This is Mr. Thomas Frankland's drawing book for pipe fabrication. Many people avoid using math as much as possible. Drawing intersections, miter joints, orangle peels and other fabrication is one way of avoiding math. It has another benefit in that you actually can see how the pipe fits together. You can draw them to size for the smaller pipe or draw them to scale for the larger pipe. It is interesting to see an odd angle intersection or dead leg drawn out on a full sheet of plywood—then cut precisely. It covers true Y fitting, eccentric tee, concentric reducer, eccentric reducer, orange peel, bull plug, reducing lateral, & miter turns, You can draw your own Pipe templates or you can draw them straight on the pipe..
Publication Date: 1967Book Size: 5.5 x 8.5Pages: 81Edition: 1stCover: Soft BoundAuthor: Frankland
For Table of contents (A list of fabrication drawings), click "See Details".
Table of Contents:
PrefaceCutting and Drawing ProceduresMiter TurnsAngled Plate and Pipe MiterDouble Angled Plate and Pipe MiterTrue Y FittingFull Size LateralReducing LateralFull Size TeeReducing Tee-Branch Enters HeaderReducing Tee with Branch Pipe Outside HeaderEccentric TeeBranch Pipe from the Back of a Welding ElbowOrange Peel CapBull Plug CapConcentric ReducerEccentric ReducerDecimal Equivalents of Fractions of an InchStandard Pipe DataIndex
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