Books from TEE Publishing


Engineering Menu > Engineering Books & DVD's  > Books >  Books from TEE Publishing



New Book How (Not) To Paint a Locomotive  (Ref: LOC1..)

New Book How (Not) To Paint a Locomotive

The author spent six years building a 7 1/4 inch gauge model of an LNER B1 locomotive and wanted to paint it to a high standard. This turned out to be easier said than done. The complete process of painting and lining took two years of frustration,mistakes and wrong directions,but finally he won a gold medal at the 2004 Model Engineer Exhibition and the Charles Kennion Memorial Trophy for the best finished model in the show.It was this success that led the author to put pen to paper . This is not an academic treatise on painting , but a practical "cook book" from someone who did finally achieve a good result starting from zero knowledge.With 168 pages , 130 colour photographs and 30 diagrams this book takes the reader through all the necessary satges and processes in painting a model engineering subject. It includes selection and making of equipment,paint,prep-aration,spray and hand painting,fixing blemishes,lining,transfers,looking after paintwork and a list of suppliers.






23.00


Quantity:  





A Man & His Lathe  (Ref: TEE1)

A Man & His Lathe

A facsimile reprint of an early publication on using the Myford Lathe. Highly readable and a very useful book of interest to all Model Engineers .84 pages.






5.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Workshop Techniques (Ref: TEE65N)
2. The Model Engineers Lathe Manual (Ref: TEE62)
3. Screwcutting for Engineers (Ref: TEE55)





Analysis Of The Lever Escapement  (Ref: TEE100)

Analysis Of The Lever Escapement

A reprint of an extremely rare and much sought after publication. This is a very informative book dealing extensively with the subject of escapements.






7.50


Quantity:  





The Art Of Woodturning By William W. Klenke  (Ref: TEE1002)

The Art Of Woodturning  By William W. Klenke

One of the finest books ever published on the hobby of woodturning giving a comprehensive introduction to the various facets of woodturning. Contains no less than 35 superb projects which will be equally popular today as when first published.






10.50


Quantity:  





The Art & Craft Of Coachbuilding * By J. Philipson  (Ref: TEE1001)

The Art & Craft Of Coachbuilding *  By J. Philipson

The author draws on his experience of forty-five years working as a carriage manufacturer to produce this detailed study of every stage of 'Road-carriage building'. Philipson takes the reader from the principles of construction right through draught and suspension, materials and smithin to wheel making, painting, and trimming. Illustrated with many diagrams and explanatory drawings. First published in 1897, this remains a popular book.






10.50


Quantity:  





The A-z Of Hairspringing  (Ref: TEE1003)

The A-z Of Hairspringing

Published with the watchmaker in mind, this useful book will equally be of interest to many who may need to produce a spring for other purposes






6.50


Quantity:  





Atom Minor Mark 3  (Ref: TEE2)

Atom Minor Mark 3

Covers the construction in detail of one of the authors most famous designs. It is an extremely useful engine suited both to the beginner as well as the more experienced modeller.56 Pages
Westbury






5.50


Quantity:  





Baker Valve Gears * By J. W. Harding  (Ref: TEE5001)

Baker Valve Gears *  By J. W. Harding

One of the lesser known valve gears, LBSC actually designed a locomotive P. V. Baker specifically to use the gear and this well illustrated booklet gives an excellent insight into the design, construction and operation of the gear






5.50


Quantity:  





Beginner Guide to Fitting  (Ref: TEE4)

Beginner Guide to Fitting

An extremely useful book giving practical guidance for the beginner.156 pages
Law






7.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Nickel Plating Kit (Ref: NCK100)
2. New Clamp Type Knurling Tool (Ref: 391270)
3. Glanze Clamp Type Indexable Parting Tool 10 mm (Ref: 776030)





Bent Iron Work By Hasluck  (Ref: TEE6001)

Bent Iron Work  By Hasluck

This appeared in 1903 four years before Haslucks Metal Working described elsewhere in this list. Some of this material is included in Metal Working but you get much more. Consider bent iron work. You dont need heat, but you do need a bench anvil, hammers, pliers, and other sturdy tools to turn iron strap into fancy lamp brackets, candlestick brackets, grills, fire screens and much more. Fastening is done with simple clamps and rivets. Chapters include tools and materials; bending and working strip iron; simple exercises in bent iron. And the projects he shows are British! You will see drawings of grills and screens from Winchester and Chichester Cathedrals, and Westminster Abbey. Classic, beautiful stuff. Profusely illustrated. 160 pages. Paperback






5.50


Quantity:  





Beginners Guide to the Lathe  (Ref: TEE3)

Beginners Guide to the Lathe

Revised by Westbury - This book is undoubtedly the leading work of its kind. It is a comprehensive introduction to the lathe by two highly qualified writers.94 pages.
Marshall






5.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Workshop Techniques (Ref: TEE65N)
2. The Model Engineers Lathe Manual (Ref: TEE62)
3. Screwcutting for Engineers (Ref: TEE55)





British Steam Locomotive Builders By J. W. Lowe  (Ref: TEE7001)

British Steam Locomotive Builders  By J. W. Lowe

A unique reference book bringing together in one volume information on all known locomotive builders. Over 700 pages containing 541 photographs and 47 diagrams, it will be invaluable to railway historians, and of interest to steam enthusiasts of all ages.






41.00


Quantity:  





Building a Small Lathe  (Ref: TEE3N)

Building a Small Lathe

A reprint of a detailed manual explaining how to make a small lathe suitable for most tasks facing the model engineer at a considerable saving in cost.
By Mason - 82 pages






9.50


Quantity:  





Build Your Own Steam Locomotive "Sweet Pea"  (Ref: TEE10)

Build Your Own Steam Locomotive

Covering the construction of that most popular of locomotives, Sweet Pea a 5" narrow gauge Bagnall style locomotive. This book shows how to step by step.174 pages
Buckler






16.50


Quantity:  





Building the Beam Engine Mary  (Ref: TEE8)

Building the Beam Engine Mary

A 1" bore x 2" stroke four column non condensing beam engine fully detailed in 44 dimensioned drawings and photos.84 pages
Tubal Cain






7.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Carrs no 180 Solder (Ref: No180)
2. Carrs Brass Black 50 ml (Ref: BB1)
3. Carrs Brown Label Flux (Ref: BLF1)





Building The Overcrank Engine Georgina  (Ref: TEE5)

Building The Overcrank Engine Georgina

A typical vertical steam engine of the 1860's with two arched supports for the crankshaft/flywheel. 37 photos and drawings.54 pages
Tubal Cain






7.50


Quantity:  





Building the Stuart Beam Engine  (Ref: TEE6)

Building the Stuart Beam Engine

This booklet describes the construction of this very popular model first introduced by Stuart Turner in the early 60's. A photostat facsimile of the original constructional series






7.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Carrs no 180 Solder (Ref: No180)
2. Carrs Brass Black 50 ml (Ref: BB1)
3. Carrs Brown Label Flux (Ref: BLF1)





Building Speedy, A Gwr 0-6-0 Tank In 5" Gauge By Lbsc  (Ref: TEE8001)

Building Speedy, A Gwr 0-6-0 Tank In 5

LBSCs 5" gauge GWR 0-6-0T locomotive Speedy was a design produced at the very height of his inventive powers in a period regarded by the experts as the vintage years, of LBSC. Literally hundreds of examples of this model have been and continue to be built. In spite of the passing of time and the introduction of rivals in the gauge and style, Speedy remains a very popular model and even if you do not intend to build this particular design, this book is generally informative and worth reading.






8.50


Quantity:  





Building A Vertical Steam Engine From Castings  (Ref: TEE11)

Building A Vertical Steam Engine From Castings

This book is based on the most popular of Stuart models the No10 range. It covers the machining of all parts of the 10 V & 10 H engines.64 pages.
Smith






7.50


Quantity:  





Building the Vertical Williamson Engine from 1862  (Ref: TEE7)

Building the Vertical Williamson Engine from 1862

A one-tenth scale model of an attractive column mounted vertical engine for 1862 detailed dimensioned drawings plus 53 photos.86 pages
Tubal Cain






7.50


Quantity:  





Building The Victoria By A. Smith  (Ref: TEE9001)

Building The Victoria  By A. Smith

A photostat facsimile of the original constructional series






7.50


Quantity:  





The Care And Management Of Stationary Steam Engines * By Charles Hurst  (Ref: TEE10001)

The Care And Management Of Stationary Steam Engines *  By Charles Hurst

Sub-titled 'A Practical Handbook for Men-in-Charge' this turn of the century book deals specifically with the maintenance and operation of the stationary engine and will be of interest both to restorers and modellers.






5.50


Quantity:  





Centre Lathe Practice  (Ref: TEE12)

Centre Lathe Practice

The lathe,construction,installation and maintenance design and care of cutting tools.120 pages






7.50


Quantity:  





Clock Repairing & Adjusting  (Ref: TEECLC)

Clock Repairing & Adjusting

By W.L. Randall

An introduction to repairing and adjusting a wide range of mechanical clocks. The action of various parts and the reason for stoppage is clearly explained.






5.50


Quantity:  





Clock Repairing & Making  (Ref: CB28R)

Clock Repairing & Making

A practical handbook describing the tools, materials and methods used in cleaning and repairing all kinds of English and foreign timepieces, striking and chiming clocks and the making of English clocks.

F Garrard
167 pages






10.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. METALWORKERS DATA BOOK (Ref: WPS42)
2. Miniature Car Construction * By C. Posthumus (Ref: TEE2021)





Clock And Watch Repairing For Amateurs * By H Benton  (Ref: TEE10002)

Clock And Watch Repairing For Amateurs *  By H Benton

A very useful book first published to help constructors and owners maintain and repair their timepieces. Whilst not entering into involved matters it does nevertheless permit the reader to deal with the average clock or watch.






5.50


Quantity:  





Clock Jobbers Handybook * By Paul N. Hasluck  (Ref: TEE2001)

Clock Jobbers Handybook *  By Paul N. Hasluck

This very useful book contains masses of information on construction and operation of clocks. As the construction of clocks has changed little over the years this particular book will prove immensely useful covering foreign clocks as well as English designs of the period.






8.50


Quantity:  





Clocks & Watches * By G. L. Overton  (Ref: TEE2010)

Clocks & Watches *  By G. L. Overton

First published in 1922 this book covers the history of time, primitive time measurement, watch and clock escapements right through to the electric clock of the early 20th century,






8.50


Quantity:  





Cutting Tools for Engineers  (Ref: TEE14)

Cutting Tools for Engineers

Presents clearly and simply the principles and application of the sort of cutting tools used by model engineers. Covers tools for most machines.132 pages
Sandy






8.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Dividing (Ref: WPS37)
2. Screwcutting in the Lathe Book (Ref: WPS3)
3. Zeuss Precision Data Charts (Ref: MISZC)





The Development Of Rotary Motion By Steam Power By David Hulse  (Ref: TEE2011)

The Development Of Rotary Motion By Steam Power  By David Hulse

In his second book David concentrates on two particular engines which are significant steps in the development of steam power. They are the world's first engine to achieve rotary motion by the use of a crank and flywheel followed by the first engine to have its rotational specs controlled by a governor. This important book continues David's detailed research into the history of steam power.






12.50


Quantity:  





Diesel Model Engines  (Ref: TEE15)

Diesel Model Engines

The leading work on model diesel engines. Full of useful designs for aircraft,cars & boats.224 pages
Bowden






10.50


Quantity:  





Drummond Lathework  (Ref: TEE18)

Drummond Lathework

This book shows the wide range of models built on Drummond machines. Features several interesting projects.
24 pages






4.82


Quantity:  





Drummond M Type Lathe  (Ref: TEE16)

Drummond M Type Lathe

Photostatic reprint of the original Drummond M type 3 centre lathe and the special attachment brochure showing all the versatility of this famous lathe.
28 pages






4.82


Quantity:  





Drummond Round Bed Lathe  (Ref: TEE17)

Drummond Round Bed Lathe

Photostatic reprint of the original Drummond 4" round bed centre lathe. Well illustrated throughout showing all the versatility of this famous lathe.
24 pages.






4.82


Quantity:  





Early Development of the Steam Engine  (Ref: TEEER)

Early Development of the Steam Engine

First serialised in Engineering in Miniature this mammoth work documents the development of the steam engine from the very earliest days. The author has not only carried out a vast amount of dedicated research, but he has also faithfully recreated several very historic engines in model form. With 117 drawings and photographs.

David Hulse
160 Pages






12.50


Quantity:  





Early Lathes & Machine Tools  (Ref: TEE19)

Early Lathes & Machine Tools

A Collection of facsimile advertisements illustrating numerous lathes and other machine tools produced at the turn of the century. Features many virtually unknown machines.
56 Pages
Deith






5.50


Quantity:  





Electric Clocks  (Ref: TEEEC)

Electric Clocks

This interesting book describes the principles and workings of an electric clock and then goes on to describe the construction of the simple electric clock and three quarter seconds clock with chime release. Discusses improvements to clocks, faces for them and the chiming movement

Kinostan
151 pages






8.50


Quantity:  





Electric Clocks & Chimes * By Edited P. Marshall  (Ref: TEE2012)

Electric Clocks & Chimes *  By Edited P. Marshall

A practical handbook giving complete instructions for the making of electrical timepieces, synchronised clock systems and chiming mechanisms.






8.50


Quantity:  





Evolution of Locomotive Valve Gears  (Ref: TEEEVO)

Evolution of Locomotive Valve Gears

This book was first published as a learned paper in the 1940s and covers in detail most known types of valve gear used in both stationary engines and locomotives. 100 drawings, 96 pages
T Shields
90 pages






9.50


Quantity:  





The Evolution Of The Steam Engine * By T. B. Mackenzie  (Ref: TEE2013)

The Evolution Of The Steam Engine *  By T. B. Mackenzie

A book covering the development of the Steam Engine from the early days of Watt & Boulton up to the later developments, from the Atmospheric Engine up to the application of Corliss Valve Gears and Uniflow Engines finally closing on Steam Turbines. Well worth close inspection.






5.50


Quantity:  





Experimental Flash Steam  (Ref: TEEEFS)

Experimental Flash Steam

The authors cover the application of flash steam to transport and describe a home build steam car. They also cover other applications such as the model locomotive and Sentinel Railcar, however, they have concentrated on the use of flash steam in model boats and hydroplanes. They have approached the subject in a scholarly and lively fashion, and their work will go a long way to meet the demands of those who are responsible for the current revival of interest in the subject. First published in 1973 and now reprinted.






15.50


Quantity:  





Fifty Useful Tools  (Ref: TEE21)

Fifty Useful Tools

Contains details of a number of useful items which can be improved upon to make useful workshop projects for the present day.64 pages
Marshall






5.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Sheet Metalwork Book (Ref: WPS8)
2. Tool & Cutter Sharpening (Ref: WPS38)
3. Spring Design & Manufacture Book (Ref: WPS19)





Fitting & Adjusting Bearings  (Ref: TEE21N)

Fitting & Adjusting Bearings

A subject little covered nowadays but nevertheless vital to the good operation of engines of all types. This book covers the important skill of fitting various bearings.64 pages.
Twelvetrees






5.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Lapping & Polishing (Ref: TEE33)
2. Rust Inhibiting Paper - 10 sheets (Ref: RH10)
3. SOFT BLANK END ARBOR 2 MT TANG END (Ref: BEA2T)





Flash Steam  (Ref: TEE212N)

Flash Steam

A reprint containing material on models and full size applications in Steam Cars etc. Details of several successful flash steam plants.






6.50


Quantity:  





Garden Railways  (Ref: TEE23)

Garden Railways

Garden railways require specialized treatment when compared with indoor lines and this book contains much useful information.110 pages
Tustin






5.50


Quantity:  





Gas And Oil Engines Simply Explained * By W. C. Runciman  (Ref: TEE2014)

Gas And Oil Engines Simply Explained *  By W. C. Runciman

This book describes the workings of gas and oil engines of the period. Covers ignition, governors, cams and valve settings.






5.50


Quantity:  





Gear Wheels & Gear Cutting  (Ref: TEE24)

Gear Wheels & Gear Cutting

Gives a full explanation of the principles and methods for toothed gearcutting,including a chapter on cutting spur gears in a lathe. 92 pages
Marshall






5.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Sheet Metalwork Book (Ref: WPS8)
2. Spring Design & Manufacture Book (Ref: WPS19)
3. Lathe Accessories How to Make & Use Them (Ref: TEE34L)





Gears for Small Mechanisms  (Ref: TEE26)

Gears for Small Mechanisms

Covers the theory and practice of the design of very small gears,friction & efficiency of tooth action,design of tools for cutting gear tooth forms.
344 pages.
W.O Davis






21.00


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Carrs no 180 Solder (Ref: No180)
2. Carrs Brass Black 50 ml (Ref: BB1)
3. Carrs Brown Label Flux (Ref: BLF1)





Gear Wheels Simply Explained  (Ref: TEE25)

Gear Wheels Simply Explained

standard work on the gear wheels explaining the principles of all forms of gear wheels from lantern pinions and racks to epycyclic gears.64 pages
Marshall






5.50


Quantity:  





Getting The Most Out Of Your Wood Lathe By Sam Browne  (Ref: TEE2015)

Getting The Most Out Of Your Wood Lathe  By Sam Browne

First published in the USA in 1935 this comprehensive 64 page book covers all branches of lathe operation, including metal turning and is profusely illustrated with over 200 photographs and line drawings.






5.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Workshop Techniques (Ref: TEE65N)
2. The Model Engineers Lathe Manual (Ref: TEE62)
3. Screwcutting for Engineers (Ref: TEE55)





Grinding Lapping & Honing  (Ref: TEE27)

Grinding Lapping & Honing

Describes the application of abrasive processes to finishing surfaces to a high degree of precision with descriptions of machines from the operators point of view.80 pages
Westbury






5.50


Quantity:  





Hardening & Tempering Engineers Tools  (Ref: TEE28)

Hardening & Tempering Engineers Tools

A comprehensive book on all aspects of hardening & tempering engineers tools. A very useful book which should be required reading for all model engineers
96 pages
Gentry






5.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Sheet Metalwork Book (Ref: WPS8)
2. Spring Design & Manufacture Book (Ref: WPS19)
3. Lathe Accessories How to Make & Use Them (Ref: TEE34L)





How to Read Workshop Drawings  (Ref: TEE28N)

How to Read Workshop Drawings

Complete explanations of all aspects of workshop drawings with 34 illustrations.
64 pages
Longland






5.50


Quantity:  





How To make an Electric Clock  (Ref: TEEELEc)

How To make an Electric Clock

First published in the late 1930's this book describes the construction of a basic yet reliable electric clock. The reader can modify the case to suit his own requirements and will if they follow the instructions in the book have a useful and reliable timepiece.
B. Way
54 pages






5.50


Quantity:  





How To Make Marquetry Pictures * By J Anderson  (Ref: TEE2016)

How To Make Marquetry Pictures *  By J Anderson

Covering the tracing and cutting of veneer, the assembly of the picture and cleaning up and polishing. Contains a useful list of veneers and recommendations on choice of same. Marquetry picture are so rich in the variety of their natural colour, texture and figure that one gains a very real satisfaction from the handling of veneers.






5.50


Quantity:  





Ignition Equipment * By Edgar T Westbury  (Ref: TEE2017)

Ignition Equipment *  By Edgar T Westbury

The author exhaustively researched very small ignition equipment in the late 1940's and this book is the result of that research. Practically every known form of ignition design is covered.






11.50


Quantity:  





Improvements & Accessories for your Lathe  (Ref: TEE29N)

Improvements & Accessories for your Lathe

A compilation of articles originally published in Model Engineer. This book contains plans & details of a vast range of accessories and improvements for the lathe.
192 pages
Radford






14.75


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Sheet Metalwork Book (Ref: WPS8)
2. Spring Design & Manufacture Book (Ref: WPS19)
3. Lathe Accessories How to Make & Use Them (Ref: TEE34L)





Introducing Benchwork  (Ref: TEE30N)

Introducing Benchwork

Describes the tools required in benchwork and all the processes,from the initial interpretation of the workshop drawing to the final finishing.160 pages
Bray






9.10


Quantity:  





Jig Fixture & Design  (Ref: TEE30)

Jig Fixture & Design

One of the most useful books on the subject covering drilling & boring jigs and milling and planning fixtures.
Davey






5.50


Quantity:  





Know Your Lathe -Screwcutting  (Ref: TEE31)

Know Your Lathe -Screwcutting

This book is a must for aspiring or practicing model engineers. Covers all aspects of installation and use of the lathes and how to use all tools.Machining procedures covered in detail.112 pages






5.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Workshop Techniques (Ref: TEE65N)
2. The Model Engineers Lathe Manual (Ref: TEE62)
3. Screwcutting for Engineers (Ref: TEE55)





Know Your Materials - Metals  (Ref: TEE32)

Know Your Materials - Metals

This information booklet contains fifteen chapters covering all the various metals used by the model engineer.
56 pages






4.50


Quantity:  





Lapping & Polishing  (Ref: TEE33)

Lapping & Polishing

A treatise on lapping and polishing practice including the abrasives used for lapping,methods of charging laps and material for polishing & polishing wheels.64 pages
Hammond






5.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Fitting & Adjusting Bearings (Ref: TEE21N)
2. Rust Inhibiting Paper - 10 sheets (Ref: RH10)
3. SOFT BLANK END ARBOR 2 MT TANG END (Ref: BEA2T)





Lathe & Shaping Machine Tools  (Ref: TEE35)

Lathe & Shaping Machine Tools

To produce accurate and well finished work in the lathe or shaping machine it is essential that the tools used should be of the correct form and be properly sharpened and this book deals primarily with the practical side of this subject.
80 pages
Duplex






5.50


Quantity:  





Lathework for Amateurs  (Ref: TEE34)

Lathework for Amateurs

useful introduction for the model engineer covering the many varied aspects of lathework. Explains procedures and provides examples of turning practice.96 pages
Camm






5.50


Quantity:  





Lathe Accessories How to Make & Use Them  (Ref: TEE34L)

Lathe Accessories How to Make & Use Them

Westbury - 112 Pages
First published over fifty years ago, this book consists of nine chapters covering centring devices, tool holder and cutter bars, dividing appliances, milling attachments, screw cutting aids and much more. Its author, E t Westbury was probably the leading writer of his day






8.02


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Sheet Metalwork Book (Ref: WPS8)
2. Spring Design & Manufacture Book (Ref: WPS19)
3. Workshop Techniques (Ref: TEE65N)





Live Steam LBSC  (Ref: TEE36)

Live Steam LBSC

This book is a collection of illustrated notes from the authors articles on small steam locomotives. Renamed,reprinted & much expanded 96 pages
LSBC






15.50


Quantity:  





Locomotive Gears & Valve Gears  (Ref: TEE37)

Locomotive Gears & Valve Gears

One of the leading books on this subject. Gives extensive descriptions of most valve gears and the settings. Profusely illustrated.
288 Pages
Yoder






14.50


Quantity:  





Locomotive Injectors  (Ref: TEE38)

Locomotive Injectors

The combined knowledge in this book will enable any model engineer to understand the working of the injector and to construct his own injectors.
80pages
Harding






7.50


Quantity:  





Locomotive Valve Setting  (Ref: TEE38N)

Locomotive Valve Setting

WILLIAMS
A useful book showing in detail the method of setting valves.
108 pages






5.50


Quantity:  





The Locomotive Simply Explained * By Chas. S. Lake  (Ref: TEE2018)

The Locomotive Simply Explained *  By Chas. S. Lake

First published in 1910 this small book explains the principal features of locomotive construction and practice. A very useful book for all interested in the steam locomotive.






5.50


Quantity:  





The Maintenance & Management of Small Locomotives  (Ref: TEE39)

The Maintenance & Management of Small Locomotives

As the title implies this is a very comprehensive work on all aspects of building and operating a live steam locomotive. 12 chapters cover the locomotive,its running track,right through to passenger carrying.
White
212 pages






17.50


Quantity:  





Machinery For Model Steamers * By Edited Percival Marshall  (Ref: TEE2019)

Machinery For Model Steamers *  By Edited Percival Marshall

Reprint of a well known Percival Marshall book of 1920. It is an invaluable handbook and guide to power plants for all kinds of steam propelled model boats and ships.






5.50


Quantity:  





Magnetos Simply Explained * By F N Hutton  (Ref: TEE2020)

Magnetos Simply Explained *  By F N Hutton

Subtitled 'A Practical Guide to the Construction Management and Use of the Modern Magneto' this book first appeared in 1922 and is therefore a useful reference guide for anyone with an early vintage vehicle or aero engine that requires a particular magneto. Careful study of the book will enable readers to repair or rewire a magneto if so required.






5.50


Quantity:  





Making a Skeleton Clock  (Ref: CB19)

Making a Skeleton Clock

P Hasluck






5.95


Quantity:  





Metal Spinning  (Ref: TEE39N)

Metal Spinning

This is one of the very few books on the subject and contains much useful knowledge for the amateur.
64 pages






5.50


Quantity:  





Metal Turners Handybook  (Ref: TEE40)

Metal Turners Handybook

A reprint of a very early technical work. Makes fascinating reading from a historical & technical point of view.
Hasluck
156 pages






8.50


Quantity:  





Micrometers,Gauges & Calipers  (Ref: TEE42)

Micrometers,Gauges & Calipers

An extremely authoritative and useful book on the subject. Micrometers,Gauges & Calipers
A Marshall & G Gentry






5.50


Quantity:  





Miniature Car Construction * By C. Posthumus  (Ref: TEE2021)

Miniature Car Construction *  By C. Posthumus

The author describes in detail the construction of small scale model cars of various types, mainly 1/24 to scale. Every part and accessory from the starting handle to the tail light is covered.






5.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. METALWORKERS DATA BOOK (Ref: WPS42)
2. Clock Repairing & Making (Ref: CB28R)





Miniature Injectors Inside and Out By D. A. G. Brown  (Ref: TEE2023)

Miniature Injectors Inside and Out  By D. A. G. Brown

What sets this book apart from previous works is that interested readers can find all they are likely to need to know in this single volume. The author begins by describing the operation and development of the injector. From here we learn how to determine a suitable delivery rate and are led step by step through all the details of manufacture adopted by the author. Copiously illustrated with fully dimensioned drawings and photographs taken in the author’s own workshop, it is unlikely that anyone who chooses to make their own injectors will be at a loss for clear information. Invaluable sections of this book not encountered elsewhere – at least not in such detail – are the author’s notes on fault finding and their cure, servicing and maintenance. Owners experiencing the frustration of a temperamental injector need look no further than these pages to discover how to introduce reliability and thereby peace of mind to activities on the track or rally field. The author finishes with a chapter on building his popular four-facet small drill sharpening device originally published in Model Engineer magazine.






15.50


Quantity:  





Model Boilermaking  (Ref: TEE44)

Model Boilermaking

A reprint of a practical handbook on designing,making and treating of small steam boilers. Contains numerous useful diagrams.
Pearce
64 pages






5.50


Quantity:  





Model Boat Building * By F J Camm  (Ref: TEE2024)

Model Boat Building *  By F J Camm

This particular book covers the whole of constructional methods including keels and ballast, sail planning, model yacht racing, spars and rigging, and steering. Designs are given for models of a sloop, a schooner yacht, John Cabot's ship, a Tudor ship and a petrol engine hydroplane etc






8.50


Quantity:  





Milling in Small Lathes  (Ref: TEE41)

Milling in Small Lathes

A useful book showing how milling is done.Gives clear indication of some of the processes employed and the tools used.
Marshall
64 pages






5.50


Quantity:  





Model Boilers & Boilermaking  (Ref: TEEMBB)

Model Boilers & Boilermaking

In nine chapters the author comprehensively covers general considerations and principles, efficiency, design features and scale effects. Materials and their properties, calculations for safe working pressures and general proportions are discussed. Chapters are also devoted to types of boilers, methods of constructions, flanging and forming plates, setting out, annealing and riveting. Then we have details of boiler mountings and fittings, safety valves, gauges, clack valves, regulators and all the other detail parts inherent to good boilers. Fuels and firing methods are discussed, as are test pressures, testing, superheaters, feedwater heaters and the like. Many useful tables are provided and a wide selection of detailed drawings covering every type of model boiler in use today. First published in 1967 and now reprinted.






16.58


Quantity:  





The Model Engineers Workshop Manual  (Ref: TEE43)

The Model Engineers Workshop Manual

A bible for both novice & experienced alike.Containing 28 chapters covering a vast range of machining processes and the construction of a varied range of accessories for the lathe. Large format.
Thomas
308 pages






27.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Photo Etching (Ref: WPS36)
2. Lathework- A Complete Course Book - (Ref: WPS34)
3. Spare Insert for 2MT Indexable Endmiils (Ref: TPAN1103)





The Model Engineers Lathe Manual  (Ref: TEE62)

The Model Engineers Lathe Manual

Westburys first major book on Model Engineering lathes revised and updated.
Westbury
156 pages






14.75


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Workshop Techniques (Ref: TEE65N)
2. Screwcutting for Engineers (Ref: TEE55)
3. Lathe Accessories How to Make & Use Them (Ref: TEE34L)





Model Glow Plug Engines * By C. E. Bowden  (Ref: TEE2025)

Model Glow Plug Engines *  By C. E. Bowden

This book describes in detail glow plug ignition and indicates the sort of model in which the glow plug engine gives of its best.






5.50


Quantity:  





The Model Locomotive From Scratch By B. Terry. Aspin  (Ref: TEE2027)

The Model Locomotive From Scratch  By B. Terry. Aspin

Not merely a collection of previously published material, this book is based on a series of articles by ‘Chuck’. All the text and illustrations have been specially prepared by the author for this book, in which he offers suggestions which can be regarded as an alternative to the more expensive option of acquiring one of the hundreds of commercially available model locomotives






9.50


Quantity:  





Model Locomotive Boilermaking By Alec F Farmer  (Ref: TEE2028)

Model Locomotive Boilermaking  By Alec F Farmer

Drawing on many years of practical experience the author explains in detail by over 300 descriptive photographs the construction of a model locomotive boiler from the selection of tools and materials through the working of the metal to the testing of the finished boiler.






17.95


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. SPECIAL OFFER TWO SPARE HOLDERS TO SUIT MYFORD TOOLPOSTS - SOBA BRAND (Ref: EMFS2)
2. Large Centre Square (Ref: CSQ2)





Model Jet Reaction Engines  (Ref: TEE45)

Model Jet Reaction Engines

This particular book is the only one in existence on this subject and explains the principle of jet reaction engines. It features a number of examples the reader can build for powering various models.
Bowden
72 Pages






5.50


Quantity:  





Model Petrol Engines  (Ref: TEE50)

Model Petrol Engines

The author was an acknowledged expert on model petrol engines and this book still remains the leading work on the subject, packed with useful information and designs.
Westbury
242 pages






12.50


Quantity:  





Model Petrol Engines  (Ref: TEE49)

Model Petrol Engines

Details the development of petrol engines and features plans of the current designs.
Caunter
72 pages.






5.50


Quantity:  





Model Stationary Engines  (Ref: TEE46)

Model Stationary Engines

This book contains designs for eight different engines together with details of their construction & operation.
Muncaster
72 Pages






5.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Carrs No 243 Solder (Ref: No243)
2. 5C Collet 30 MM (Ref: 5C30)
3. 5C Collet 29/32 (Ref: 5C2932)





Model Stationary & Marine Steam Engines  (Ref: TEEMSM)

Model Stationary & Marine Steam Engines

This book covers a range of engines from the simplest oscillating engine to high-duty marine and small power enclosed engines. The illustrations are mostly of model stationary and marine steam engines built by the author. Points of general interest include reversing gears, lubrication - a subject which has been largely neglected - and a number of miscellaneous items (governors, lagging, splash guards, drain cocks, feed pumps, stop valves, saddle keys, etc etc). First published in 1958 and now reprinted.






14.50


Quantity:  





Model Steamers And Motor Boats * By Percival Marshall  (Ref: TEE1022)

Model Steamers And Motor Boats *  By Percival Marshall

This interesting booklet covers model power boating as a hobby and goes on to describe the construction of various boats including a steam tug, steam yacht and a model stern wheeler. It covers boats with turbines as well as a simple marine engine, flash boilers etc. Published in the heyday of model boating when steam boats were the rule rather than the exception, this is a particularly interesting booklet.






7.50 9.00


Quantity:  





Model Steamer Fittings * By E. W. Hobbs  (Ref: TEE437)

Model Steamer Fittings *  By E. W. Hobbs

A companion work to the 'Machinery for Model Steamers and Model Steamer Building', this book covers the planning, construction and installation of the all important fittings on a model steamer from steering gear to winches.






5.50 6.60


Quantity:  





Model Steam Locomotives  (Ref: TEE47)

Model Steam Locomotives

The author shows how you can build your own miniature steam locomotive. Gives full instructions plus clear diagrams to enable anyone to construct their own loco in a home workshop.
Coles
224 pages






18.14


Quantity:  





Model Locomotive Valve Gears By Martin Evans  (Ref: TEE2029)

Model Locomotive Valve Gears  By Martin Evans

Martin Evans, who was a regular contributor to Model Engineer for many years, made a special study of locomotive valve gears, and carried out much practical work in connection with them. This book thoroughly covers the whole subject and provides practical help to all those interested in designing and building model locomotives Among the valve gears described are: Stephenson, Gooch, Allan, Joy, Hackworth, Marshall, Walschaerts, Baker, Beames, Jones, Greenly’s Corrected, Caprotti, Cossart, etc.






9.95


Quantity:  





Model Sailing Ship Fittings * By E. W. Hobbs  (Ref: TEE2030)

Model Sailing Ship Fittings *  By E. W. Hobbs

Intended as an introductory handbook to the selection and construction of ships fittings, this book also goes on to give useful hints on rigging. It ranges from modern yachts through the clipper ships to ships of the Trafalgar period, and not only does it show the fittings in general, but also the deck plans of characteristic ships.






5.50


Quantity:  





Model Steam Turbines  (Ref: TEE48)

Model Steam Turbines

This book gives the modeller an opportunity to design & build several different types of steam turbine and covers their practice & operation.
Harrison
64 pages






5.50


Quantity:  





Model Steamer Building By Percival Marshall  (Ref: TEE2031)

Model Steamer Building  By Percival Marshall

A reprint of a classic early book on the building of model steam boats with details of making paddle steamers, launches and a torpedo boat destroyer.






5.50


Quantity:  





Model Yacht Construction & Sailing * By C. E. Bowden  (Ref: TEE901)

Model Yacht Construction & Sailing *  By C. E. Bowden

A comprehensive guide to model yachts and the techniques of sailing them, written by one of the leading exponents of his day. A very readable and useful publication still of use today.






7.50 9.00


Quantity:  





Pattern Making * By T. Spedding  (Ref: TEE1006)

Pattern Making *  By T. Spedding

Describing the processes of making a simple mould, the general practice of pattern making and typical examples of light and heavy work. A Past Masters book.






5.50 6.60


Quantity:  





Painting & Lining Models * By R. C. Rogers  (Ref: TEE1002L)

Painting & Lining Models *  By R. C. Rogers

Describes the more practical aspects of painting and lining and gives a brief outline of the materials used and the mixing of paints






5.50 6.60


Quantity:  





Period Ship Modelling * By R. K. Battson  (Ref: TEE076)

Period Ship Modelling *  By R. K. Battson

The construction of model ships is as popular a hobby now as when this book was first published in 1949. The book covers all aspects of period ship modelling and gives constructional notes with 65 diagrams on the making of an Elizabethan galleon.






5.50 6.60


Quantity:  





Pictorial Guide To Engineering Workshop Practice * By H. Grisbrook & C. Philipson  (Ref: TEE61005)

Pictorial Guide To Engineering Workshop Practice *  By H. Grisbrook & C. Philipson

This book provides the student with foundations underlying workshop practice as will enable him to continue to build a sound technique by further observation and practice. Its pictorial presentation helps the clear understanding of the best methods of machining.






5.50 6.60


Quantity:  





Planing & Shaping  (Ref: TEE48N)

Planing & Shaping

A detailed book on the various methods of planing & shaping,the accessories needed and the methods of holding the work etc.
Marshall
64 pages






5.50


Quantity:  





Practical Electroplating * By George Gentry  (Ref: TEE1050)

Practical Electroplating *  By George Gentry

First published in 1905 this interesting book covers the subject of electroplating in a straightforward manner and will be useful to the reader. It describes in detail the system and the various forms of plating including silver and gold






6.50 7.80


Quantity:  





The Portable Steam Engine By W. D. Wansbrough  (Ref: TEE61067)

The Portable Steam Engine  By W. D. Wansbrough

A reprint of any early book published in the heyday of the portable containing considerable information for the enthusiast and modeller. Well illustrated throughout.






13.50 16.20


Quantity:  





A Practical Treatise On Hot Air Engines * By Edgar T Westbury  (Ref: TEE1068)

A Practical Treatise On Hot Air Engines *  By Edgar T Westbury

With historical notes and diagrams, plus plans and construction details of several model hot air engines, this book is a must for the hot air enthusiast.






8.50 10.20


Quantity:  





The Practice Of Arc Welding * By W. Heigh  (Ref: TEE085)

The Practice Of Arc Welding *  By W. Heigh

As with other skills, successful welding must largely depend on the dexterity of the operator but this book enables the natural skill of the craftsman to be improved both in quality and quantity.






6.50 7.80


Quantity:  





Practical Design of Small Motors and Transformers  (Ref: TEE482N)

Practical Design of Small Motors and Transformers

This book describes both the design and construction of small power transformers and contains over 100 diagrams & photos.
Molloy
180 pages






7.50


Quantity:  





Practical Lessons in Metalturning  (Ref: TEE52)

Practical Lessons in Metalturning

A reprint of one of the most popular technical books of all time. It is as interesting and useful now as when it was first published.
Marshall
180 pages






8.50


Quantity:  





Quorn Tool & Cutter Grinder  (Ref: TEE53)

Quorn Tool & Cutter Grinder

Now reprinted, provides full information on construction and detailed instructions on the use of the Quorn Of equal value to amateur engineers and those who work in tool rooms, model shops, specialist engineering services etc






12.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Photo Etching (Ref: WPS36)
2. The Model Engineers Workshop Manual (Ref: TEE43)





Screwcutting for Engineers  (Ref: TEE55)

Screwcutting for Engineers

A detailed view of the subject ,illustrated with some very informative diagrams which will be of considerable use to the model engineer.
Pull
88 pages






5.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Workshop Techniques (Ref: TEE65N)
2. The Model Engineers Lathe Manual (Ref: TEE62)
3. Lathe Accessories How to Make & Use Them (Ref: TEE34L)





Screw Threading And Screw Cutting By Duplex  (Ref: TEE127)

Screw Threading And Screw Cutting  By Duplex

A practical guide for the model engineer to some of the operations carried out either by hand or machine tools. Covers screwthreading, the equipment and methods & then goes on to cover screwcutting equipment and operations. Appendix contains 12 reference tables.






5.50 6.60


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. Workshop Techniques (Ref: TEE65N)
2. The Model Engineers Lathe Manual (Ref: TEE62)
3. Screwcutting for Engineers (Ref: TEE55)





Screwcutting Simply Explained  (Ref: TEE56)

Screwcutting Simply Explained

This standard work includes a rational and easily understood method of setting up gears without the use of tables and some notes on chasing,cutting worms etc. etc.
Gentry
64 pages






5.50


Quantity:  





Sharpening Small Tools  (Ref: TEE58)

Sharpening Small Tools

Not only covers the sharpening to tools in general but also shows advanced methods that not only result in the sharpening of the tool but restores as accurately as possible the original profile of the tool.
Duplex
108 pages






5.50


Quantity:  





Simple Decorative Lathe Work * By James Lukin  (Ref: TEE925)

Simple Decorative Lathe Work *  By James Lukin

First published at the turn of the century when ornamental turning was a very popular pastime this book shows how to adapt the original lathe to enable it to be used for the simpler operations of ornamental turning. Describes the ornamental slide rest and the eccentric, vertical and horizontal cutters.






5.50 6.60


Quantity:  





Slide Valves Simply Explained  (Ref: TEE59)

Slide Valves Simply Explained

Describes in detail with numerous illustrations and drawings the theory and operation of the slide valve.
Tennant
64 Pages






5.50


Quantity:  





Small Alternating Current Motors  (Ref: TEE60)

Small Alternating Current Motors

A very practical book describing types,running characteristics,starting arrangements and general applications of fractional hp alternating current motors.






5.50


Quantity:  





Small Dynamos & Motors  (Ref: TEE57)

Small Dynamos & Motors

This excellent book covers all aspects of dynamo and motor building,armatures and their windings and magnets. Numerous tables and illustrations.
Powell
60 pages






5.50


Quantity:  





Small Electric Motor Construction * By J Gordon Hall  (Ref: TEE060)

Small Electric Motor Construction *  By J Gordon Hall

First published in 1951 this book contains detailed instructions on the manufacture of several different electric motors suitable for the various applications






5.50 6.60


Quantity:  





Small Internal Combustion Engines  (Ref: TEE527N)

Small Internal Combustion Engines

This is a practical handbook for the user of small gas,petrol or paraffin oil stationary engines .
Westbury
120 pages






9.50


Quantity:  





Starting a Home Workshop  (Ref: TEE57N)

Starting a Home Workshop

A book to inspire those who want to develop their own den for any kind of creative hobby. How to make the best of space.tool storage etc.
Smith
188 pages






9.10


Quantity:  





A Steam Locomotive For "0" Gauge * By N. Dewhirst  (Ref: TEE1116)

A Steam Locomotive For

Describes and, with the accompanying set of 17 A3 sized plans, illustrates the construction of an "0" gauge 4-6-0 Steam Locomotive, either an LMS Class 5 or a GWR County Class.






8.50 10.20


Quantity:  





The Model Steam Locomotive By Martin Evans  (Ref: TEE1132)

The Model Steam Locomotive  By Martin Evans

Despite the virtual disappearance of the steam locomotive from most major railway systems in the world, interest has not only remained high but has been growing at a remarkable rate, especially in the area of miniature passenger hauling locomotives. It is no exaggeration to say that hundreds of locomotives in, particularly in 31/2", 5" and 71/4" gauge are under construction by amateurs in any year; some are completed in a matter of months, but others may occupy a builder with limited spare time for ten years or more. Contributing to the numbers of models built and the widening knowledge of the subject is the work of Martin Evans, for many years Technical Editor and subsequently Editor of Model Engineer, and undoubtedly today’s most prolific writer on, and designer of, locomotives for amateur construction. His earlier book, Manual of Model Steam Locomotive Construction, became the standard work on the subject; The Model Steam Locomotive is to some degree an extended and updated version which can confidently be expected to become the standard reference in future






16.50 19.80


Quantity:  





The Motor Cyclists Workshop  (Ref: TEE61070)

The Motor Cyclists Workshop

First published in 1954, the first chapter of this useful book guides the reader in the establishment of a workshop, and selection of tools and machines. In a further 25 chapters, the book details all the various maintenance that needs to be taken on a motorcycle. Suitable not only for the older motorcycle but also for the more modern machine.






9.50 11.40


Quantity:  





The Action of Cutting Tools  (Ref: TEE61)

The Action of Cutting Tools

The four main groups of factors in machining-surface finish,tool forces & power,tool wear and machine vibration are covered in this book.
Chisholm
86 pages






5.50


Quantity:  





Three Dimensional Project Drawing  (Ref: TEE63)

Three Dimensional Project Drawing

This book helps to clarify shapes and dimensions of normal working drawings and prevent time wasting or costly errors of interpretation.
Booker
60 pages






6.96


Quantity:  





Toolroom Practise  (Ref: TEE64)

Toolroom Practise

A useful booklet in which plain surfaces and straight edges,which are essential to almost all precise mechanical work are discussed.
60 pages






5.50


Quantity:  





Toolmaking Hints And Tips By R Hutcheson  (Ref: TEE267)

Toolmaking Hints And Tips  By R Hutcheson

Describes the work of the toolmaker in producing special devices needed in the accurate production of parts. A selection of useful equipment is described in detail enabling the reader to make jigs and fittings etc as required.






5.50 6.60


Quantity:  





Unimat Lathe Projects  (Ref: TEE65)

Unimat Lathe Projects

Originally written for the Unimat 3 this excellent book is equally applicable to any of the present day compact lathes.
Wingrove






11.50


Quantity:  





Using The Small Lathe  (Ref: TEE65NN)

Using The Small Lathe

One of the most popular lathe books - Now reprinted. Contains detailed guidance and data for the engineer






10.50


Quantity:  





Virginia By Lbsc  (Ref: TEE304)

Virginia  By Lbsc

VIRGINIA was produced in answer to requests that LBSC should design a real pioneer days type locomotive redolent of cowboys and Indians and the opening up of the West. The result truly captures the spirit of those times and Virginia is a very attractive locomotive.The reader is guided easily through pitfalls even before they become apparent in the friendly down toearth way for which the author was world famou






13.50 16.20


Quantity:  





Valves And Valve Gears For Steam Locomotives By C.s. Lake & E. Reidinger  (Ref: TEE364)

Valves And Valve Gears For Steam Locomotives  By C.s. Lake & E. Reidinger

A facsimile reprint of an invaluable standard reference work first published in the 1940’s. Gives the reader an excellent appreciation of the numerous types of valve gear designs. 142 pages with over 130 diagrams and illustrations. One of the most informative books on the subject available.






11.50 13.80


Quantity:  





Watch & Clock Repairing - A Short Course By Donald De Carle  (Ref: TEE0659)

Watch & Clock Repairing - A Short Course  By Donald De Carle

This small but comprehensive 28 page book was first published as part of a larger work for the amateur. It is therefore an ideal introductory book to repairing written by one of the leading experts on the subject.






4.50 5.40


Quantity:  





Welding And Cutting By J A Oates  (Ref: TEE1125)

Welding And Cutting  By J A Oates

A practical handbook giving an introduction to the basic principles of welding and describing in detail the welding and cutting of metals by oxy-acetylene and metallic process.






5.50 6.60


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. HSS SLITTING SAW 20MM DIA X 1.6 MM WIDE 40 TEETH (Ref: SS2016)
2. HSS SLITTING SAW 20MM DIA X 0.5 MM WIDE 48 TEETH (Ref: SS2005)
3. Swivel Headed Pin Vice (Ref: SPV1)





Workshop Techniques  (Ref: TEE65N)

Workshop Techniques

A companion volume to the authors Model Engineers Workshop Manual. This book is a combined work comprising the authors two earlier books Building the Universal Pillar Tool & Dividing & Graduating.. Revised & updated with 200 illustrations & 300 drawings.
Thomas
302 pages






28.50


Quantity:  

People who bought this item also bought:
1. The Model Engineers Lathe Manual (Ref: TEE62)
2. Screwcutting for Engineers (Ref: TEE55)
3. Lathe Accessories How to Make & Use Them (Ref: TEE34L)





Woodturning For The Beginner * By A. Macbeth  (Ref: TEE048)

Woodturning For The Beginner *  By A. Macbeth

This book describes in a simple manner the operation of the lathe in relation to wood turning and is both helpful and instructive.






5.50 6.60


Quantity:  





Woodturning Made Easy R * By Edited D Slater  (Ref: TEE048P)

Woodturning Made Easy R *  By Edited D Slater

The hobby of woodturning is explained in detail and the lathe, its accessories, tools, face plates and many varieties of chuck are described. Chucking is explained and fully illustrated chapters show how to produce many varied examples of the woodturners art.






7.50 9.00


Quantity:  






Engineering Menu > Engineering Books & DVD's  > Books >  Books from TEE Publishing



Books from TEE Publishing - Buy online at Chronos (call us or click live chat for help with Books from TEE Publishing)


Visit our engineering blog