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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.Contents
On The Editor's Bench
Dave Clark's commentary
Making A Plastic Sheet Bender
Harold Hall makes a machine guard.
Practical Engineer part 7
Low-Cost High Performance Digital Rev-Counter
Mike Crossfield improves his machines.
Making A CNC Cutter Grinder part 5
John Pace concludes this series with a look at programming,
To Die Now! (Better than 'Yesterdie'?)
David Piddington offers a solution to setting small dies.
Knurling Tools - Cutting And Crushing
Dave Fenner experiments with knurling tools.
Give A Little Lift To Your Mill
Keith Willson makes a simple crane attachement.
CNC Milling With MACH3 part 5
We look at simple profiling with curves.
A Lathe Saw Table Attachment part 2
Jim Whetren finishes the rest of the machining.
Cleader's Clamps For Sheet Metal
Harry Kennedy makes some useful clamps
A Belt Drive For The Sieg Super X1 Milling Machine
David White modifies his pulley arrangement.
Making Small Tools
Dave Fenner offers some simple apprentice pieces.
Scribe a Line