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Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks/5(4). Nasmyth was a titan of 19th century British engineering, and his autobiography is outstanding. Any study of the great engineers of history would be remiss without this book /5(11).
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nasmyth, James, James Nasmyth engineer. New York, Harper & Bros., (OCoLC) Named Person. This autobiography was first published inand recounts the life of the Scottish scientist and inventor James Nasmyth (), who was arguably the last of the early pioneers of the machine tool industry, most famously remembered for his invention of the steam hammer.
He also produced and manufactured several other important machine tools Price Range: $ - $ "Engineer An Autobiography" from James Nasmyth. Scottish engineer and inventor famous for his development of the steam hammer ().Author: James Nasmyth.
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The autobiography of one of the last pioneers of the machine tool industry and an amateur astronomer, James Nasmyth, who was most famous for his invention of both the steam hammer and the hydraulic press, instruments still used in engineering today/5(11).
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James Nasmyth's goal had always been to optimise those tools by applying common sense to the use of materials, which became the core principle of his very own definition of engineering.
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James Nasmyth: Engineer, An Autobiography. Edited by Samuel Smiles, LL.D. (this Etext is taken from the popular edition, pub. John Murray ) PREFACE I have had much pleasure in editing the following Memoir of my friend Mr. Nasmyth. James Nasmyth, Engineer: An Autobiography Item Preview James Nasmyth, Engineer: An Autobiography by James Nasmyth, Samuel Smiles.
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