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A & P Mechanics Airframe Handbook

A & P Mechanics Airframe Handbook

by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

These reference books are the “go-to” standards for general aviation. Excellent references to have handy, should any questions arise.- More Info -

A&P Mechanics Airframe Handbook Volume 1

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SMB-0026 $35.00

A&P Mechanics Airframe Handbook Volume 2

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SMB-0027 $35.00


Aircraft Inspection, Repair & Alterations

Aircraft Inspection, Repair & Alterations

by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Softbound, oversize, 632 pp.

This is the “bible,” the supreme authority on airplane repair. Own a sport airplane or experimental... or thinking of working on one? Buy this book. - More Info -

Aircraft Inspection, Repair & Alterations

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SMB-0028 $25.00


Aircraft Welding

Aircraft Welding

by L.S. Elzea. Softcover, 121 pp, A Lindsey reprint.

Kent knows his books. This is the finest book on aircraft steel welding. Chapters: welding equipment, hand tools, weld characteristics, weld types, stress concentration, jigs & fixtures, construction methods, drawings/prints, and Air Corps specs. - More Info -

Aircraft Welding

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SMB-0205 $16.00


Copper Work

Copper Work

by Augustus F. Rose. Softcover, 123 pp, Lindsey reprint.

Here's a good way to learn how to work copper sheet. This high school textbook shows how to anneal a sheet of copper, then hand work it to produce a pitcher, porringer, bowl, ink pot, or a spoon. - More Info -

Copper Work

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SMB-0204 $9.00


How to Do Aircraft Sheet Metal Work

How to Do Aircraft Sheet Metal Work

by Norcross and Quinn. Softcover, 285 pp, A Lindsey reprint / 1942 edition.

An excellent overview of sheet metal theory, layout, jigs and fixtures, forming, joining and fitting, written by the editor of Aviation magazine and the naval office in charge of the Aviation Trades Center in New York. - More Info -

How to Do Aircraft Sheet Metal Work

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SMB-0024 $14.95


Metal Fabricator's Pocket Bible

Metal Fabricator's Pocket Bible

by Budzik & Kuprianczyk. Softcover, 62 pp, 1997.

This little book will prove to be very handy with melting points, bend radii, material strengths, and tons of other metal production information. It's an excellent reference and a convenient size for your toolbox! - More Info -

Metal Fabricators Pocket Bible

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SMB-0025 $8.00


Practical Metal Plate Work

Practical Metal Plate Work

by Paul N. Hasluck. Softcover, 156 pp, 1907.

Methods for working “plate” (sheet metal, today) remain remarkably the same as when this book was written over 100 years ago. Very detailed instruction is given to the geometries and layout of all sorts of right cones, funnels, pipe intersections, coffee pots, and pans of all shapes. Read this book thoroughly and you will understand the layout process, doing projections, making patterns, cutting the sheet, and using all sorts of stakes, mallets, punches, and machines to make sheet metal parts. Also covers an array of metals: pewter, Britannia Metal, tinning, silver alloys, white brass, bronzes, solders, nickel, gold, galvanizing, copper, and more. 240 illustrations.

Practical Metal Plate Work

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SMB-0211 $11.00


Art of Coppersmithing

Art of Coppersmithing

by John Fuller, Sr. Softcover, 317 pp, A Lindsay reprint.

This book offers very detailed insight into the art of forming – and whether or not the final goal is copperwork – the art applies to all soft metals. This is a fundamental book and should be a part of any craftsman's library. - More Info -

Art of Coppersmithing

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SMB-0202 $25.00


METALSHAPING: THE LOST SHEET METAL MACHINES

METALSHAPING: THE LOST SHEET METAL MACHINES

by Timothy Barton, Softcover, 200+ pp.

We are pleased to present this new series of sheet metal shaping books. Tim Barton, metal historian extraordinaire, has compiled the most mind-boggling assortment of metal shaping tools, equipment, and their history. Years of meticulous research and extensive interviewing have gone into this collection. This unique series contains almost every common and obscure metal working machine (and its variations) ever created for sheet metal forming and shaping. If you are seriously interested in an encyclopedic reference to metalworking machines, this is THE library for you. - More Info -

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