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Model Engineer issue 4667
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Model Engineer issue 4667
Model Engineer is the leading magazine in the world for model engineers. First published in 1898 by Percival Marshall, Model Engineer offers articles, plans on various engineering subjects.
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Model Engineer

An excellent magazine for the engineering enthusiast. Reviewed November 9, 2020

Model Engineer

brilliant Reviewed September 13, 2020
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Model Engineer

one of the best out there Reviewed June 22, 2020
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Model Engineer

Have now got used to my subscription being covered to digital and all is well here in Sydney
thank you. Reviewed June 4, 2020
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Model Engineer

It is a good magazine. I am old so not to interested in the modern cad/cam. Did the Cad for a living as a manager. I am interested in the old ways of doing model engineering. My dad was into making small 3.5" gauge locos. So I am versed in his ways. As he said you make the side plates with a hack saw, file, surface table & bench drill. No need to mill out anything. What milling you do can be done on the Lathe with a large vertical slide. Bit different to what I see. You need more to teach filing skills much more. Keeps this a cheaper hoby. Reviewed May 30, 2020
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Model Engineer

I have read me for most of my adult life and am now 78 I do not read every articule and exepte that me must apeall to meany never less I still enjoy the read Reviewed February 20, 2020
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Model Engineer

A fine long running journal and long may it remain! Reviewed February 16, 2020