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    Hi,
    I found this in my wanderings.

    I have a hard copy of the Connelly Book, but can't find a hard copy of this one?

    Found this PDF so thought I would pass it on for those interested?

    I took a 3 day class from Michael Morgan years ago and still have a 25" Camel back straight edge to finish...

    Trying to get back in the game I guess, now that I am retired?

    https://ia600104.us.archive.org/20/i...l_Accuracy.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagiant View Post
    Hi,
    I found this in my wanderings.

    I have a hard copy of the Connelly Book, but can't find a hard copy of this one?

    Found this PDF so thought I would pass it on for those interested?

    I took a 3 day class from Michael Morgan years ago and still have a 25" Camel back straight edge to finish...

    Trying to get back in the game I guess, now that I am retired?

    https://ia600104.us.archive.org/20/i...l_Accuracy.pdf
    I don't feel bad downloading your PDF as I bought the book and the other book...

    The PDF is a bit more convenient than trashing what is essentially a $200 coffee table book. [+ excellent technical info that is actionable.]. (Thanks for that).

    The book design is better without the dust cover on IMO.

    Shame they used such cheap printers for the book as the plates lack depth and tonality / doesn't do the technical photography justice , like the multiple exposures etc.

    What-cha-gonna scrape ? :-)

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    Hi,
    At the moment I have to finish my Camel Back in the pic above and I have an old angle plate I need to refurb.

    The angle will teach me not only flatness but correct angle also. (90 degrees)

    Then there are a couple of old 40's drill presses to rebuild.

    Nothing exciting for now but would like to do a clapped out small lathe if one comes along one day!

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    seagiant

    Thanks for posting this link. See if you can change the title of the thread.

    Andy

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    You can buy that book from Moore Special Tools in Bridgeport CT. I just bought 2 copies last February for around $200.00 each. That book is still in Print as is the Connelly book and I know the Connelly copywrite owner sues people who copy it. I sell the Connelly book as well as a DVD or Flash Drive stick on How to Scrape. I sell them on Ebay or PM me and I can give the Forum Members a discount.

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    The Connelly book owner should then take a look at the copy on Hobby-Machinist.com. Nelson put it there of all ppl. I had emailed the copyright owners but never got a reply.
    I have access to the hard copies of both books, excellent reading/learning materials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard King View Post
    You can buy that book from Moore Special Tools in Bridgeport CT. I just bought 2 copies last February for around $200.00 each. That book is still in Print as is the Connelly book and I know the Connelly copywrite owner sues people who copy it. I sell the Connelly book as well as a DVD or Flash Drive stick on How to Scrape. I sell them on Ebay or PM me and I can give the Forum Members a discount.
    Hi,
    That's cheap I guess, saw this at Amazon!

    https://www.amazon.com/Foundations-m...SIN=B0006CAKT8


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