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They are inexpensive enough and the early books detail some of the "lost arts" that the beginning home shop machinist should become familiar with. I have no affiliation and no idea of the quality, but you have little to lose. Jim, that book is now called "The Starrett Book for Student Machinists" and is still available from Starrett for free.
To become skilled in laying out should be the aim of every apprentice. Possessing this skill gives more opportunity to show ability than the running of a machine. It is a qualification one must have for advanced positions such as toolmaker, foreman, or superintendent. But laying out requires some knowledge of mathe-. Attention to details and extreme care are of utmost imIncreased labor cost, as well as material portance.
The apprentice, then, should lose no opportunity to make himself capable of laying out work.
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Starrett book for student machinists pdf