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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine April 2014 Back Issue

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This month brings another packed issue, brim full of interesting articles for the hobby engineer.

This 68 page issue is packed with interesting articles for the home workshop enthusiast. There is something for everyone in this information packed issue. Those looking to improve their accuracy on a budget will appreciate Arthur Davies’ article explaining how you can make your own laser centre finder. This month also features:

• Paul Murray looks at making your own division plates
• David Reece adds a useful Z-axis feed to his milling machine
• David Clark has more advice for beginners on setting up a workshop
• Henk Salij has a straightforward approach to cutting his own gears
• Neil Glasson produces patterns for castings using robust Reprap 3D printer
• David Piddington completes his short series on making an instrument vice

Terry Gorin continues his popular series on Improving a Unimat SL while Richard Rex completes his tool and cutter grinder. For the CNC novice Marcus Bowman introduces the technique of Interpolation.

Finally, there’s the chance for to get £40 off the price of a Unimat Classic with another of our great Reader Offers!
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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine

April 2014 This month brings another packed issue, brim full of interesting articles for the hobby engineer. This 68 page issue is packed with interesting articles for the home workshop enthusiast. There is something for everyone in this information packed issue. Those looking to improve their accuracy on a budget will appreciate Arthur Davies’ article explaining how you can make your own laser centre finder. This month also features: • Paul Murray looks at making your own division plates • David Reece adds a useful Z-axis feed to his milling machine • David Clark has more advice for beginners on setting up a workshop • Henk Salij has a straightforward approach to cutting his own gears • Neil Glasson produces patterns for castings using robust Reprap 3D printer • David Piddington completes his short series on making an instrument vice Terry Gorin continues his popular series on Improving a Unimat SL while Richard Rex completes his tool and cutter grinder. For the CNC novice Marcus Bowman introduces the technique of Interpolation. Finally, there’s the chance for to get £40 off the price of a Unimat Classic with another of our great Reader Offers!


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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine  |  April 2014  


This month brings another packed issue, brim full of interesting articles for the hobby engineer.

This 68 page issue is packed with interesting articles for the home workshop enthusiast. There is something for everyone in this information packed issue. Those looking to improve their accuracy on a budget will appreciate Arthur Davies’ article explaining how you can make your own laser centre finder. This month also features:

• Paul Murray looks at making your own division plates
• David Reece adds a useful Z-axis feed to his milling machine
• David Clark has more advice for beginners on setting up a workshop
• Henk Salij has a straightforward approach to cutting his own gears
• Neil Glasson produces patterns for castings using robust Reprap 3D printer
• David Piddington completes his short series on making an instrument vice

Terry Gorin continues his popular series on Improving a Unimat SL while Richard Rex completes his tool and cutter grinder. For the CNC novice Marcus Bowman introduces the technique of Interpolation.

Finally, there’s the chance for to get £40 off the price of a Unimat Classic with another of our great Reader Offers!
read more read less
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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