JAPANESE Industrial Standard

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Niru, May 8, 2014.

  1. Niru
    Joined: Jul 2010
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    Location: Philippines

    Niru Mr.

    Good AM.

    Ever seen a small brown book, with onion skin type of paper - for shipbuilding.

    to simple fabrication of sounding pipes to watertight doors...

    there's for hull, separate book for valves and fittings (pipes), and another one i cant recall.

    if your into shipbuilding the three books are good references.

    now for the counter part - "AMERICAN Standard"
    do they have the same book were almost everthing is listed/ organized in one reference book. - i commonly see on the internet that are mostly "specified".

    its like buying a LIBRARY instead of one to two reference books. $$$ :(

    Many Thanks! :?:
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