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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine  |  July 2016  


Welcome to Model Engineers' Workshop July 2016 (Issue 243).Issue 243 of Model Engineers’ Workshop is a another great read for every hobby engineer!

MACHINING CASTINGS FROM SOLID Michael green shows you how to ‘fake’ castings form models or just to improve the look of home-made tools.

EXTENDING A BENCH DRILL Peter Shaw says there’s no substitute for inches with an approach that should apply to most bench drill presses.

POWER FEED FOR A MARLOW DMILLING MACHINE A useful adaptation for Bridgeport-style mills described by David Shrimpton.

UPDATING A TABLE TOP VICE A sow’s ear become a silk purse in the careful hands of Howard Lewis.

THE SEIG X2P HI-TORQUE MILL Howard Winwood describes the uprated version of this popular machine.

DONCASTER 2016 The National Model Engineering Exhibition has moved; editor Neil Wyatt went looking for tooling at the new venue.

READERS WORKSHOPS Stub Mandrel shares some of this favourite shots sent in by readers eagerly competing for a new parting tool!

MACHINING WOOD Sit down and relax, this won’t hurt… Roderick Jenkins gives a gentle introduction to using an engineering approach for machining the ‘brown stuff’.

A COUPLE OF PRACTICAL HINTS Former Model Engineer Editor, Ted Jolliffe, offers some useful ideas.

ONE MAN AND HIS LATHE Nick Baines describes his Sherline Lathe and Mill.

MILLING LEADSCREWS IN THE LATHE John Pace concludes his short series by taking us through the use of his milling attachment.

DISC SPRINGS There’s much more to ‘belleville washers’ than most of us think, Chris Pattison lifts the lid on these unassuming but useful little springs.

PHOTO ETCHING IN THE WORKSHOP The second and final part.

On The Cover
John Stevenson had a drill and mill sharpening marathon at Doncaster and raised a heathy wedge for charity. Here he’s using the EMG-12’s big brother, the new EMG20 to fix up an end mill. More news from the show on page 29.

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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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Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine   |   July 2016   


Welcome to Model Engineers' Workshop July 2016 (Issue 243).Issue 243 of Model Engineers’ Workshop is a another great read for every hobby engineer!

MACHINING CASTINGS FROM SOLID Michael green shows you how to ‘fake’ castings form models or just to improve the look of home-made tools.

EXTENDING A BENCH DRILL Peter Shaw says there’s no substitute for inches with an approach that should apply to most bench drill presses.

POWER FEED FOR A MARLOW DMILLING MACHINE A useful adaptation for Bridgeport-style mills described by David Shrimpton.

UPDATING A TABLE TOP VICE A sow’s ear become a silk purse in the careful hands of Howard Lewis.

THE SEIG X2P HI-TORQUE MILL Howard Winwood describes the uprated version of this popular machine.

DONCASTER 2016 The National Model Engineering Exhibition has moved; editor Neil Wyatt went looking for tooling at the new venue.

READERS WORKSHOPS Stub Mandrel shares some of this favourite shots sent in by readers eagerly competing for a new parting tool!

MACHINING WOOD Sit down and relax, this won’t hurt… Roderick Jenkins gives a gentle introduction to using an engineering approach for machining the ‘brown stuff’.

A COUPLE OF PRACTICAL HINTS Former Model Engineer Editor, Ted Jolliffe, offers some useful ideas.

ONE MAN AND HIS LATHE Nick Baines describes his Sherline Lathe and Mill.

MILLING LEADSCREWS IN THE LATHE John Pace concludes his short series by taking us through the use of his milling attachment.

DISC SPRINGS There’s much more to ‘belleville washers’ than most of us think, Chris Pattison lifts the lid on these unassuming but useful little springs.

PHOTO ETCHING IN THE WORKSHOP The second and final part.

On The Cover
John Stevenson had a drill and mill sharpening marathon at Doncaster and raised a heathy wedge for charity. Here he’s using the EMG-12’s big brother, the new EMG20 to fix up an end mill. More news from the show on page 29.

Plus all our regulars!
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Model Engineers' Workshop Magazine magazine print subscription.
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