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Model Engineer Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 26 issues per year 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  |  4521  


This issue guides us through the making of no fewer than five different model engines: an Allan Brothers semi-diesel engine to 1:10 scale, a scaled up I/C engine suitable for powering a boat, a little desk top curio that would make the perfect Christmas present and two steam locomotives - one narrow gauge and one standard gauge – Barclay Well Tanks of the great War and the popular little saddle tank. 'Emma Victoria' where Henry Wood concentrates on the detailing.

In addition we bring you two Workshop Topics features: Marcus Bowman finds his method of holding small taps and dies indispensable and Chris Walter succeeds in saving precious time with a worthwhile attachment in the form of a milling vice stop. You know you will make use of it!
Journeyman brings us another selection of the unusual and the curious taken from the pages of ‘The Engineer’ from decades past.

Full size steamship preservation is covered in a story about the rebuilding of the keel of ‘Medway Queen’ and her subsequent move to her home estuary and this year’s LittleLEC results are featured in a report from Fareham.
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   |   4521   


This issue guides us through the making of no fewer than five different model engines: an Allan Brothers semi-diesel engine to 1:10 scale, a scaled up I/C engine suitable for powering a boat, a little desk top curio that would make the perfect Christmas present and two steam locomotives - one narrow gauge and one standard gauge – Barclay Well Tanks of the great War and the popular little saddle tank. 'Emma Victoria' where Henry Wood concentrates on the detailing.

In addition we bring you two Workshop Topics features: Marcus Bowman finds his method of holding small taps and dies indispensable and Chris Walter succeeds in saving precious time with a worthwhile attachment in the form of a milling vice stop. You know you will make use of it!
Journeyman brings us another selection of the unusual and the curious taken from the pages of ‘The Engineer’ from decades past.

Full size steamship preservation is covered in a story about the rebuilding of the keel of ‘Medway Queen’ and her subsequent move to her home estuary and this year’s LittleLEC results are featured in a report from Fareham.
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
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 26 issues during a 1 year Model Engineer magazine print subscription.
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