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Where to Look? Browse these Call Numbers
- T 379 – Working drawings and their use. Blueprint reading.
- TJ – Mechanical engineering and machinery.
- TJ 151 – Mechanical engineering handbooks.
- TJ 836 to TJ 940.5 – Hydraulic machinery.
- TJ 950 to TJ 1030 – Pneumatic machinery.
- TJ 1040 to TJ 1119 – Millwork machinery.
- TJ 1045 – Power and power transmission.
- TJ 1075 to TJ 1081 – Lubrication and friction.
- TJ 1125 to TJ 1345 – Machine shops and machine shop practice.
- TJ 1165 – Machinists’ manuals; mathematics.
- TJ 1180 to TJ 1313 – Machine tools and machining.
- TS 191.3 – Installation and maintenance of factory machinery
Selected Books in the Library
- Fluid Power: Hydraulics and Pneumatics, includes FluidSIM Hydraulics simulation software.
Call number: TJ 840 .D34 2009
- Machine Devices and Components: Illustrated Sourcebook
Call number: TJ 243 .I45 2005
- Mechanical System Dynamics
Call number: TJ 170 .P44 2008
- Mechanisms and Mechanical Devices: Sourcebook, 5th Edition.
Call number: TJ 181 .M32 2011
- Estimator’s Equipment Installation Man-hour Manual, 3rd Edition, 1999, by John S. Page.
- Industrial Machinery Repair: Best Maintenance Practices Pocket Guide, 2003, by Ricky Smith and Keith Mobley.
- Machinery Component Maintenance and Repair, 3rd Edition, 2005, by Heinz P. Bloch.
- Maximizing Machinery Uptime, 2006, by Fred K. Geitner.
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- Industrial Machinery Mechanics, Maintenance Workers and Millwrights, from the Occupational Outlook Handbook, from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, find out what this job entails, how to become one, wage & salary ranges, and more.
- NCCER: Millwright, for curriculum, training and certification information.
- O*NET Online, Summary Report for Millwrights: describes the tasks, tools, skills and more needed to be a millwright.
- Southern States Millwright Regional Council, “was established in response to the expanding needs of southern-based companies such as refineries, paper mills, energy plants, car manufacturers and every other manufacturer in need of experienced, quality millwrights to work primarily with machinery and equipment requiring precision.”
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