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THE

MODEL ENGINEER'S

HANDYBOOK.

BY PAUL N. HASLUCK.

Crown 8vo, 144 pages, ONE SHILLING each.

These HANDYBOOKS have been written to supply information for WORKMEN, STUDENTS and AMATEURS in the several Handicrafts, on the actual PRACTICE of the WORKSHOP, and are intended to convey in plain language TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE of the several CRAFTS. In describing the processes employed, and the manipulation of material, workshop terms are used; workshop practice is fully explained; and the text is freely illustrated with drawings of modern tools, appliances and processes. The information given will thus be found useful, not only by the young beginner, but by the veteran whose range of experience has been narrowed under a system of divided labour; while the amateur will find himself introduced to the very atmosphere and surroundings of the workshop.

*.* The following Volumes are now ready:

THE METAL TURNER'S HANDYBOOK: A Practical Manual for Workers at the Foot-Lathe. With over 100 Illustrations.

"The book will be of service alike to the amateur and the artisan turner. It displays thorough knowledge of the subject."-Scotsman.

THE WOOD TURNER'S HANDYBOOK: A Practical Manual for Workers at the Lathe. With over 100 Illustrations.

"We recommned the book to young turners and amateurs. A multitude of workmen have hitherto sought in vain for a manual of this special industry."-Mechanical World,

THE WATCH JOBBER'S HANDYBOOK: A Practical Manual on Cleaning, Repairing and Adjusting. With upwards of 100 Illustrations.

"We strongly advise all young persons connected with the watch trade to acquire and study this inexpensive work."-Clerkenwell Chronicle.

THE PATTERN MAKER'S HANDYBOOK: A Practical Manual on the Construction of Patterns for Founders. With upwards of 100 Illustrations. "Mr. Hasluck's book goes into the details of construction of the simplest as well as the most com plicated patterns likely to be met with in practice. It is a most valuable, if not indispensabie, manual for the pattern maker."-Knowledge.

THE MECHANIC'S WORKSHOP HANDYBOOK: A Practical Manual on Mechanical Manipulation, embracing information on various Handicraft Processes. With useful Notes and Miscellaneous Memoranda. Comprising about 200 Subjects.

"A very clever and useful book, which should be found in every workshop; and it should certainly find a place in all technical schools."-Saturday Review.

THE MODEL ENGINEER'S HANDYBOOK:

A Practical Manual

on the Construction of Model Steam Engines. With upwards of 100 Illustrations. "Mr. Hasluck has produced a very good little book."-Builder.

THE CLOCK JOBBER'S HANDYBOOK: A Practical Manual on Cleaning, Repairing and Adjusting. With upwards of 100 Illustrations. "It is of inestimable service to those commencing the trade."-Coventry Standard.

THE CABINET WORKER'S HANDYBOOK: A Practical Manual on the Tools, Materials, Appliances and Processes employed in Cabinet Work. With upward of 100 Illustrations.

"Mr. Hasluck's thoroughgoing little Handybook is amongst the most practical guides we have seen for beginners in cabinet-work."-Saturday Review.

The WOODWORKER'S HANDYBOOK of MANUAL INSTRUCTION. Embracing Information on the Tools, Materials and Processes employed in Woodworking. With 104 Illustrations.

London: CROSBY LOCKWOOD & SON, 7, Stationers' Hall Court.

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AUTHOR OF LATHE WORK," THE METAL TURNER'S HANDY BOOK,"
"THE PATTERN MAKER'S HANDYBOOK,' "THE MECHANIC'S

WORKSHOP HANDYBOOK," ETC.

WITH UPWARDS OF ONE HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS.
Seventh Edition.

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CROSBY LOCKWOOD AND SON,

7, STATIONERS' HALL COURT, LUDGATE HILL.

1902.

[All Rights Reserved.]

D. VAN NOSTRAND COMPANY,

NEW YORK,

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