Catalog Record: The engineer and machinist's assistant : a series of plans, sections, and elevations, of stationary, marine, and locomotive engines, water wheels, spinning machines, tools, etc., etc., taken from machines of approved construction : with detailed descriptions and practical essays on various departments of machinery | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The engineer and machinist's assistant : a series of plans, sections, and elevations, of stationary, marine, and locomotive engines, water wheels, spinning machines, tools, etc., etc., taken from machines of approved construction : with detailed descriptions and practical essays on various departments of machinery.

Main Author: Scott, David, engineer.
Language(s): English
Published: Glasgow : Blackie, 1860.
Edition: New and improved ed.
Subjects: Tools.
Machinery.
Mechanical engineering.
Note: Title varies slightly.
"This book ought to be bound in two volumes; the Text forming the first volume, and the Plates the second; the letterpress Title being placed in front of Volume I, and the engraved Title in front of Volume II ..."--v. 2, p. viii.
Vol. 2 consists of plates.
Added engraved t.p.
Physical Description: 2 v. : ill. ; 37 cm.
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