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Posted July 31, 2012
Great Book, poor quality paper, non-existent customer service
It goes without saying that the Machinery's Handbook is the definitive source for any machining questions one may have.
That said, this is the poorest example of a reference book that I've ever seen.
The pages are so microscopically thin as to be unreadable due to the ink bleeding through. Not to mention that they are in danger of tearing just by turning them.
This is called a "Toolbox Edition", but mine has sat on my table since I got it because of the above reasons... it is unusable.
I wish I had checked reviews of this edition at other sites (as I am the first reviewer here at B&N) before I had bought this, because if I had, I probably would have bought the 28th Edition instead.
Reviews of this 29th Edition are unanimous that it is terrible quality.
The President of Industrial Press, Mr. Alex Luchars responded to several bad reviews at another site, saying that Industrial Press is dedicated to customer satisfaction (or some other hogwash) and he posted the email link.
Well I emailed them three (3) times in the space of two weeks, and they didn't even give me the courtesy of a reply.
So don't bother with this edition; either buy the 28th Edition hardcover, or get the 29th Edition CD ROM.
... and if you have any problems with your purchase, be sure to go through B&N, because Industrial Press just doesn't care.
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