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Machinery’s Handbook: Toolbox Edition (Large Print) [Large Print] [Hardcover]

Erik Oberg , Franklin D. Jones , Holbrook L. Horton , Henry H. Ryffel
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Jan. 1 2004 0831127112 978-0831127114 27th Large Print edition
Celebrating its 90th year, the newest edition of "The Bible" in its field brings together volumes of knowledge, information and data gathered, revised and improved upon from experts throughout the mechanical industries. Extraordinarily comprehensive yet easy to use since it premiered, Machinery’s Handbook provides mechanical and manufacturing engineers, designers, draftsmen, toolmakers, and machinists with a broad range material, from the very basic to the more advanced. It has always, and continues to provide industry fundamentals and standards while it moves into the 21st century with material reflecting technological advances and offering vast editorial improvements, making the 27th Edition the best tool…ever!

New Features
-A new more usable organization…every section has been reformatted so that you will never have to search outside of that area for information on the topic you are exploring.
-30% MORE math coverage…from the basic to the advanced, you’ll find fractions, positive and negative numbers, derivatives and integrals, analytical geometry, circular segments, matrices and engineering economics.
-New or revised material on…cutting tools, screw threads, symbols and abbreviations, threads and threading, disc springs, properties and materials, sine bars, and sheet metal.
-Updated Standards.
-New individual indices for standards, materials, and interactive equations.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Goog price and nice book Sept. 9 2010
I bough this used book for my design reference. This book looks new and have low price. The shipment is very fast.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Machinery's Handbook Edition 27 July 26 2005
By Tyrone Shoelaces - Published on Amazon.com
This book is the industry standard for engineering and manufacturing data and calculations. The included CD allows the entire book (plus extras not in the book) to be viewed with Adobe Acrobat from a computer. Unfortunately, it can only be run from one computer at a time due to the online registration process. They were kind enough to give me another code so I could also run it from my laptop. Definately a must for geeky mechanical engineers and the like.
22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars this sucks July 21 2006
By Paul L. Ahrens - Published on Amazon.com
I have been very disappointed with the Machinery's Handbook CD that I received about 4 weeks ago. Could never get it to open. I reinstalled it several times along with the agony of reinstalling adobe 7.0.8 along with the plug-in. Very frustrating and annoying that your program is wound up so tight for security, I guess, that you can't even open it up. I finally called your number for technical help and the recorder was full and wouldn't accept another call. What does that tell you???????????? T talked to one of your customer reps. and he tried to blame it on adobe. I don't have any problems with abobe with any other programs that it opens. Yours it toooooooo secure for it's own good and a piece of junk. I followed his instructions by down-loading a plug-in from the Industrial Press home page. It still wouldn't work. It shuts down and goes right to the desktop when I try to open it. The CD is now long gone in the dumpster and I'm so mad, I don't even want a refund.

Another guy in our engineering office also can't open the same program and feels the same way I do. Your Associate H.N. could not help him with 3 attempts. That sucks!!!! I'll try and spread the word about your product and believe me, I won't be buying any more of your products from the catalog that came witht the CD.

Paul Ahrens
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2.0 out of 5 stars the MH cd and adobe Sept. 9 2005
By J. Bennett - Published on Amazon.com
The book is of course excellent. However the cd is anoying because the authors somehow did not make it upwardly compatable with the newest version of adobe reader (7.x). Therefore one needs to remove the latest version of adobe reader and install version 6.x . The two versions of adobe reader are not allowed to exist on a windows system at the same time.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Machinery's Handbook 27th Edition CD (Machinery's Handbook (CD-ROM)) Nov. 3 2006
By MDC - Published on Amazon.com
Format:CD-ROM|Verified Purchase
This is nothing but overly secured PDF file that takes more time to use than the old book. This is poorly done with no effort towards user interface. An internet connection is required for the live math to work. I use the book often and was exited to see it on CD. I am extremely disapointed by the CD version. I think I will stick with the book until they decide to actually make a PC version that is useful. I
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5.0 out of 5 stars Machinery's Handbook, 27th Edition (Machinery's Handbook) March 22 2006
By Marcus T. Heilner - Published on Amazon.com
As a mechanical engineer who designs small mechanisms, I keep this book close by on my desk. Scarcely a day goes by that I am not using this valuable resource.
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