This text has been prepared for use in vocational schools, trade schools, technical schools, and high schools offering courses in sheet metal pattern drafting and shop work, and for home study by apprentices and sheet metal workers. It meets every requirement as a textbook and is also well adapted for reference use by draftsmen, shop foremen, and metal workers engaged in laying out patterns for general sheet metal work, heating, ventilating, cornice, and heavy plate work. The proper sequence so necessary for successful instruction in sheet metal pattern drafting is an important feature of this book; also, each problem presented is drawn to scale or dimension given and is of ample size for constructing from metal, using a minimum amount of material. The descriptions are clear and well organized step by step. Numerous illustrative problems are worked throughout the text, and a large number of examples for the student are given in each chapter. The work is so planned that the student can take care of himself to a great extent.
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