Surfacing Machinist Print
We fell in love with these illustrations from a vintage machinist's guide, and have updated them with a pop of color.
Publications like Rogers Machinists' Guide were illustrated manuals that explained modern machine shop practices, and were essential to developing and standardizing American industry and manufacturing in the modern era. Being a skilled machinist required a fluency in geometry and trigonometry, as well as deep knowledge of materials and process.
The surfacing print shows a surface gauge, also called a scriber. It is used in vise, drill and planer work, and accurately marks the centers of holes, points and lines.
2 colors screen printed on tinted 11"x17" on 100# cover stock Designed and printed in Richmond, VA Paper made in the USA using 100% renewable energy
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