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An Introduction to Engineering Drawing


    The aim of Mr. Duncan's book is to enable young students of engineering to produce intelligible working drawings of the details of engineering machines and structures. The student is introduced to the proper workmanlike methods of actual engineering practice, and is not allowed the use of any special hybrid methods which are supposed by many to be sufficient for use in schools.

    An Introduction to Engineering Drawing.

    By J. Duncan. (Life and Work Series.) Pp. x + 158. (London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1922.) 4s.

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