The increasing appearance of vertical milling machines in model engineers' and other small workshops has brought the versatility of this type of machine to the notice of a large and growing group of potential users, but until the first edition of this book was published in 1977 there was little available guidance for the average amateur or small user.
● Evolution of the Vertical Miller
● Milling Flat Surfaces
● Slitting and Cutting
● Keyway Cutting
● Fluting Components Other Than Tools
● Dividing Heads
● Tool Making
● Graduated Scales
● Cutter Speeds For Vertical Millers
● Work-Holding With Difficult Shapes
● Chucks For Milling Cutters
This third revised edition includes descriptions of many of the very wide range of operations possible with photographed examples, plus information on machines, accessories, cutters, chucks, requirements and methods of work-holding.