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Definition of Toolmaking
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Toolmaking
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1. Bulletin by Federal Board for Vocational Education, United States (1917)
"COURSES FOR toolmaking. toolmaking is highty skilled work and the number of ... Before taking up toolmaking a man should have had at least three years' ..."
2. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1903)
"LIMITATIONS OF toolmaking. 2O. The limitations of toolmaking are twofold; they are limitations of accuracy and limitations of commerce. ..."
3. Machinery's Encyclopedia: A Work of Reference Covering Practical Mathematics by Erik Oberg, Franklin Day Jones (1917)
"... toolmaking PRACTICE "THE practice followed in machine shops in cutting ала finishing castings and forgings, or in producing parts from bars of stock, ..."
4. America Vs. Europe in Industry: A Comparison of Industrial Policies and by Dwight Thompson Farnham (1921)
"toolmaking Department at the Fiat chines, automatic pin and stud machines, lathes, and shapers are made in Germany. Some very ingenious machines have been ..."
5. The I.C.S. System of Instruction by Mail and the Results Achieved by International Correspondence Schools (1905)
"Shop Practice, toolmaking Division—MJ ; CSJ Arithmetic Gauges and Gauge Making Reading Working Drawings (Optional) toolmaking Measuring ..."
6. The I.C.S. System of Instruction by Mail and the Results Achieved by International Correspondence Schools (1905)
"Vice, and Floor Work Machine Molding Shop Hints Malleable Casting General Tool-Room Work* - Brass Founding toolmaking Blacksmith-Shop ..."