Learn a Crucial Technique for Gear Cutting and Radial Work on a Metalworking Lathe, with Methods for Simple Applications


Learn how to precisely space your cuts for gear cutting and radial work on a metalworking lathe, with Precision Dividing for Small Shop Metalworkers!

Author Harold Hall was the editor of Model Engineers' Workshop magazine and established himself as a mentor to Tyro model engineers worldwide. He is also the author of seven books in the indispensable Home Machinists Series.

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Precision Dividing for Small Shop Metalworkers Book

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Learn a Crucial Technique for Gear Cutting and Radial Work on a Metalworking Lathe, with Methods for Simple Applications


Learn how to precisely space your cuts for gear cutting and radial work on a metalworking lathe, with Precision Dividing for Small Shop Metalworkers!

Author Harold Hall was the editor of Model Engineers' Workshop magazine and established himself as a mentor to Tyro model engineers worldwide. He is also the author of seven books in the indispensable Home Machinists Series.

Your complete guide to precision dividing!

  • Learn the principles underlying radial work on a metalworking lathe

  • Methods for simple applications without specialized equipment, how to use a semi-universal dividing head and a rotary table, and more

  • Mathematical aspects of dividing are covered at a level that is easily understood

Author Harold Hall was the editor of Model Engineers' Workshop magazine and is the author of seven books in the indispensable Home Machinists Series

A skill that consists of precisely spacing cuts, dividing is a crucial technique for gear cutting and radial work on a metalworking lathe.

This complete guide to dividing clearly explains its principles and covers everything a model engineer needs to know about dividing and several methods that can be achieved — from simple applications without specialized equipment to the use of a semi-universal dividing head and a rotary table. The mathematics of dividing are also included and written in an easy-to-understand format that won't intimidate.

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