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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine  |  Autumn Special 2015  


"Issue 233 of Model Engineers’ Workshop brings you another packed selection of workshop ideas and inspiration!
On The Cover: Reader Steve Giles hard at work in his workshop, happy to let the grass keep growing! Steve’s photo was one of the runners-up in our recent photo competition.

A RAISING BLOCK FOR THE X1 MILLING MACHINE A simple tweak increases the capacity of this very popular benchtop mill.
A TAPPING DILEMMA John Ashton applies the principal of a tailstock die holder to his taps.
FOAMING TOOLS! Fed up with split plastic trays, Des Bromilow found a neat solution.
STIFFENING UP LOOSE THREADS Do you suffer from adjustment creep? John Antliff has the cure.
CNC IN THE (MODEL ENGINEERS’) WORKSHOP Marcus Bowman returns with a look a machining complex curves.
THE MYFORD VMB MILLING MACHINE Mark Noel was pleased with his benchtop mill, but still found room for a few tune ups.
THE DURSTON GUILLOTINE The ups and downs of a heavy-duty metal cutting guillotine.
A SWING TOOL FILING GUIDE Bill Morris makes the case for building this old-style aid to accurate handwork.
ONE MAN AND HIS LATHE A transatlantic tale - Richard Rex and his Grizzly G0602 Metal Lathe
A TABLE LENGTH MILLING VICE David Piddington completes a large capacity milling vice from castings.
ADDING NEW TO OLD Alan Hearsum re-makes a Myford taper attachment.
EVAPO-RUST Neil Wyatt experiments with a rust treatment that’s a bit different from the usual.
AN ANGLE VICE ADAPTOR PLATE Ted Fletcher adds a degree of freedom to a standard angle vice.
Plus our regulars including:
ON THE WIRE
A new approach to temperature controlled soldering.
READERS’ TIPS
A mandrel handle and a tiny tray.
SCRIBE A LINE
Your letters, including a trio of interesting machines.

MEW – the Machinery Magazine that gives you More!"
This superb magazine deals with machines, materials, processes and techniques for precision metalwork. It's a must read for the serious model engineering hobbyists
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   Great magazine for the home machinist Reviewed Thursday, 28 June 2018
Sister publication to the long running magazine Model Engineer, MEW focuses on workshop tools and techniques rather than building engines.
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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine   |   Autumn Special 2015   


"Issue 233 of Model Engineers’ Workshop brings you another packed selection of workshop ideas and inspiration!
On The Cover: Reader Steve Giles hard at work in his workshop, happy to let the grass keep growing! Steve’s photo was one of the runners-up in our recent photo competition.

A RAISING BLOCK FOR THE X1 MILLING MACHINE A simple tweak increases the capacity of this very popular benchtop mill.
A TAPPING DILEMMA John Ashton applies the principal of a tailstock die holder to his taps.
FOAMING TOOLS! Fed up with split plastic trays, Des Bromilow found a neat solution.
STIFFENING UP LOOSE THREADS Do you suffer from adjustment creep? John Antliff has the cure.
CNC IN THE (MODEL ENGINEERS’) WORKSHOP Marcus Bowman returns with a look a machining complex curves.
THE MYFORD VMB MILLING MACHINE Mark Noel was pleased with his benchtop mill, but still found room for a few tune ups.
THE DURSTON GUILLOTINE The ups and downs of a heavy-duty metal cutting guillotine.
A SWING TOOL FILING GUIDE Bill Morris makes the case for building this old-style aid to accurate handwork.
ONE MAN AND HIS LATHE A transatlantic tale - Richard Rex and his Grizzly G0602 Metal Lathe
A TABLE LENGTH MILLING VICE David Piddington completes a large capacity milling vice from castings.
ADDING NEW TO OLD Alan Hearsum re-makes a Myford taper attachment.
EVAPO-RUST Neil Wyatt experiments with a rust treatment that’s a bit different from the usual.
AN ANGLE VICE ADAPTOR PLATE Ted Fletcher adds a degree of freedom to a standard angle vice.
Plus our regulars including:
ON THE WIRE
A new approach to temperature controlled soldering.
READERS’ TIPS
A mandrel handle and a tiny tray.
SCRIBE A LINE
Your letters, including a trio of interesting machines.

MEW – the Machinery Magazine that gives you More!"
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine magazine print subscription.
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