Fastener Black Book - ISBN 0958057134
The Fastener Black Book is a Technical Fastener Resource Book consolidating the abundance of Fastener information into an easy-to-read and convenient user-friendly format.
Whether you are a Designer, Engineer or looking to understand Fasteners better, the Fastener Black Book is an invaluable tool for Apprentices, Trainees, Tradesmen, Machinists, Machine Shops, Tool Rooms, Technical Colleges, Fabricators, Sheet Metal Workers, even simply as a gift to a colleague.
Includes a FREE Thread Identification Gauge!
- Standard Dimensions (Drawings)
- Thread Identification
- and much more...
The Fastener Black Book has been manufactured with specially designed paper that offers superior protection for the rugged user. Each page is highly durable and tear resistant, in addition, each page surface is glare-free for easy reading in bright conditions.
If kept in your back pocket, toolbox, truck floor or used in the field or in a hard workshop environment - each page is protected against dust, wear and in the case of handling the book with greasy hands - no problem - each page is barrier protected and can easily be wiped clean without stain.
At 166mm High x 108mm Wide, the Fastener Black Book is extremely portable. It fits into your pocket, takes up little space on your bench and easily fits into your tool box or glove box. Capable of being held in one hand the Black Books are very convenient and trouble-free to carry around.
Fastener Black Book- 1st Edition
Overall Size: 166mm (6.53" in) High x 108mm (4.25" in) Wide x 15.8mm (0.62" in) Thick
Weight: 265 grams, 9.45 oz (including Thread Identification Gage)
Pages: 248 pg. ISBN# 978-0-9580571-3-4 , BARCODE# 9 780958 057134
Designed with a WIRE-O binding system, the Engineers Black book offers the user an unassisted Lay Flat reading experience.
Whether the book is mounted on your workbench or truck hood, the book will remain completely open (without assistance) and not spring closed like traditional binding methods.
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