficial details so that all people curious about the development and use of machines will be in a position to expand either scope and talents. the various items of knowledge considered as most dear seemed briefly notes or articles, usually a long time in the past, and have been by no means republished. This compilation deals a variety of tricks and assistance culled from a large time-scale of the journal. they might keep the reader money and time, and should curiosity and educate somebody who works with steel.
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