60 YEARS WITH MEN AND MACHINES by

60 YEARS WITH MEN AND MACHINES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The relationship of machine tools to modern mass production, as told by an editor of Locomotive Engineering, American Machinist, which gives a picture of over half a century of development. He tells of tool makers, engineering wizards, of bicycle, automobile, airplane, railroad manufacture, the progress of shop organization, the first line of industry in two world wars. There are the contributions of machine tools to better living, the importance of the assembly line; there are the men who have advanced the science of engineering, production, who have made inventions practical. An exhaustive, personal history, which has appeal for a specific audience.

Pub Date: May 14th, 1947
Publisher: Whittlesey