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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine Jan-18 Back Issue

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On the Cover
A festive workshop scene is from ME forum member SillyOldDuffer. He says he wants a new parting tool for Christmas… In this issue we feature his MODERN APPROACH TO CONDENSATION MANAGEMENT.
BULK PRODUCTION OF TOOLHOLDERS Richard T. Smith describe his approach to machining a batch of matching parts.
RESTORING A VINTAGE DIAL TEST INDICATOR The man who never knowingly threw anything in the bin, Mark Noel, resuscitates a nice old DTI.
MIKE’S WORKSHOP – LOW PROFILE CLAMPS These robust but compact milling clamps from Mike Cox are simple to make and use.
MILLING FOR BEGINNERS Jason Ballamy explores spindle tapers and taper tooling.
QUADRILLA Michael Belfer puts an end to his drill storage troubles, and no, it’s nothing to do with Godzilla!
MOUNTING ITEMS ON A FACEPLATE Mounting and balancing work on a faceplate made easy by Andy Johnston.
SIMPLE CUTTERS FOR CLOCK PINIONS AND WHEELS Ted Knight explains how to make clock gears using your own cutters.
A SUDS PUMP This straightforward pump was made for a Raglan Lathe by John Firth, but could be made to suit almost any machine.
ONE MAN AND HIS MANY LATHES Stan Nesbitt takes a walk down memory lane.
IMPROVING A SMALL HORIZONTAL BANDSAW An ingenious approach to holding smaller stock from Norman Billingham.
A SCREWCUTTING CLUTCH FOR THE MYFORD ML7 Graham Meek concludes his description of this useful accessory.
SHAPING UP Bill Morris explores the clapper box and ratchet drive, among other shaper mysteries.
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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine

Jan-18 On the Cover A festive workshop scene is from ME forum member SillyOldDuffer. He says he wants a new parting tool for Christmas… In this issue we feature his MODERN APPROACH TO CONDENSATION MANAGEMENT. BULK PRODUCTION OF TOOLHOLDERS Richard T. Smith describe his approach to machining a batch of matching parts. RESTORING A VINTAGE DIAL TEST INDICATOR The man who never knowingly threw anything in the bin, Mark Noel, resuscitates a nice old DTI. MIKE’S WORKSHOP – LOW PROFILE CLAMPS These robust but compact milling clamps from Mike Cox are simple to make and use. MILLING FOR BEGINNERS Jason Ballamy explores spindle tapers and taper tooling. QUADRILLA Michael Belfer puts an end to his drill storage troubles, and no, it’s nothing to do with Godzilla! MOUNTING ITEMS ON A FACEPLATE Mounting and balancing work on a faceplate made easy by Andy Johnston. SIMPLE CUTTERS FOR CLOCK PINIONS AND WHEELS Ted Knight explains how to make clock gears using your own cutters. A SUDS PUMP This straightforward pump was made for a Raglan Lathe by John Firth, but could be made to suit almost any machine. ONE MAN AND HIS MANY LATHES Stan Nesbitt takes a walk down memory lane. IMPROVING A SMALL HORIZONTAL BANDSAW An ingenious approach to holding smaller stock from Norman Billingham. A SCREWCUTTING CLUTCH FOR THE MYFORD ML7 Graham Meek concludes his description of this useful accessory. SHAPING UP Bill Morris explores the clapper box and ratchet drive, among other shaper mysteries.


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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine  |  Jan-18  


On the Cover
A festive workshop scene is from ME forum member SillyOldDuffer. He says he wants a new parting tool for Christmas… In this issue we feature his MODERN APPROACH TO CONDENSATION MANAGEMENT.
BULK PRODUCTION OF TOOLHOLDERS Richard T. Smith describe his approach to machining a batch of matching parts.
RESTORING A VINTAGE DIAL TEST INDICATOR The man who never knowingly threw anything in the bin, Mark Noel, resuscitates a nice old DTI.
MIKE’S WORKSHOP – LOW PROFILE CLAMPS These robust but compact milling clamps from Mike Cox are simple to make and use.
MILLING FOR BEGINNERS Jason Ballamy explores spindle tapers and taper tooling.
QUADRILLA Michael Belfer puts an end to his drill storage troubles, and no, it’s nothing to do with Godzilla!
MOUNTING ITEMS ON A FACEPLATE Mounting and balancing work on a faceplate made easy by Andy Johnston.
SIMPLE CUTTERS FOR CLOCK PINIONS AND WHEELS Ted Knight explains how to make clock gears using your own cutters.
A SUDS PUMP This straightforward pump was made for a Raglan Lathe by John Firth, but could be made to suit almost any machine.
ONE MAN AND HIS MANY LATHES Stan Nesbitt takes a walk down memory lane.
IMPROVING A SMALL HORIZONTAL BANDSAW An ingenious approach to holding smaller stock from Norman Billingham.
A SCREWCUTTING CLUTCH FOR THE MYFORD ML7 Graham Meek concludes his description of this useful accessory.
SHAPING UP Bill Morris explores the clapper box and ratchet drive, among other shaper mysteries.
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