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If you own a mini-lathe, this book is a must-have resource to fully understand everything this little machine can do! In continuation with its introductory manual, Mini-Lathe for Home Machinists, this book presents a series of projects to extend the versatility of small metal lathes. With detailed explanations, full-color photography, and insightful diagrams and illustrations, author David Fenner provides practical tools and modifications to help you get the most from your mini-lathe. From improving radius turning attachments and strategies for saddle adjustments to techniques for taper turning and knurling, the projects and concepts described in this book can also be applied to various small model engineering lathes and scaled to suit other equipment.

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Mini-Lathe Tools & Projects for Home Machinists

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Product code: 9166
$12.99
If you own a mini-lathe, this book is a must-have resource to fully understand everything this little machine can do! In continuation with its introductory manual, Mini-Lathe for Home Machinists, this book presents a series of projects to extend the versatility of small metal lathes. With detailed explanations, full-color photography, and insightful diagrams and illustrations, author David Fenner provides practical tools and modifications to help you get the most from your mini-lathe, from radius turning attachments to taper turning.
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Subtitle No
Weight 0.6625
Author David Fenner
Pages 120
Product Form Paperback
Size 5.75" x 8.28" x .32"