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Model Engineer issue 4662
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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

An excellent magazine for the engineering enthusiast. Reviewed Monday, November 9, 2020

Model Engineer

brilliant Reviewed Sunday, September 13, 2020
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Model Engineer

one of the best out there Reviewed Monday, June 22, 2020
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Model Engineer

Have now got used to my subscription being covered to digital and all is well here in Sydney
thank you. Reviewed Thursday, June 4, 2020
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Model Engineer

It is a good magazine. I am old so not to interested in the modern cad/cam. Did the Cad for a living as a manager. I am interested in the old ways of doing model engineering. My dad was into making small 3.5" gauge locos. So I am versed in his ways. As he said you make the side plates with a hack saw, file, surface table & bench drill. No need to mill out anything. What milling you do can be done on the Lathe with a large vertical slide. Bit different to what I see. You need more to teach filing skills much more. Keeps this a cheaper hoby. Reviewed Saturday, May 30, 2020
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Model Engineer

I have read me for most of my adult life and am now 78 I do not read every articule and exepte that me must apeall to meany never less I still enjoy the read Reviewed Thursday, February 20, 2020
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Model Engineer

A fine long running journal and long may it remain! Reviewed Sunday, February 16, 2020