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1. Metric Thread Conversion: No metric thread pitch gage no problem, just count the number of threads per inch and use the conversion chart in this guide.
2. American Standard Lathe Spindles: With this guide it is easy to tell which spindle nose you have on your lathe, D1, A1, LO.
3. Morse and Jacobs Tapers: Now its easy to tell which Jacobs or Morse taper you have or need.
4. Brown & Sharpe and Jarno Tapers: There are several standards for "self holding" tapers But the Morse and Brown & Sharpe are the standards most widely used by American manufacturers.
5. Tap Drill Size for Screw Thread (Helicoil) Inserts: Here is a guide to tell you what size drill you need for Helicoil inserts.
GUIDES VOLUME #2 ONLY $3.95
1. Engine Turning also Known as Jeweling: There are two questions here: How to Do It and What to Call It.
2. How Do I Cut Metal: Here are some ways, Snips, Knock-out punches, Hack saw, Sawzall, Band saw, Grinder, Chop saw, Nibbler, Shear, Flame cutting, Plasma Cutting, Cold saw.
3.History of Taps: Screw threads were in use in the late Middle Ages. Nuts and bolts were used to hold together the parts of armor suits.
4. Four digit Alloy Numbering Systems: What is 4140 made of? What those numbers mean when ordering steel. Also what Do the alloying elements do.
5. What are Metals Made of? Brass, Bronze, CRS, HRS, HSS, Stainless Steel, Nickel Silver or "German Silver".
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1. Cutting Keyways: How deep do you go when cutting keyways in round stock. This guide gives you the formula and the answers.
2. You Don't Need Trig: Here's an easy method of finding coordinates for 3, 4, 6 and 8 hole bolt circles.
3. Simple Tap Drill Formula: The easiest tap drill formula ever. Most of us have a tap drill chart for normal taps, such a 1/4-20 which calls for a #7 drill for 70% thread, but how about a 1/4-40 tap? This guide shows you how.
4. Temperature Color Chart: When trying to heat metals, this approximate high temperature/color chart will help. Heated metal radiates or gives off energy. The hotter the metal, the more energy it gives off. Much of this radiated energy is in the form of light.
5. How do I Harden Steel? How do I harden/temper metal? Heat Treating is a "huge" subject, and depends on the metal, and the intended use. Most of the time, this question is asked regarding steel, so we'll give a brief description of that.
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