Master Machinists Share Their Secrets in New Book Series

Six handbooks offer valuable information and practice projects for anyone who works with metal
 
 
New book series offers valuable information for home shop machinists
New book series offers valuable information for home shop machinists
 
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LANCASTER, Pa. - Aug. 6, 2013 - PRLog -- Home shop machinists, model engineers, gunsmiths, and clockmakers will find valuable information and practice projects in a new series of handbooks from Fox Chapel Publishing. Anyone who works with metal can learn much about essential machine shop processes, tools, and operations in these authoritative guides.

The books are all written by top model-engineering magazine editors and experts. Author Stan Bray is a model engineer of long experience who has written dozens of home workshop books, covering subjects from clock making to machine shop techniques. Author David Fenner is retired from a 40 year career in manufacturing engineering. Author Harold Hall has written eight metalworking books. His website, homews.co.uk, provides access to more than 160 metal working articles that he has written over the past 20 years. Harold’s website also offers detailed information on metalworking projects and processes, and features a large number of original designs and drawings for workshop equipment.

Fox Chapel Publishing is offering these essential guidebooks to home machinists. Order the new editions at http://www.foxchapelpublishing.com or by calling 1-800-457-9112.

Six titles are now available in the new series:

Basic Lathework for Home Machinists
By Stan Bray, American edition edited by George Bulliss
Perfect for any home machinist with a new lathe, this comprehensive guide is designed to expand your enjoyment of this versatile machine and take full advantage of its extensive capabilities. Profusely illustrated with hundreds of clear photographs and concise diagrams, it provides in-depth coverage of all aspects of tooling and machining operations. $14.99 / ISBN 978-1-56523-696-7 / Code 6967

The Metalworker’s Workshop for Home Machinists
By Harold Hall, American edition edited by George Bulliss
This informative book covers all aspects of setting up a fully equipped metalworking workshop. It will benefit anyone who is building a workshop for the first time, or just wants to upgrade an existing operation. $14.99 / ISBN 978-1-56523-697-4 / Code 6974

The Milling Machine for Home Machinists
By Harold Hall, American edition edited by George Bulliss
This book provides the detailed knowledge you need to successfully choose, install, and operate a milling machine in your home workshop. The usage of each machine and accessory is explained in detail for the vast majority of applications in an active shop. $14.99 / ISBN 978-1-56523-769-8 / Code 7698

Metal Lathe for Home Machinists
By Harold Hall
This book takes beginners through all of the basic techniques needed to tackle a wide range of machining operations. A getting started section reviews the necessary tools and equipment. Twelve lathe turning projects are provided that provide the opportunity to develop confidence and become an accomplished home shop machinist. $12.95 / ISBN 978-1-56523-693-6 / Code 6936

Milling for Home Machinists
By Harold Hall
This book takes beginners through all of the basic techniques needed to tackle a wide range of machining operations. Four minor and four major milling projects are provided that provide the opportunity to gain basic skills, and then use that expertise to build a series of useful and increasingly complex tools. $12.95 / ISBN 978-1-56523-694-3 / Code 6943

Mini-Lathe for Home Machinists
By David Fenner
Presents a complete course on using and improving the new generation of budget lathes. This book is a perfect choice for beginners as well as for those who are experienced with the lathe, but have never tried the mini-lathe. You will pick up skills and information that can be applied again and again to future projects on the machine. $12.95 / ISBN 978-1-56523-695-0 / Code 6950
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