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Elementary Forge Practice Robert Henry Harcourt 1917

Elementary Forge Practice Robert Henry Harcourt 1917

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A Text - Book For Technical and Vocational Schools.
A Text - Book For Technical and Vocational Schools.

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Elementary
Forge
Practice
A
Text-Book
For
Technical
and
Vocational
Schools
BY
,
"^
ROBERT
H>
HARCOURT
Instructor
in
Forge
Practice,
Leland
StanfordJunior
University-
Stanford
University,
Cal.
STANFORD
UNIVERSITY
PRESS
1917
 
1
Copyright,
1917
by
Robert
H.
Harcourt
S)CI,A462955
,21917
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PREFACE
The
purpose
in
this
book
is
to
give
the
student
of
forge
practice
an
understanding
of
fundamental
operations
em-
ployed,
it
being
realized
that
many
applications
of
these
oper-
ations
can
belearnedonlythru
connectionwith
commercial
work.
To
this
end
a
series
of
exercises
has
been
arranged.
It
is
not
intended
that
a
studentbe
required
to
make
all
of
them,
but
thereare
certain
ones
which
must
be
mastered
before
hecan
make
some
of
those
thatfollow.
They
are
arranged
with
theintention
of
meeting
the
demands
of
all
classes
of
students.
Instruction
should
be
given
on
the
first
few
exercises
and
on
those
parts
of
the
more
difficult
ones
which
may
be
hard
for
the
student
to
understand.
The
writer
has
found
that
in
most
cases
a
student
can
make
the
simpler
exercises
with
very
little
instruction
if
given
a
drawingshowing
the
different
steps
to
be
taken.
The
subject
matter
contained
herein
has
been
used
at
Leland
Stanford
Junior
University
fora
number
of
years
as
a
syllabus,
together
with
a
set
of
forgings
showing
theactual
steps.
Its
use
has
clearly
demonstrated
the
following
ad-vantages.
1.
Taking
of
notes
during
a
lecture
is
partially
clim-
ated,
so
that
a
student
has
the
fullest
opportunity
for
watching
the
entire
demonstration.
The
text
is
a
ready
reference
in
case
hedoes
not
remember
a
demonstrated
point.
2.
Students
are
able
to
proceed
with
the
exercises
without
much
instruction,
thus
saving
time.
3.
Students
make
the
exercises
better
and
in
a
shorter
per-
iod
of
time.

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