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Machine and Welding Shop Practices - Vol. 8
1-1. Purpose. This volume provides general information pertaining to machine and welding shop practices. The application of materials and techniques used on specific aircraft is not covered in this volume. Specific aircraft application, usage, and substitution are found in the individual aircraft maintenance manuals. This volume is of maximum benefit to the mechanic who desires information about machine and welding shop practices and procedures. This volume furnishes the mechanic a source of information about how to use and care for equipment in the machine and welding shops. This volume is not a requisitioning authority, and applicable repair parts and special tools list should be
consulted to obtain the unit of issue and National Stock Number of the items required for maintenance. 1-2. Scope. General information to guide aircraft maintenance personnel is covered within this volume; however, no attempt has been made to include special parts or equipment which are applicable only to individual or specific aircraft. General information on machine shop practices is contained in Cha ter 2 Welding shop practices are contained i h tr 1-3. Consumable Materials. Refer to TM 1-1500- 204-23-6 for consumable materials in this volume.
2-1. General. The following paragraphs describe machine shop rules, machine safety precautions, care and use of equipment, laying out and mounting work, and special operations on drilling machines. 2-2. Shop Rules. The practices and procedures described in this chapter pertain to the manufacturing and repair functions of aviation activities and are applica- ble to all levels of maintenance. Because of the many types of Army aircraft, each shop within the manufactur- ing and repair section must, of necessity, have personnel trained in general practices and procedures to the extent that different type and model aircraft do not upset a smooth running shop.