[modeleng] Re: request for info on book.

Thanks for the warning Tony, but this seems to be a recent edition.
You are correct about this type of work (about the 10% ) but we do not 
have a public library that has anything of this nature.

Tony Wells wrote:

>I keep borrowing "my" copy from the local library - like all encyclopedias 
>you will probably not need over 90% of the information in it. When it comes 
>to that last 10% though, where else could you find it, apart from this 
>e-group of course ..... <vbg>. If it is on special offer, just make sure 
>that a new edition is not coming out, which is a mistake that I have made 
>more than once, unfortunately.
>
>Tony Wells.
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>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: "Patrick Coppens" <develop@xxxxxxxxx>
>To: <modeleng@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Friday, May 06, 2005 10:33 AM
>Subject: [modeleng] request for info on book.
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>>1) I have said my piece on the "OT" issue, and its "German" connection.
>>I have taken in everybodies comments and I have given those comments
>>much thought.
>>I also suggest that we leave it at that.
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>>2) An "OT" (On Toppic) issue now.
>>I am about to order "Machinery Handbook 27th Edition" ( at 90 Euro's or
>>60 GBP) and I was wondering if any of you had any thoughts on that book
>>(before I spend my hard earned penny's)
>>
>>Patrick
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