On Method. Drafting & Drawing. Measurement. History of Technology. On the Reverse Engineering of Big Old Machines. [Optics & Photography.] [Safety.] [Solvents; Basic Hydrocarbon Chemistry.] Lubricants and Coolants. [Workshops.] [link to Cutting Tool Geometry.] Research Tools. Research Sources and Workshop Resources. Also, alas, [Computer Programming.]
Abrasives. [Ceramics and Crucibles.] [Plaster.] [Smelting Metals.] Lubricants and Coolants. Plastics. [Chemistry.] Formed and Component Materials.
[Casting.] Metalsmithing. Fitting & Mechanics. [Soldering, Brazing, and Welding.] [Machining.] Sheet Metal / Conduit. [Electrical Work.]
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