WE recently received a pamphlet entitled ‘Mechanical Drawings for Reproduction in Printed Matter’, that had so obviously been based upon the very troubles we frequently meet in the illustrations to contributed articles that we are reproducing it in full here through the courtesy of its publishers—who are specialists in industrial publicity—Rowlinson‐Broughton, Royal Buildings, 2 Mosley Street, Manchester, 2. We commend the precepts to would‐be contributors and also to all those, unused to drawing for reproduction in the normal course of events, who are called upon to illustrate handbooks or brochures. Some copies of the original pamphlet are still available and can be had on application to Messrs Rowlinson‐Broughton. Here follows the text of the pamphlet.
(1950), "Drawing for Reproduction: Some Notes on the Difficulties and Dangers to be Avoided when Drawing for Mechanical Printing", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 22 No. 10, pp. 303-313. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb031954
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