Details of Machinery Comprising Instructions for the Execution of Various Works in Iron in the Fitting-shop, Foundry, & Boiler-yard: Arranged Expressly for the Use of Draughtsmen, Students, and Foremen Engineers
C. Lockwood and Company, 1883 - 270 páginas
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