Milling Machine Build Your Own Metalworking Shop from Scrap SeriesDavid J. Gingery Publishing, LLC #ad - Milling Machine Build Your Own Metalworking Shop from Scrap Series #ad - Gingery, Gingery, David J. Book by David J. Used book in Good Condition.
The Metal ShaperDavid J Gingery #ad - The metal shaper Used book in Good Condition.
The Metal Lathe Build Your Own Metal Working Shop from ScrapDavid J Gingery #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. Include a 7" swing over the bed and 12" between centers. The lathe specs. Adjustable tailstock with set-over for taper turning. Adjustable gibs in sliding members and adjustable sleeve bearings in the headstock. A truly practical machine capable of precision work.
The Metal Lathe Build Your Own Metal Working Shop from Scrap #ad - Using castings from your charcoal foundry see book 1 in the series: The Charcoal Foundry by David Gingery and simple hand methods no machine tools needed! you can build a sturdy and accurate bed for a metal lathe. Once you have a foundry to cast the parts and a lathe to machine them you can tackle more exotic projects.
Illustrated with photos and drawings to show you all you need to know about patterns, molding, casting and finishing the parts. Then additional castings, common hardware items and improvised equipment will add the headstock, tailstock, carriage and all the remaining parts to complete the lathe.
The Dividing Head & Deluxe AccessoriesDavid J. Gingery Publishing #ad - You'll make some valuable accessories for the lathe and you'll be a better machinist when this one is done. Used book in Good Condition. The dividing head is also known as book 6 from the best selling 7 book series, 'Build Your Own Metal Working Shop From Scrap'. You also need practice on your new equipment so here's a book full of projects.
Now that you have a machine shop you need accessories and tooling. Build a four jaw chuck, a steady rest and other useful tooling. Build a worm-wheel dividing head and add change gears to the lathe so that you can cut accurate screw threads from 8 to 80 per inch, both right and left hand and internal and external.
The Dividing Head & Deluxe Accessories #ad - This project really proves the worth of a simple lathe fitted with only a face-plate and centers. Make your own reamers and learn how the master machinist of 100 years ago made his handful of tools do any job he was assigned to do. Used book in Good Condition. These are all items that many of us can't afford early in our shop careers, but you can make them yourself now that you have a machine shop.
The Charcoal Foundry Build Your Own Metal Working Shop from Scrap, Vol. 1David J Gingery Publishing, LLC #ad - Make your own melting pots and most of the simple tools required. Build your own molding bench and flasks. If you can build a sand castle or make a mud pie you can make a sand mold to produce castings for your metal shop projects. Used book in Good Condition. Discover why so many shop hands say "Metal Casting has opened a whole new world of shop experience".
Discover how cheap and easy it is. Even if you already have a lathe and other equipment this simple foundry setup will greatly expand the capacity of your shop by providing you with a supply of cheap castings for your projects. Used book in Good Condition. It really is cheap and easy with a simple solid fuel furnace.
The Charcoal Foundry Build Your Own Metal Working Shop from Scrap, Vol. 1 #ad - Charcoal is the fuel and aluminum and zinc alloys are the metals to cast. None of the pulsation or roar associated with gas fired furnaces. Heavily illustrated with many photographs that will show you step - by - step how to build a foundry. Here are plans to build the melting furnace and instructions for basic pattern making and molding to get your shop project under way.
Designing and Building the Sheet Metal BrakeDavid J Gingery #ad - Book by gingery, David J. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition.
Backyard Foundry for Home Machinists Fox Chapel Publishing Metal Casting in a Sand Mold for the Home Metalworker; Information on Materials & Equipment, Pattern-Making, Molding & Core-Boxes, and MoreFox Chapel Publishing #ad - Create your own home foundry for custom casting! includes information for:PatternsPlate patternsCores, the furnace, and meltingDesign for a solid-fuel furnaceThe process of casting metal in a sand mold, and core makingCasting locomotive cylindersWheelsMetal, core boxes, a craft which has been practiced for centuries, is actually very simple.
The alternative is to make your own custom patterns and castings, which is much easier and rewarding than you may think! This handy book will show you how. Backyard foundry for home Machinists is essential reading for anyone interested in getting started in foundry or casting work. Each stage and subject is covered in detail so that even beginners can undertake casting with confidence.
Backyard Foundry for Home Machinists Fox Chapel Publishing Metal Casting in a Sand Mold for the Home Metalworker; Information on Materials & Equipment, Pattern-Making, Molding & Core-Boxes, and More #ad - Metal casting is an ancient craft being re-discovered by today's DIY-ers. Used book in Good Condition. Create your own home foundry for custom casting; it's easier than you think!"Home metal casting is often perceived as a daunting task for a home metalworker to undertake. From material and equipment considerations to pattern and mold making, B.
It provides a wealth of useful information on materials and techniques, pattern-making, cores and core-boxes, molding boxes, and melting metals. You'll find that making a backyard foundry is easy and rewarding, and casting provides a way to recycle scrap metal to produce useful products. Backyard foundry for Home Machinists includes superb illustrations from the author, a skilled commercial artist.
The Complete Handbook of Sand CastingTab Books #ad - Publisher's note: products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition.
How to Run a Lathe: The Care and Operation of a Screw Cutting LatheMartino Fine Books #ad - You get everything you need to set up a lathe and get it running. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. All the basics are here form sharpening drills to producing "super-finished" turned bearings, grinding valves, and turning multiple screw threads. Used book in Good Condition.
Profusely illustrated. You get eleven chapters: history and development of the lathe, cutting screw threads, drilling reaming and tapping, lathe tools and their application, operation of the lathe, setting up and leveling the lathe, chuck work; taper turning and boring, plain turning work between centers, how to take accurate measurements, and special classes of work.
How to Run a Lathe: The Care and Operation of a Screw Cutting Lathe #ad - . 2013 reprint of 1942 Edition. This is the lathe manual that Dave Gingery raves about. Used book in Good Condition. South bend lathe Works sent out this manual with every Lathe they sold. Used book in Good Condition.
Making CruciblesDavid J Gingery Publishing #ad - Used book in Good Condition. You'll begin by learning how crucibles were made 100 years ago. Such vessels are called crucibles and they are generally made of clay or a mixture of clay and a binder such as ground up fire brick grog or graphite. Then you will take what you learn and convert it into practical information you can use today.
. Melting metal requires a heat resistant vessel with a higher melting temperature than the metal you are melting. You mix up a batch of clay, you ram the clay in a mold to form the crucible, you fire the formed crucible to harden the clay and you're ready to melt metal. How to build molds and use them to form crucibles from your clay mix.
Making Crucibles #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. Since they are made of clay, the process of making crucibles falls under the heading of pottery work and the technique is simple. Such topics as crucible composition and how to mix up a batch of clay. It really is that simple, and this book shows you how to do it.
The information you need to get started is right here. You'll learn how to cure and fire your new crucibles, how to make crucible tongs and more.