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Our cover story shows a renovated 1912 Rover motorcycle typical of projects carried out in a home workshop. The feature inside describes how Des Bromilow made a new exhaust system using modern casting practices.

Also inside:
• Harold Hall does some simple dividing.
• Stephen Bondfield uses an outrunner motor to power a miniature drill.
• Alan Jackson describes the construction of his award-winning Stepperhead Lathe.
• Alan Hearsum fits taper roller bearings to a Myford ML7 lathe.
• Tony Russell makes a construction aid to precision turning of clock arbors.
• David Piddington machines a Hemingway kit including materials and a casting as he describes making an instrument-makers’ vice.
Need some pointers on making a versatile portable vice stand? Howard Jennings shares how he gets the best out of his for fixing and repairing.

There is also something for engineers at different levels with CNC: Marcus Bowman continues his series of articles aimed at beginners, while John Pace increases his own CNC machine capacity, converting a Warco GH1000 lathe.

Sverre Evensen solves a problem found in many workshops as he makes a Morse taper removal tool.

And we review the latest Dremel 4200 Multi-tool with keyless accessory change.

As usual, there’s the inside track on the latest books for your library.

Enjoy your read!
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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine

November 2013 Our cover story shows a renovated 1912 Rover motorcycle typical of projects carried out in a home workshop. The feature inside describes how Des Bromilow made a new exhaust system using modern casting practices. Also inside: • Harold Hall does some simple dividing. • Stephen Bondfield uses an outrunner motor to power a miniature drill. • Alan Jackson describes the construction of his award-winning Stepperhead Lathe. • Alan Hearsum fits taper roller bearings to a Myford ML7 lathe. • Tony Russell makes a construction aid to precision turning of clock arbors. • David Piddington machines a Hemingway kit including materials and a casting as he describes making an instrument-makers’ vice. Need some pointers on making a versatile portable vice stand? Howard Jennings shares how he gets the best out of his for fixing and repairing. There is also something for engineers at different levels with CNC: Marcus Bowman continues his series of articles aimed at beginners, while John Pace increases his own CNC machine capacity, converting a Warco GH1000 lathe. Sverre Evensen solves a problem found in many workshops as he makes a Morse taper removal tool. And we review the latest Dremel 4200 Multi-tool with keyless accessory change. As usual, there’s the inside track on the latest books for your library. Enjoy your read!


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Our cover story shows a renovated 1912 Rover motorcycle typical of projects carried out in a home workshop. The feature inside describes how Des Bromilow made a new exhaust system using modern casting practices.

Also inside:
• Harold Hall does some simple dividing.
• Stephen Bondfield uses an outrunner motor to power a miniature drill.
• Alan Jackson describes the construction of his award-winning Stepperhead Lathe.
• Alan Hearsum fits taper roller bearings to a Myford ML7 lathe.
• Tony Russell makes a construction aid to precision turning of clock arbors.
• David Piddington machines a Hemingway kit including materials and a casting as he describes making an instrument-makers’ vice.
Need some pointers on making a versatile portable vice stand? Howard Jennings shares how he gets the best out of his for fixing and repairing.

There is also something for engineers at different levels with CNC: Marcus Bowman continues his series of articles aimed at beginners, while John Pace increases his own CNC machine capacity, converting a Warco GH1000 lathe.

Sverre Evensen solves a problem found in many workshops as he makes a Morse taper removal tool.

And we review the latest Dremel 4200 Multi-tool with keyless accessory change.

As usual, there’s the inside track on the latest books for your library.

Enjoy your read!
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