Screwcutting in the Lathe
Workshop Practice Series #3
By Martin Cleeve
175 p. illus.
One of the most useful functions of a modern lathe is its ability to cut any form or external or internal thread of any thread form, pitch, or diameter within the overall capacity of the machine. Detailed information of a practical nature is, however, not easy to find, a situation which this book does much to rectify.
The author is an extremely experienced engineer with the capability of converting factual analyses into easily understood forms. His book is not only an invaluable treatise on lathe screwcutting but also a useful demonstration of working in both Imperial and metric standards.
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