Reference numberCLP/3ii/29
TitlePaper, 'The method of making tin plates extracted from memoires of the Academy of Sciences for 1725' by William Rutty
DescriptionThe making of tin-plates, or lattin, as it is called, being not commonly practised in England, though there is so great a consumption of it, either because the method is not sufficiently known, or because that in use to make small quantities for particular purposes is much too dear to answer the artificer's expectation in making larger [quantities].

Subject: Industry / Engineering

Read to the Royal Society on 12 December 1728.
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1727.0063
Related records in the catalogueRBO/13/67
Fellows associated with this archive
NA518Rutty; William (1687 - 1730)1687 - 1730
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