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|Founded||New York City (1883)|
|Headquarters||South Norwalk, Connecticut (since 2013)|
Industrial Press, Inc., is a privately held corporation headquartered in South Norwalk, Connecticut. Its primary areas of business are publishing technical books for engineering, technology, and manufacturing.
The company was founded in New York City in 1883, and moved to Connecticut in 2013.
Industrial Press's flagship title is the Machinery's Handbook. It is a comprehensive, practical, and easy-to-use reference for mechanical and manufacturing engineers, designers, draftsmen, toolmakers, and machinists.
- AutoCad Books
- Blueprint Reading / Drafting
- CAD / CAM / CIM
- Computer Graphics
- Electricity / Electronics
- Industrial Engineering
- Machine Shop and Metalworking
- Materials / Metallurgy
- Mechanical Technology
- Quality Control and Reliability
- Books in the Spanish Language
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