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FoR (Front or Rear) Inverted Parting Toolholder includes a fine, high-strength Crobalt parting tool. Operates with blade held upside down. Use in front or rear tool post. Model specifically set for tool posts on 16mm Diamond Toolholder.
FoR (Front or Rear) Inverted Parting Toolholder includes a fine, high-strength Crobalt parting tool. Operates with blade held upside down. Use in front or rear tool post. Model specifically set for tool posts on 20mm Diamond Toolholder.
FoR (Front or Rear) Inverted Parting Toolholder includes a fine, high-strength Crobalt parting tool. Operates with blade held upside down. Use in front or rear tool post. Model specifically set for tool posts on 8mm Diamond Toolholder.
FoR (Front or Rear) Inverted Parting Toolholder includes a fine, high-strength Crobalt parting tool. Operates with blade held upside down. Use in front or rear tool post. Model specifically set for tool posts on 9.5mm Diamond Toolholder.
Buy the set of three and save! 284 pages of Rudy's plan sets from the past. Please refer to individual book ad for specific projects in each book.Rudy's Fun With Engines and Other ThingsRudy's Model Stirlings EnginesRudy's Working Steam Engines
Get all four Steam & Stirling books at a discounted price! Flex your metalworking skills on such engine projects as a no-casting 1.5 x 1.5V steam engine, a walking-beam Stirling-cycle mill engine, an epicyclic steam engine, and seventeen more -- and enjoy two bonus sections that offer hobby-expanding related topics. Please refer to the individual book ad for number of pages and further details; all are hardbound.Book 1, Book 2, Book 3, Book 4
By Steve Acker
When you take advantage of this generous offer, you'll find such in-depth areas of interest as: Rifle-Projects (for example, "Adjusting Firing Pin Protrusion"); Pistol Projects ("Line Boring a Ruger to .45 Colt"); Techniques ("Repairing a Stripped Grip Screw Hole"); and Machinist Shop Aids ("Machining a Cast Iron Faceplate").Gunsmiths of all skill levels know Steve Acker's work and reputation. Don't miss this opportunity.Hardcover. 206 pages.
By Kozo Hiraoka
Over 400 pages chock-full of drawings, color photos and detailed text. Hardcover book is based on long-running serial in Live Steam & Outdoor Railroading magazine, but layout is all-new with foldouts for larger drawings. Features material not included in magazine articles. Volume 1 contains first 27 chapters. Volume 2 to be released after serial concludes in magazine.
Turn your mini-lathe into a workhorse, with dozens of improvements and projects designed to broaden its capabilities. In this must-have, 132 page, spiral-bound book, we've assembled and updated material from "Additions and Modifications to Mini-Lathe" column in The Home Shop Machinist magazine. With projects only requiring a drill press and lathe, you don't need to complete an entire shop to get started.
By Walter R. Mueller
Originally published as a series in The Home Shop Machinist magazine, this very popular gunsmithing project for firearms enthusiasts is now presented complete in soft-cover format for workbench ease. Softbound. 44 pages.
Kozo's second gorgeous, geared locomotive construction series in 3/4" scale may be scaled up to 1.5" for 7.25 or 7.5 gauges. Work in millimeters or inches. Fabricate your own pressure gauge and deadweight tester! Magnificient drawings and crisp photographs combine to make the construction of the Heisler a far easier and more satisfying task.Hardbound. 248 pages.
By Guy Lautard
The first of the three-book Machinist's Bedside Readers set is back in print after a long absence. Guy Lautard's compilations of diverse technical information have sold tens of thousands of copies to machinists of every tyipe around the world.This book includes fully dimensioned working drawings and detailed instructions for several projects, including 15 practical machinist's tools and lathe accessories.You'll also enjoy the machine shop acecdotes and the fascinating account of a little lathe made"from nothing" in a Japanese POW camp. Plus, you'll learn "The Secret of the Old Master, " in a heartwarming story by Lucian Cary.Updated with new sources, The Machinist's Bedside Reader is ready to delight a new set of readers with an interest in this "best of all trades."Paperback, 260 pages.
By Rudy Kouhoupt
Plans for six steam engines of industry. Build a walking beam engine, model marine engine, open column steam engine, model mill engine, enclosed crank steam engine and model horizontal steam engine.Spiralbound. 104 pages.Best Value: Rudy's 3 Plans Set
The expert gunsmith machining articles of Machinist's Workshop columnist Steve Acker, plus his Building a Target Rifle series originally published in The Home Shop Machinist magazine are featured in this rare, beautiful volume.Hardbound. 205 pages..
From the Past and Present! A number of our favorite tips from the "Chips & Sparks" column in The Home Shop Machinist have been blended with tips from current visitors to the Home Shop Machinist website.Softbound. 52 pages.
By Philip Ducolos
These pleasurable projects for the skilled machinist are also great learning projects for the beginner. You'll recognize Phil's designs at model engineering shows worldwide.Hardbound. 214 pages.
To honor Rudy's vision for producing a series of single-project "chapbooks," the publishers have placed his final articles from The Home Shop Machinist's Micro Machinist column in a spiral-bound chapbook format.Sprialbound. 80 pages.Best Value: The Rudy Kouhoupt Shop Wisdom Set.
By William M. Harris
Once offered for a limited time in a larger hardcover work, this popular 1880's logging engine project is available once again to builders of scale steam engines!Softbound. 56 pages.
Features ten engine designs, ranging in size from a tiny 1/8" bore, air-powered engine, up to steam engines large enough to power a boat - something for everyone! With Ray's no-casting approach, the engine designs are both timeless and economical to build.The 112 page, 8-1/2" x 11" book is wire bound, to better serve you in the place it's likely to spend most of its time, the workshop. Combining all ten of Ray's engines, including the seldom-seen No. 2, this book is a must-have for anyone contemplating a small engine project.
In a series originally offered by Live Steam Magazine, the very popular 1-1/2" scale Elk River Mill & Lumber Company Falk logging engine continues to captivate builders.Softbound. 64 pages.
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