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Seller: advplans (14,864) 99.2%, Location: McMinnville, Tennessee, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 401342449273 Classic Archives Listing Please visit our About page for more information about us and our products! The American Machinist's Reference Library Included: 7 hours of Instructional Videos Included: 200 How To Manuals, Guides, Instructional Textbooks, Reference Manuals, and Historic Guides Selected and organized by the engineering department at ADV Plans, LLC. The best selling Machinist's Reference Library collection on one easy to use DVD! This collection includes video in .mp4 format. This is a data DVD can be played in any computer. It cannot be played in a DVD player attached to your TV. This remains the best and most comprehensive Machinist's Reference Library ever put together! Don't be fooled by amateurs putting together a lower quality collection with lesser quality books and poor video and spreading it out across multiple DVD's making you think you get more by paying a little more! Don't get suckered by the oldest trick in the book! We do not overinflate our product quality with irrelevant content trying to confuse our customers! Additional Technical Manuals We Offer: South Bend Lathe Manuals and Publications: Click Here 350 Additional Lathe Manuals of Other Manufacturers: Click Here Learn How to Use A Lathe: Click Here Learn How to Use A Milling Machine: Click Here Learn How to Weld: Click Here All Books are in PDF format, for easy searching and printing Full breadth of machining topics are covered, such as Machine and Tool Making, Punching and Dies, Jigs and Fixtures, Gearings and Bearings, and more. Scroll down for a full list. 7 hours of instructional videos on important topics about basic skills in the field. If you have any interest in becoming a hobby machinist or a pro, or if you are going to school to become one, this collection of books and guides on machining will enhance your skills regardless of what kind of level you are at. The historical books and guides give you a perspective that is hard to capture in a classroom, while the videos are easy to follow for anyone. 15 videos are included on this disk, in .mp4 format that can be played on any computer. These videos combined are about 7 hours long! You can save them to your hard drive, and then place them on your Ipad or tablet or phone, and watch them in your shop at your convenience. They provide a great instruction on proper machining skills and techniques. Great tips and tricks! CNC Tutorial 1 of 3- Introduction to Machining - Topics covered include Safety, Cutting Tools Material of cutting tools Costs Tool holders and shows parts that have been made on a CNC mill. CNC Tutorial 2 of 3- Using the CNC Mill - Description of Fryer CNC mill, Powering on, homing, clamping down parts, using the vise, Machine movements line vs rapid pulse generator jog button, tool changing. the jig, drilling and tapping the blank, writing the drilling program, tool offsets, running the drill program, tapping the holes by hand CNC Tutorial 3 of 3- Making the Nameplate - mounting to the jig, edge detection, technical drawing associated with the nameplate (i.e. blueprint), machining operations, cutter radius compensation, offline software, writing the program for making the nameplate, profiling, edging, engraving, verifying with the draw feature Cutting a Keyway on a Horizontal Milling Machine - This is a video that shows how to set up a Kearney & Trecker model 2H Horizontal Mill to cut a keyway in a shaft. A basic skill any machinist should know. Boring hub in Flat Belt Pulley - The process used to bore the hub in the cast iron flat belt pulleys. This video was done to again illustrate how to apply basic machining skills and principles in a real life example project. How to make a screw driver - While it is unlikely that you will ever need to make a screwdriver yourself, watching how a simple project can be done using advanced machining skills will allow you to learn those skills and how to apply them. Keyway Broaching a Pulley - Another video in our series about how modern day machining skills are applied to relatively simple projects. This one covers broaching a keyway in the hubs of the pulleys. Machining and Installing Bronze Bearings-Bushings - Interesting machining skills are shown here during a project to machine and install bronze bearings for a large restoration project. Making a Mandrel and Turning Between Centers - This ties into our video on making flat belt pulleys. In this video, a custom mandrel to turn the pulleys is made, showing you some advanced machining techniques. Making a Square Head Bolt- Threading on a Metal Lathe - A Simple project that can show you how to use advanced techniques. Milling Machine Maintenance- Adjusting Gibs and Ways - How to adjust or tighten up gibs and ways on a Wells Index vertical milling machine. Similar methods can also be used on other types of milling machines. Pattern Making - Flat Belt Pulley 1, 2, and 3 - This is a series of 3 videos showing how to make a wooden pattern for a flat belt pulley to be made out of cast iron for an antique matcher/planer. Vocational Training - Machinist and Tool Make - This vintage video shows and explains the 5 ways of machining metals, employing the engine lathe, drill press, millinging maching, planer and grinder. Importance of knowledge of being able to use measuring devices and blueprint reading is also presented. Scroll down for screen captures! We are not going to stop there. In addition to those videos, we are also including over 200 books to help you learn more machining! Some of these are short reference guides, where as most of them are full length books. They are provided here to help you start building your own machinist reference library. Some of them are probably being the range of the average user, but they are great set of reference material for the beginner or expert alike. Jigs & Fixtures Drill Jigs, by E. R. Markham et al, 3rd ed., 1913, 55 pages Jig & Fixture Design, by Franklin D. Jones, 1920, 335 pages Jig & Fixture Kinks, by F. H. Colvin & F. A. Stanley, 1908, 111 pages Jigs & Fixtures, by Albert A. Dowd & Frank W. Curtis, 1922, 303 pages Jigs & Fixtures, by Einar Morin. 2nd ed., 1901, 85 pages Jigs, Tools & Fixtures - Their Drawing & Design, by Philip Gates, 1922, 210 pages Tools, Chucks & Fixtures, by Albert A. Dowd, 1915, 316 pages Machine and Tool Making American Tool Making & Interchangeable Manufacturing, by J. V. Woodworth, 1905, 533 pages Boring, Recessing & Multiple Turning Tools, by A. A. Dowd, 1914, 48 pages Details of Machine Tool Design, by W. L. Cheney et al, 2nd ed. 1908, 39 pages Machine Design, by E. L. Wallace, 1919, 176 pages Machine Tool Drives, by F. E. Cardullo et al, 2nd ed., 1910, 39 pages Machining Tapered & Spherical Surfaces, by A. A. Dowd, 1914, 43 pages Modern Toolmaking Methods, by F. D. Jones, 1915, 318 pages Self-Taught Mechanical Drawing & Elementary Machine Design, by F. L. Sylvester & E. Oberg, 1910, 344 pages The Mechanician, A Treatise of the Construction & Manipulation of Tools, by C. Knight, 1879, 596 pages The Practical Tool-Maker & Designer, by H. S. Wilson, 1898, 297 pages Tool Making - A Manual, by E. R. Markham, 1908, 220 pages Tool Making - A Practical Treatise, by E. R. Markham, 1919, 313 pages Toolmaker's Kinks, by F. H. Colvin & F. A. Stanley, 1908, 99 pages Machinist Reference A Handbook for Apprenticed Machinists, by Oscar J. Beale Editor, 3rd ed., 1901, 145 pages American Machinist Machine Shop Catechism, 1913, 229 pages American Machinist Questions & Answers, by Frank Richards comp., 1900, 421 pages American Machinist Shop Note Book, by E. A. Suverkrop, 1st ed., 1919, 314 pages American Machinists' Handbook & Dictionary of Shop Terms, by F. H. Colvin, F. A. Stanley, 2nd ed., 1914, 703 pages An Elementary Outline of Mechanical Processes, by G. W. Danforth, 3rd ed., 1930. 427 pages Appleby's Illustrated Handbook of Machinery, Vol I Prime Movers, by C. J. Appleby, 3rd rev. ed., 1895. 114 pages Appleby's Illustrated Handbook of Machinery, Vol II Hoisting Machinery, by C. J. Appleby, 3rd rev. ed., 1892, 168 pages Appleby's Illustrated Handbook of Machinery, Vol V Steem & Electric Plant, by C. J. Appleby, 1903, 342 pages Appleby's Illustrated Handbook of Machinery, Vol III Pumping Machinery, by C. J. Appleby, 1901, 152 pages Appleby's Illustrated Handbook of Machinery, Vol IV Machine & Hand Tools, by C. J. Appleby, 2nd ed., 1897, 185 pages Appleby's Illustrated Handbook of Machinery, Vol VI Mining & Colonial Machinery, by C. J. Appleby, 1897, 183 pages Machinery's Handbook, by E. Oberg & F. D. Jones, 15th ed., 1956, 1922 pages Mechanical Processes, by J. K. Barton, 1906, 332 pages The Advanced Machinist, by W. Rogers, 1903, 349 pages The Complete Practical Machinist, by J. Rose, 19th ed., 1895, 529 pages The Mechanical Equipment, by J. W. Roe, 1918, 532 pages The Modern Machinist, by J. T. Usher, 1896, 323 pages The Modern Practice of American Machinists & Engineers, by E. P. Watson, 1882, 298 pages The Operative Mechanic & British Machinist, by J. Nicholson, Vol I, 1831, 537 pages The Operative Mechanic & British Machinist, by J. Nicholson, Vol II, 1831, 390 pages The Progressive Machinist, by W. Rogers, 1903, 347 pages The Repair & Maintenance of Machinery, by T. W. Barber, 1895, 474 pages The Starrett Book for Machinists - Data Book, Vol II, by H. P. Fairfield et al, 1918, 180 pages The Starrett Book for Machinists' Apprentices, Vol I, by H. P. Fairfield & C. S. Dow, 1917, 185 pages Gearing, Teeth, and Bearings A New General Theory of the Teeth of Wheels, by Edward Sang, 1852, 190 pages A Practical Treatise on the Teeth of Wheels, by S. W. Robinson, 1876, 133 pages A Treatise on Gear Wheels, by George B. Grant, 9th ed., 1904, 108 pages American Machinist Gear Book, by Charles H. Logue, 3rd ed., 1922, 364 pages Ball Bearings, by A. Golden, 1910, 31 pages Bearings & Their Lubrication, by L. P. Alford, 1911, 233 pages Bearings, by F. E. Cardullo, E. Kistinger & C. H. Benjamin, 1908, 39 pages Bevel Gearing, by Ralph E. Flanders, 1909, 48 pages Bevel Gears, by John W. Newall, 1891, 51 pages Bevel, Spiral & Worm Gearing, Machinery's Data Sheet Series, 1910, 32 pages Formulas in Gearing, Brown & Sharpe Mfg. Co., 5th ed., 1907, 185 pages Gear Cutting in Theory & Practice, by J. G. Horner, 1918, 401 pages Gear-Cutting Machinery, by Ralph E. Flanders, 1909, 328 pages Handbook on the Teeth of Gears, by George B. Brant, 4th ed., 1890, 68 pages Hobs & Gear Hobbing, by John Edgar, 1914, 48 pages Practical Treatise on Gearing, by Brown & Sharpe Mfg. Co., 1920, 213 pages Spiral & Worm Gearing, by Erik Oberg, 1920, 284 pages Spiral Gearing, by Ralph E. Flanders, F. G. Bostock, G. Muffly & G. W. Barley, 3rd rev. ed., 1912, 48 pages Spur & Level Gearing, by Erik Oberg, 1920, 319 pages Spur Gearing, by A. B. Babbit et al, 1908, 47 pages Teeth of Wheels Applied to Millwork Machines, by Robertson Buchanan, 1808, 188 pages The Art of Generating Gear-Teeth, by Howard A. Coombs, 1904, 150 pages The Essentials of Gearing, by Gardner C. Anthony, Revised ed., 1911, 139 pages Toothed Gearing, by Howard A. Coombs, 1912, 150 pages Treatise on Toothed Gearing, by J. Howard Cromwell, 4th ed., 1901, 273 pages Worm & Spiral Gearing, by Frederick A. Halsey, 1903 (diagrams missing), 110 pages Worm Gearing, by Hugh K. Thomas, 2nd ed., 1916, 110 pages Worm Gearing, by Ralph E. Flanders, J. Edgar & C. F. Blake, 4rd ed., 1910, 47 pages Mathematics with the Machinist in Mind Advanced Shop Arithmetic for the Machinist, by E. Oberg, 1910, 56 pages Machine Shop Calculation, US Army, 1988, 127 pages Machine Shop Calculations, by F. H. Colvin, 1908, 183 pages Machine Shop Mathematics, by G. Wentworth, D. E. Smith & H. D. Harper, 1922, 168 pages Mathematics for Machinists, by R. W. Burnham, 1915, 238 pages Shop Arithmetic for the Machinist, by E. Oberg, 1921, 121 pages Shop Mathematics, by E. E. Holton, 1910, 232 pages Shop Mathematics, by E. Oberg & F. D. Jones, 1920, 288 pages Shop Mathematics, by J. M. Christman, 1922. 407 pages Shop Mathematics, Part I, by E. B. Norris & K. G. Smith, 1912, 200 pages Shop Mathematics, Part II, by E. B. Norris & R. T. Craigo, 1913, 227 pages Shop Mathematics, US Navy, 1988, 50 pages Shop Problems in Mathematics, by W. E. Breckenridge, S. F. Mersereau & C. F. Moore, 1910, 288 pages Tables & Formulas for Shop & Drafting-Room, by E. Oberg, 1909, 47 pages The Calculator's Constant Companion, by O. Byrne, 1854, 297 pages The Practical Model Calculator, by O. Byrne, 1863, 587 pages Workshop Mathematics, Part I, by F. Castle, 1902, 163 pages Workshop Mathematics, Part II, by F. Castle, 1900, 188 pages Mechanics & Reference for the Machinist Applied Science for Metal Workers, by W. H. Dooley, 1910, 490 pages Basic Machines, US Navy 1994, 178 pages Mechanical Engineer's Pocket Book, by W. Kent, 8th ed., 1910, 1503 pages Mechanics' & Engineers' Pocket-Book, by C. H. Haswell, 1906, 1080 pages Practical Shop Mechanics & Mathematics, by J. F. Johnson, 1916, 141 pages The Mechanic's, Machinist's & Engineer's Practical Book of Reference, by C. Haslett, 1859, 521 pages Use of Formulas in Mechanics, by E. Oberg et al, 3rd rev. ed., 1910, 48 pages Patternmaking Machinery Pattern Making, by P. S. Dingey, 2nd ed., 1894, 233 pages Pattern Making - A Practical Treatise, by J. G. Horner, 3rd ed., 1902, 387 pages Pattern Making, ASC, undated, 68 pages Pattern Making, by F. W. Turner & D. G. Town, 1914, 121 pages Pattern Making, by G. H. Willard, 1910, 215 pages Pattern Making, ILT, 1916, 660 pages Pattern Making, by J. A. Shelly, 1920, 351 pages Practical Pattern Making, by F. W. Barrows, 1906, 333 pages Practical Pattern Making, by P. N. Hasluck, 1905, 159 pages The Art of Pattern Making - A Comprhensive Treatise, by I. McKim Chase, 1903, 261 pages The Principles of Pattern Making, by J. G. Horner, 5th ed., 1920, 192 pages Tools & Patterns, by A. A. Dow, 1920, 463 pages Wood Pattern Making, by A. T. Purfield, 1906, 225 pages Punch and Die Work Blanking Dies, by C. F. Emerson, 1908, 40 pages Diemaking & Die Design, by F. D. Jones, 1915, 348 pages Dies & Die Making, by J. L. Lucas, 1899, 100 pages Drop Forging, Die Sinking & Machine Forming of Steel, by J. V. Woodworth, 1911, 342 pages Modern Punch & Die Construction, by F. E. Shailor & R. E. Flanders, 3rd rev. ed., 1910, 47 pages Practical Die-Making, by F. H. Colvin, 1916, 208 pages Press Working of Metals in Dies, by O Smith, 1908, 278 pages Punch & Die Work, by E. R. Markham & F. M. Shailor, 1911, 48 pages Punches, Dies & Tools for Manufacturing Presses, by J. V. Woodworth, 1907, 484 pages Screw Making Automatic Screw Machines & Their Tools, by C. L. Goodrich & F. A. Stanley, 1909, 268 pages Automatic Screw Machines, by Douglas T. Hamilton & F. D. Jones, 1916, 352 pages Cold-Heading, by Chester L. Lucas, 1914, 43 pages Screw Machine Kinks, by F. H. Colvin & F. A. Stanley, 1908, 93 pages Screw Thread Cutting, by E. Oberg et al, 1909, 39 pages Screw Thread Kinks, by F. H. Colvin & F. A. Stanley, 1908, 114 pages Screw Thread Production to Close Limits, by Howard. E. Adt, 1920, 199 pages Screw Thread Tools & Gages, by Erik Oberg et al, 2nd rev. ed., 1910, 43 pages Screws & Screw Making, Britannia Co., 1891, 215 pages The Calculation of Change-Wheels for Screw Cutting - A Practical Manual, by D. de Vries, 1908, 92 pages The Screw-Cutting Lathe, by James F. Hobart, 1907, 175 pages Thread Cutting Methods, by Franklin D. Jones, 1918, 354 pages Standard Shop Practice American Machinist Grinding Book, by F. H. Colvin, F. A. Stanley, 1912, 392 pages Bandsaw Operations, US Army, 1988, 101 pages Complete Workshop Practice, ILT, 1908, 847 pages Cyclopedia of Modern Shop Practice, Part I, by H. M. Raymond, Editor in Chief, 1906, 575 pages Cyclopedia of Modern Shop Practice, Part II, by H. M. Raymond, Editor in Chief, 1906, 540 pages Cyclopedia of Modern Shop Practice, Part III, by H. M. Raymond, Editor in Chief, 1906, 589 pages Cyclopedia of Modern Shop Practice, Part IV, by H. M. Raymond, Editor in Chief, 1906, 582 pages Drill Press Kinks, by F. H. Colvin & F. A. Stanley, 1908, 109 pages Elementary Machine Shop Practice, by J. A. Pratt, 1921, 327 pages Elementary Machine Shop Practice, by T. J. Palmateer, 1920, 124 pages Elementary Workshop Practice, HTI, undated, 56 pages Examples of Machine Shop Practice, by H. P. Fairfield, 1911, 47 pages Fundamentals of Machine Tools, US Army, 1996, 309 pages Grinding & Lapping, by O. Kylin et al, 1909, 48 pages Handbook of Small Tools, by E. Oberg, 1908, 528 pages Machine Shop Practice, by W. J. Kaup, 1911, 238 pages Machine Shop Primer, by F. H. Colvin, F. A. Stanley, 1910, 153 pages Machine Shop Tools & Methods, by W.S. Leonard, 7th ed., 1919, 590 pages Machine Shop Tools & Shop Practice, by W. H. Van Dervoort, 7th ed., 1918, 547 pages Machine Shop Work, F. W. Turner, by O. E. Perrigo &, H. P. Fairfield, 1919, 367 pages Machine Stops, Trips & Locking Devices, by J. G. Horner, 1913, 43 pages Machine Tool Operation for Maximum Production, by C. Day, 1909, 34 pages Machine Tool Operation, Part I, by H. D. Burghardt, 1919, 358 pages Machine Tool Operation, Part II, by H. D. Burghardt, 1922, 457 pages Machine Tools & Their Operation, Part I, by F. H. Colvin &, F. A. Stanley, 1922, 350 pages Machine Tools & Their Operation, Part II, by F. H. Colvin &, F. A. Stanley, 1922, 418 pages Machine Tools & Workshop Practice, by A. Parr, 1905, 482 pages Machinery Repairman, US Navy, 1993, 435 pages Mechanical Engineering & Machine Shop Practice, by S.H. Moore, 1908, 516 pages Methods of Machine Shop Work, by F.A. Halsey, 1914, 296 pages Modern American Machine Tools, by C. H. Benjamin, 1907, 340 pages Modern Shop Practice, Vol II, by H. M. Raymond, Editor in Chief, 1917, 416 pages Modern Shop Practice, Vol V, by H. M. Raymond, Editor in Chief, 1917, 400 pages Modern Shop Practice, Vol III, by H. M. Raymond, Editor in Chief, 1917, 383 pages Modern Shop Practice, Vol IV, by H. M. Raymond, Editor in Chief, 1917, 367 pages Modern Shop Practice, Vol VI, by H. M. Raymond, Editor in Chief, 1917, 411 pages Practical Planer Kinks, by C. Ashley, 1905, 82 pages Precision Measuring & Gaging, US Army, 1988, 96 pages Press Tool Kinks, by F. H. Colvin & F. A. Stanley, 1908, 112 pages Repair Kinks, by F. H. Colvin & F. A. Stanley, 1908, 107 pages Shop & Foundry Practice,Vol I, ITC, 1901, 540 pages Shop & Foundry Practice,Vol II, ITC, 2nd ed. 1901, 605 pages Shop & Foundry Practice,Vol III, ITC, 2nd ed., 1901, 714 pages Shop & Foundry Practice,Vol IV, ITC, 2nd ed. 1901, 741 pages Shop Kinks, by R. Grimshasw, 1904, 392 pages Shop Practice for Home Mechanics, by R. F. Yates, 1920, 319 pages Steelworker Tools & Equipment, US Navy, 1988, 12 pages Text-Book of Advanced Machine Work, by R.H. Smith, 7th Ed., 1922, 802 pages Text-Book of the Elements of Machine Work, by R. H. Smith, 1910, 203 pages Text-Book of the Principles of Machine Work, by R. H. Smith, 1910, 397 pages The Mechanical Equipment, by J.W. Roe, 1918, 532 pages The Testing of Machine Tools, by G.W. Burley, 1915, 240 pages Tool & Machine Setting, by P. Gates, 1921, 101 pages Workshop Appliances, by C. P. B. Shelley, 8th ed., 1888, 365 pages Technical Drawings Advanced Shop Drawing, by Vincent C. George, 1920, 160 pages Compendium of Drawing, by Charles L. Griffin et al, 1904, 509 pages Cyclopedia of Drawing - Mechanical, by Alfred E. Zapf editor In-Chief, 1907, 461 pages Drawing Room Kinks, by F. H. Colvin & F. A. Stanley, 1908, 118 pages Principles of Drafting & Shop Drawings, US Army, 1988, 117 pages Slide Rule Notes, by H. C. Dunlop & C. S. Jackson, 1913, 135 pages The Slide Rule - A Practical Manual, by C. N. Pickworth, 17th ed., 1920, 144 pages Make sure you check out our other listings. We have other home project related disks that may be of interest to you and your lathe. 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