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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine December 2013 Back Issue

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This issue is a bumper 100 page issue and includes the 2013 Model Engineer Exhibition 16 page show guide. There are two free plans, one to make a set of Martin Evans bending rolls and the other to make Edgar T. Westbury’s self-feeding boring head.
Also inside:
• Harold Hall looks at toolmakers’ clamps.
• 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.
• Fred Maddalena tackles blackening steel in the home workshop
• 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.
Mark Noel uses lateral thinking and makes a lip salve lubricator for use while turning.
And we review the latest Neo for Iwata trigger airbrush and miniature compressor.
As usual, there’s all the usual features. Enjoy your read!
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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine

December 2013 This issue is a bumper 100 page issue and includes the 2013 Model Engineer Exhibition 16 page show guide. There are two free plans, one to make a set of Martin Evans bending rolls and the other to make Edgar T. Westbury’s self-feeding boring head. Also inside: • Harold Hall looks at toolmakers’ clamps. • 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. • Fred Maddalena tackles blackening steel in the home workshop • 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. Mark Noel uses lateral thinking and makes a lip salve lubricator for use while turning. And we review the latest Neo for Iwata trigger airbrush and miniature compressor. As usual, there’s all the usual features. Enjoy your read!


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This issue is a bumper 100 page issue and includes the 2013 Model Engineer Exhibition 16 page show guide. There are two free plans, one to make a set of Martin Evans bending rolls and the other to make Edgar T. Westbury’s self-feeding boring head.
Also inside:
• Harold Hall looks at toolmakers’ clamps.
• 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.
• Fred Maddalena tackles blackening steel in the home workshop
• 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.
Mark Noel uses lateral thinking and makes a lip salve lubricator for use while turning.
And we review the latest Neo for Iwata trigger airbrush and miniature compressor.
As usual, there’s all the usual features. Enjoy your read!
read more read less
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