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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine June 2014 Back Issue

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The June issue of Model Engineer’s Workshop is full of practical workshop activity.

Yet another packed issue of MEW will soon be flying off the shelves. Alan Wain has an ingenious approach to making a fixed steady for his hobbymat lathe This month also features:

• Dave Fenner tackles the perennial workshop peril RUST!
• Andrew Johnston makes practical use of CNC to make bevel gears for a pair of traction engines
• John Pace concludes his article of sharpening radiused endmills
• Terry Gorin gives his Unimat lathe screwcutting capability
• David Clark give advice on sharpening and using lathe tools
• Peter Vane makes major progress with his mill raising block
• Marcus Bowman introduces subroutines in his beginners CNC series. Derek Spedding makes a heirloom toolmaker’s hammer from a free plan in issue 13. Michael Cox makes some improvements to a sheet metal nibbler. Harold Hall returns with a nugget of workshop wisdom. And there’s much more besides…

But don’t forget our new ‘Reader’s Tips’ competition and win £30 of Chester Machine Tools’ gift vouchers!
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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine

June 2014 The June issue of Model Engineer’s Workshop is full of practical workshop activity. Yet another packed issue of MEW will soon be flying off the shelves. Alan Wain has an ingenious approach to making a fixed steady for his hobbymat lathe This month also features: • Dave Fenner tackles the perennial workshop peril RUST! • Andrew Johnston makes practical use of CNC to make bevel gears for a pair of traction engines • John Pace concludes his article of sharpening radiused endmills • Terry Gorin gives his Unimat lathe screwcutting capability • David Clark give advice on sharpening and using lathe tools • Peter Vane makes major progress with his mill raising block • Marcus Bowman introduces subroutines in his beginners CNC series. Derek Spedding makes a heirloom toolmaker’s hammer from a free plan in issue 13. Michael Cox makes some improvements to a sheet metal nibbler. Harold Hall returns with a nugget of workshop wisdom. And there’s much more besides… But don’t forget our new ‘Reader’s Tips’ competition and win £30 of Chester Machine Tools’ gift vouchers!


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The June issue of Model Engineer’s Workshop is full of practical workshop activity.

Yet another packed issue of MEW will soon be flying off the shelves. Alan Wain has an ingenious approach to making a fixed steady for his hobbymat lathe This month also features:

• Dave Fenner tackles the perennial workshop peril RUST!
• Andrew Johnston makes practical use of CNC to make bevel gears for a pair of traction engines
• John Pace concludes his article of sharpening radiused endmills
• Terry Gorin gives his Unimat lathe screwcutting capability
• David Clark give advice on sharpening and using lathe tools
• Peter Vane makes major progress with his mill raising block
• Marcus Bowman introduces subroutines in his beginners CNC series. Derek Spedding makes a heirloom toolmaker’s hammer from a free plan in issue 13. Michael Cox makes some improvements to a sheet metal nibbler. Harold Hall returns with a nugget of workshop wisdom. And there’s much more besides…

But don’t forget our new ‘Reader’s Tips’ competition and win £30 of Chester Machine Tools’ gift vouchers!
read more read less
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