The Development of Sheet Metal Detail Fittings DIGITAL EDITION


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A volume in the 'Aeronautical Engineering Series for Ground Engineers' first published in 1937 by Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, then reprinted twice before the outbreak of World War Two.

Intended to show Bench Fitters and Toolmakers in the aeronautical industry how to lay out various parts required in the making or repairing of aircraft.

Whilst it will be of use to the aircraft restorer of today, the beauty of thiss book is tthat the items it covers are ones virtually all model engineers will have to make at some point; clips and brackets of all shapes, and boxes and scoops of all styles and sizes.

We reprinted this book in 2010 and it has been out of print for some it is now back for the 5th time!

48 pages with considerable numbers of drawings and layout plans.