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Elementary Forge Practice Robert Henry Harcourt 1920

Elementary Forge Practice Robert Henry Harcourt 1920

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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
Instructorin
forge
Practice,
Leland
Stanford
Junior
Univeriity
THE
MANUAL
ARTS
PRESS
PEORIA,
ILLINOIS
 
Copyright,
1917,
1920
by
Robert
H.
Harcourt
32C62
Printed
in
the
United
States
of
America
 
PREFACE
to
SECOND
EDITION
While
it
is
realized
that
a
comprehensive
knowledge
of
forge
practice
canbe
gained
only
thru
contact
with
a
commercial
shop
doing
a
wide
variety
of
work,
it
is
at
the
same
time
be-lievedthat
an
understanding
of
fundamental
principles
may
be
securedthrua
carefully
planned
and
conducted
course
of
instruction
in
a
technical
school.
This
book
is
designed
to
assist
the
student
in
grasping
fundamental
principles.
To
this
end
a
series
of
projects
involving
fundamental
operations
has
been
devised.
It
may
be
unnecessary
for
some
students
to
complete
the
entire
set.
Some
of
the
earlier
projects
and
occasionally
others
may
be
omitted
if
the
student
has
had
previous
prac-
tice
or
if
he
shows
great
facility.
On
the
other
hand
it
will
be
readily
seen
that
there
is
a
logical
order
in
the
series
and
that
some
projects
must
be
mastered
before
others
are
under-
taken.
The
whole
set
may
require
a
longer
time
than
is
allotted
to
thesubject
in
the
average
manual
training
course.
In
such
case
theinstructor
may
easily
select
such
work
as
will
meet
thepeculiar
conditions.
The
criticism
given
an
earlier
edition
by
the
technical
press,
and
thereception
by
teachers
of
forge
and
machine-shop
practice,
have
shown
the
need
for
atext-book
of
this
type.
The
author
wishes
to
express
his
appreciation
of
the
as-
sistance
rendered
by
Professor
E.
P.
Lesley
of
Leland
Stan-
ford
Junior
University,
Mr.
W.
L.
Rifenberick,
andMr.H.
P.
Miller,
Jr.,
in
the
preparation
of
this
book.
R.
H.
HARCOURT.
Stanford
University,
November,
1919.

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