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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine

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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine  |  Nov-18  



This month’s cover shows a four-stoke V8 aero engine modelled using Alibre Atom3D. Robert Footitt shows you how to access your free six-month licence for Alibre Atom 3D and gives an excellent tutorial for producing your first part on page 46.
Norman Tool Holders for a Drummond M-Type Lathe Geoff Walker describes the making of toolholders that are better suited to holding modern toolbits.
One Man and His Mill Brian Wood describes several of the modifications he has made to his Dore Westbury Mk II machine.
Four Gadgets Last month the gremlins cut Nigel Taylor’s article off short, by popular demand here’s his final gadget!
Lathework for Beginners This month: Neil Wyatt looks concludes his look at different approaches to screwcutting in the lathe.
Differential Dividing John Olsen continues his explanation of differential dividing including an attachment that turns a BS0 indexer into a universal dividing head.
A Myford Chuck Removal Tool The last eighty years have been marked by a trail of broken Myford bull gears. Craig Webb has come up with a simple device that makes removing stuck chucks a less stressful experience.
Fitting Power Feed to a Small Mill Stephen Roberts uses his ingenuity to make life with a mill easier.
Tools at Bristol Some of the interesting tooling on display at the 2018 Bristol Society of Model Engineers exhibition.
A Direct Indexing Head from a Scrap Towing Hitch Terry Cleife shares his practical solution to getting the dividing job done.
Mike’s Workshop – Lever Feed tailstock Mike Cox completes this essential modification for Mini Lathes.
Split Bushes and Mandrels Stub Mandrel offers some advice to help you achieve concentric turning.

Plus the Index for Issues 261 to 272 and all your regular favourites!
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 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   |   Nov-18   



This month’s cover shows a four-stoke V8 aero engine modelled using Alibre Atom3D. Robert Footitt shows you how to access your free six-month licence for Alibre Atom 3D and gives an excellent tutorial for producing your first part on page 46.
Norman Tool Holders for a Drummond M-Type Lathe Geoff Walker describes the making of toolholders that are better suited to holding modern toolbits.
One Man and His Mill Brian Wood describes several of the modifications he has made to his Dore Westbury Mk II machine.
Four Gadgets Last month the gremlins cut Nigel Taylor’s article off short, by popular demand here’s his final gadget!
Lathework for Beginners This month: Neil Wyatt looks concludes his look at different approaches to screwcutting in the lathe.
Differential Dividing John Olsen continues his explanation of differential dividing including an attachment that turns a BS0 indexer into a universal dividing head.
A Myford Chuck Removal Tool The last eighty years have been marked by a trail of broken Myford bull gears. Craig Webb has come up with a simple device that makes removing stuck chucks a less stressful experience.
Fitting Power Feed to a Small Mill Stephen Roberts uses his ingenuity to make life with a mill easier.
Tools at Bristol Some of the interesting tooling on display at the 2018 Bristol Society of Model Engineers exhibition.
A Direct Indexing Head from a Scrap Towing Hitch Terry Cleife shares his practical solution to getting the dividing job done.
Mike’s Workshop – Lever Feed tailstock Mike Cox completes this essential modification for Mini Lathes.
Split Bushes and Mandrels Stub Mandrel offers some advice to help you achieve concentric turning.

Plus the Index for Issues 261 to 272 and all your regular favourites!
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
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine magazine print subscription.
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