Metal Turning on the Lathe by David A. Clark (Ref: CRO200)
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BINDING: Hardback PPC
SIZE: 260×215 mm
INSIDE: 239 colour illustrations
The lathe is an essential tool for all but the most basic of workshops. It enables the engineer to produce turned components to a high degree of accuracy. Often called the ‘king of machine tools’, it is also very versatile and can be used to make a wide range of engineering components. This new book shows you how to make full use of your lathe safely and effectively in your workshop.
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For over 40 years, the SHARP company has continuously developed itself into one of the best performing Lathe Chuck & Machine Tool Accessories manufacturer all over the world.
SHARP products are perfectly designed and made out of selected steel as per international standard and specifications.
The continuous Research and Development have elevated the product to the unique standard of precision and excellence.
Placing a firm emphasis on Quality and rigorous standard of inspection are exercised at every stage of production to ensure that each and every product confirms to an embodiment of engineering perfection.
SHARP products are exported to various countries of world. Despite phenomenal growth in the recent years, they are still continuing to upgrade and extend our product range according to our customer’s requirements.
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This is the latest additon to the Chronos range of Model Engineering books & Dvds
A must have read if you are a first time machine tool buyer – or are adding to your existing workshop
Making a major purchase of a lathe, a milling machine or combination lathe/mill, whether manually operated or using computer numerical control (CNC), is a daunting prospect for any model engineer. This book provides practical advice on how to make the selection bearing in mind the particular needs of the individual. It provides descriptions and technical data about the wide range of machines and accessories. It also looks at the many different types of tooling fixtures and accessories that may be required. The book will be welcomed by all model engineers who are setting up a home workshop or planning a major equipment acquisition.
Alex Weiss has a PhD in mechanical engineering from University College London and has been a practicing model engineer for the last twenty years. He has already produced three earlier volumes in the Workshop Practice series, as well as Plastics for Modellers. He is also a contributor to Model Engineer magazine.
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