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by Thomas E. Proctor;J. David Holloway;Jonathan F. Gosse

ePub Machine Trades Printreading download
Author:
Thomas E. Proctor;J. David Holloway;Jonathan F. Gosse
ISBN13:
978-0826918819
ISBN:
0826918816
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Publisher:
Amer Technical Pub; 3 Pap/Cdr edition (June 17, 2011)
Category:
Subcategory:
Engineering
ePub file:
1806 kb
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1460 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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753

Machine Trades Printreading presents a thorough foundation for understanding the symbols, practices. Thomas E. Proctor, J. David Holloway, and Jonathan F. Grosse, you should be ashamed of yourselves! A college text book indeed

Machine Trades Printreading presents a thorough foundation for understanding the symbols, practices. Grosse, you should be ashamed of yourselves! A college text book indeed. And for Machine Trades no less, where precision is so very important.

Machine Trades Printreading book. Details (if other): Cancel. This text/workbook covers the symbols, practices, and concepts needed to understand how parts made in a machine shop are represented on prints.

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Authors: Thomas E Proctor J David Holloway Jonathan F Gosse. Machine Trades Printreading presents a thorough foundation for understanding the symbols, practices, and concepts used in prints created for manufacturing and machining processes. This text/workbook explains how parts made in a machine shop are represented in two-dimensional drawings.

Author: Thomas E Proctor; Jonathan F Gosse. Pertinent topics are covered with color-enhanced illustrations, detailed prints and descriptive photos.

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Machine Trades Printreading presents a thorough foundation for understanding the symbols, practices, and concepts used in prints created for manufacturing and machining processes. This text/workbook explains how parts made in a machine shop are represented in two-dimensional drawings. Topics focus on the representation of objects in various views and the specification of sizes and shapes of object features. This new edition references the latest ANSI standards for printreading symbols and object representation and adds new information on tolerancing and precision measurement. The CD-ROM also features new learning resources.

Numerous trade competency tests throughout the book are based on practical manufacturing prints. End-of-chapter tests are designed to strengthen the printreading skills and knowledge from each chapter. The final chapter s collection of trade competency tests challenges the learner to interpret prints using knowledge from all chapters.

  • I also had to have this text for class, I just finished the semester. If this is the case for you, then I imagine reviews are rather a moot point. All college textbooks have errors, it is the nature of the beast. I get that. This one however.. I have never seen so many inaccuracies and mistakes in a text. Blueprints with incorrect measurements. Repeated or incorrect answers on tests, in every single chapter. Very bad book. All I can recommend is, if you must have this book for class try to rent it, or buy one used. When class is over, it is primarily useless. There are a couple of charts in the book for machine threads, and other standard size charts that can be useful, however this kind of information can be obtained from other sources that are much more reliable. Not worth keeping. Thomas E. Proctor, J. David Holloway, and Jonathan F. Grosse, you should be ashamed of yourselves! A college text book indeed. And for Machine Trades no less, where precision is so very important. I personally would be embarrassed to have my name on a "Printreading" book with inaccurate prints....

  • Love it.

  • I still haven't read much of this book at this time, class runs until April, but this seems to be an awful lot like a metallurgy book I used this summer, so I believe it will be good for my needs.

  • It was in good condition for being used. Great price.