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Very interesting mechanical movement book. If your the type to tinker on your own, this could be useful (especially section 1)Published 1 month ago by Fixmax
Very nice book on basic engineering. This should be a compulsory textbook for schools teaching physics or applied mathematics. Actually, it should be introduced far earlier. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jonathan
Not what I thought it would be by the description, I found it to be lacking in detail. Just a bunch of pictures gather from old catalogs etc.Published 4 months ago by john dragon
This is a poor reproduction of a facinating 1921 engineering book. If you are interested in steam engineering, or are a steam punk fan, or want to know about the latter years of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. M. Bond
More a history than a how to. I have used many of these principles in my work, but I would be at a loss to build most of these from only what is in this book, so good read, fun... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bruce W. Jones
I keep buying this book. I keep it at my desk and give it away every year or so to young engineers anxious to reinvent mechanical solutions. Read morePublished 9 months ago by robert johnston