Results 1 – 12 of 37 Build Your Own Metal Working Shop From Scrap (Complete 7 Book Series). Oct 10, by David J. Gingery and Vincent R. Gingery. Gingery Book Store features books written expecially for Inventors, Tinkerers, Machinists and Experimenters. Charcoal Foundry (Build Your Own Metal Working Shop from Scrap Book 1): 1 ( Build Your Own Metal Working Shop from Scrap Book 1). David J. Gingery.
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Dave Gingery Essay
I am descended from 5, generations of tool-using primates. Also, I went to college and stuff. I am a long-time contributor to MAKE magazine and makezine.
If you hang around makers long enough, especially older ones, sooner or later somebody will mention Dave Gingery. And then everybody within earshot will either A genuflect or B look around in confusion at all the people who are genuflecting.
Some people are better with tools than others. His classic 6-book series, available for decades now through Lindsay Technical Books, begins with instruction about how to build a home blast dxve and sand table so you can melt scrap metal and cast your own metal parts from wooden patterns.
The remaining six books go on to describe how to use these castings to make your own lathe, metal shaper, milling machine, drill press, and indexing head. The order is important, because each tool requires the use of the previous machines in its construction.
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Dave, sadly, left us in Personally, I think there should be a formal day of remembrance among makers. The works of both father and son are available through Lindsay Technical Books.
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