Published by Special Interest Model Books Ltd, Dorset England
Extract from back cover of book:
Whether folding a chassis for a piece of equipment, beating or spinning a curved shape, drilling or punching holes or repairing a tank or car panel, the how and why is explained in this comprehensive book.
About the Author: RE Wakeford is an instructor in metalwork and allied crafts and uses his teaching experience to describe clearly all the processes likely to be encountered by the hobbyist or in a model or light engineering workshop.
Photos: Black & White
Units of Measurement: Imperial & Metric
Chapter 1: Tools
Chapter 2: Metals and their characteristics
Chapter 3: Marking and cutting out shapes. Use of relevant tools. Drawing of developments
Chapter 4: Shaping methods, bending and folding, round work, flanging, planishing, stretching and contracting
Chapter 5: Seams, edge finishes, joints
Chapter 6: Soldering (soft and hard), tools, solders and fluxes, brazing
Chapter 7: Rivets and riveting
Chapter 9: Repair work. Patching and filling holes, removing and filling dents
Chapter 10: Spinning
Chapter 11: Finishing processes. Avoiding corrosion, painting, lacquering, plastic coating, plating and polishing