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    Default Literature

    This is a start, can anyone suggest other books, computer programs, pamphlets, or any other media that you just find indispensable? Let me know
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    Ya, the Marks Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers.

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    Read it. Now you explain to me how it should have made me do anything differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Sunday View Post
    Read it. Now you explain to me how it should have made me do anything differently.
    It doesn't really bother me as is but I see the point.
    Maybe something like. [Post your useful literature on this thread]
    I posted something below.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Sunday View Post
    Read it. Now you explain to me how it should have made me do anything differently.
    O.T. Machining Literature, what do you guys recommend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Sunday View Post
    Read it. Now you explain to me how it should have made me do anything differently.
    How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie, General Press - Google Books

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    I've read that one as well! I didn't realize it would be off topic, since the post was about machining literature in a section labeled as General on a machining forum. Hope everyone else found what they expected. Remember folks, the key to communication, is brevity.

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    Darle Dudley, Handbook of Practical Gear Design.

    One by National Broach, the Red Ring Gear Manufacturing maybe ? It's more of a binder than a book but a ton of useful information and interesting examples.

    The Fellows handbooks on gear shaping -- some stuff in there that will surprise you. I think I've seen scans of those online.

    And one I don't know who wrote it, it's old, probably out of print but great primer on all types of grinding, The Grinding Wheel (I think).

    Used bookstores used to be great

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    The Moore Trilogy.
    "Precision Hole Location" by J. Robert Moore 1946, "Holes Contours and Surfaces" by Richard F. Moore & Fredrick C. Victory, and "Foundations of Mechanical Accuracy" by Wayne R. Moore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Sunday View Post
    I've read that one as well! I didn't realize it would be off topic, since the post was about machining literature in a section labeled as General on a machining forum. Hope everyone else found what they expected. Remember folks, the key to communication, is brevity.
    You have answered your own question as to why the title "Literature" is not acceptable, on this forum, it is not concise and does not explain your topic/question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Sunday View Post
    Remember folks, the key to communication, is brevity.
    Your tutoring us ?

    The key to communication is clarity.
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    DoAll's Fundamentals of Band Machining.

    Brevity is the SOUL of WIT rather than communication.
    Communication takes WHATEVER is necessary to get a point understood.

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    or this one, probably one of the funniest books I've ever read.

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