by Israel Program for Scientific Translations; [available from the Office of Technical Services, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Washington, D.C.] in Jerusalem .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] A.S. Britkin and S.S. Vidonov. Translated from Russian [by E. Tal and J. Baruch]|
|Contributions||Vidonov, S. S, Smithsonian Institution, National Science Foundation (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 120 p.|
|Number of Pages||120|
A.K. Nartov, outstanding machine builder of the 18th century (Vydayushchiisys mashinostroitel ́xvii veka A.K. Nartov). Britkin, A. S., Vidonov, S. S., A. K. Nartov, An Outstanding Machine Builder of the 18th Century, Jerusalem, Israel, Doesn't look promising. There is one in the main London radng rooms but it's pages and under rules you can only copy something like 5 or 10 pages from a book. Trouble is I can't afford 22 trips to London. Danner, Daniel, 15–26 distribution of raw materials and manufactured goods, 49–50 Doggett, Simeon, 40–41 Fitch, Jabez, 48–50File Size: 1MB. Rossika v SShA: letiiu Bakhmetevskogo arkhiva Kolumbiiskogo universiteta posviashchaetsia (Materialy k istorii russkoi politicheskoi emigratsii) (Russian Edition) by Ed. by A.V. Popov and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
If its the date attributed to it, , is correct then this would be both the oldest surviving portrait/medallion lathe and the earliest of which we have any technical details. It is preserved in the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia along with slightly later machines by A. K. Nartov. Carlo Bartolomeo Rastrelli ( in Florence, Italy – 18 November in Saint Petersburg, Russia) was an Italian sculptor and in Italy, he moved in to Russia, where he worked until his death. His most famous works include the Monument to Peter I (St. Michael's Castle) and a wax figure and several busts of Peter the son Francesco Bartolomeo . In addition, this notebook includes documentary materials about the remarkable inventions of the Russian mechanic A. K. Nartov. Patents, published in the notebook, show that the electric heating lamp is a Russian invention, that Russia is the motherland of the airplane, and that the cracking of oil is a Russian invention. Mechanical profiling during the cutting of articles was first used in the early 18th century by the Russian engineer A. K. Nartov. Lathes with mechanical duplicating devices—for example, copying milling machines for engraving and duplicating devices used on lathes and milling machines—became widespread in the 19th century.
Description: Technology and Culture is the quarterly interdisciplinary journal of the Society for the History of Technology. The international journal publishes the work of historians, engineers, scientists, museum curators, archivists, sociologists, anthropologists, and others, on topics ranging from agriculture to zippers. employed experts from all over Europe. , an engineer of great genius constructed for Peter some of the most complex rose engine and portrait copying lathes in the world. Many of the inventions of the ornamental turners were to re-appear later when they were adapted for industrial purposes; e.g. the lathes for screw-cutting. It was designed by A K Nartov and built in the St. Petersburg Arsenal in A 1-pounder, twin barrelled cannon (called ‘Blizniata’ or ‘Twins’). It was cast in the St. Petersburg Arsenal in Among Russian scientists M.V. Lomonosov and A.K. Nartov were the members of the Academy at that time. This building was the place where scientific books were printed and where the first Russian newspaper "Sankt-Peterburgskiye vedomosti" was issued (History of .