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But the usage could have benefited from some branding discipline, because the confusion over whether the title was properly “American Machinist’s Handbook” or “American Machinists’ Handbook” or ” American Machinist ‘s Handbook” was and is considerable. American Machinists’ Handbookcoedited by Fred H. Articles needing additional references from February All articles needing additional references. Although McGraw-Hill’s American Machinists’ Handbook appeared firstit is doubtful that Industrial Press’s Machinery’s Handbook was a mere me-too conceived afterwards in response.

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American machinists’ handbook and dictionary of shop terms: Meanwhile, Machinery’s Yandbook has continued to be regularly revised and updated, right up to today, and it is still a “bible of the metalworking industries. The book index is organized in an HTML menu that is compatible with all browsers and the books themselves are in PDF format to allow them to be universally accessed. Stanley, went through eight editions between and Fred Herbert ; Stanley, Frank A. The latter title, still in print and regularly revised, is the one that machinists today are usually referring to when they speak imprecisely of “the machinist’s handbook” or “the machinists’ handbook”.

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Magazine Issues Each volume represents six monthly issues so there are a total of 78 monthly issues represented. Views Read Edit View history.

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You must have a web browser and Adobe Acrobat Reader – available for free download if you do not have it installed on your computer. A – pages American machinist gear book; – Logue, Charles Hays; Trautschold, Reginald – pages Magazine Issues Each volume represents six monthly issues so there are a total of 78 monthly issues represented. nandbook

This article needs additional citations for verification. Based upon earlier editions of American machinists’ handbook. These issues are a wealth of information relating to the machinist’s profession and represent a great source of research material for all your projects.

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Frank Arthur – pages The American machinist shop note book; a collection of articles – Suverkrop, E. The somewhat generic sound of the title American Machinists’ Handbookand the ambiguity of its apostrophe usage, no doubt contributed to the confounding of the two books’ titles and identities.

The eager market for such a reference work had probably been obvious for at least a decade before either work was compiled, and presumably the appearance of the McGraw-Hill title merely prodded Industrial Press to finally get moving on a handbook of its own.

This edition is public-domain copyright expired and can be read for free in digitized form via Google Book Search. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American machinists’ handbook and dictionary of shop terms, a reference book of machine shop and drawing room data, methods and definitions.

It capitalized on readers’ familiarity with American MachinistMcGraw-Hill’s popular trade journal.

In includes the bible of the industry – the American Machinists’ Handbook as well as as the supplemental volumes on the workshop and gears.

This collection makes a great reference work for all machinists. Based upon earlier editions of American machinists’ handbook sic; note the apostrophe usage difference within that titlebut presumably the book did not compete well enough with Machinery’s Handbookbecause no subsequent editions were produced. It also includes 78 monthly issues of the American Machinist Magazine organized in six month sets.

American machinists’ handbook and dictionary of shop terms: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Renewal data from Rutgers. Product Details This collection makes a great reference work for all machinists.