Milling: A Complete Course (Workshop Practice) by Harold Hall

By Harold Hall

A whole self-tuition direction which assumes no past event of utilizing the milling desktop; throughout the medium of 4 minor and 4 magor initiatives, it leads potential clients of the milling computer via the entire recommendations concerned.

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