Steve Addy provides a short driving course for novice enginemen [Read Full Story]
These technical notes by Alan Jackson to complement his series on the Stepperhead Lathe [Read Full Story]
The 2014 Model Engineer Exhibition in Sandown, Surrey is shaping up to be a great success with an exceptional array of outstanding models on display. [Read Full Story]
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This issue features the first report from the recent IMLEC held at Nottingham. We publish the table of results and cover the first half of the competition.
If efficiency is not your cup of tea, how about some fine scale model making with Frank Cuickshank’s 1:10 scale open crank Diesel engine? This issue looks at construction of the cylinder.
If you are a member of a club that has ever needed to relay the track you may be interested in an article on the making and using of a cross level gauge - as described by one who used such a thing on the full size railway.
Terence Holland provides more detail in the construction of the First World War Barclay Tank locos and Alan Crossfield writes about painting his immaculate Royal Scot. Ted Jolliffe has had a rethink on the subject of Penn nuts and mick Knights takes us further along the road of his up-sized Mastiff.
All this and plenty more in this issue!
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Issue 232 of Model Engineers’ Workshop is packed with more great content than you can shake a drawbar at!
AN UNEXPECTED INTERLUDE
John Pace finds himself machining some tricky gearwheels
THE M2Z WIDGET
Danny M2Z in Australia describes a simple gadget that will make life easier for many mini-lathe owners.
DEAD BLOW HAMMERS
Ted Joliffe describes how he casts his own soft lead hammers
POLLY PUT THE KETTLE ON
Editor, Neil Wyatt, pays a visit to Polly Model Engineering in Nottingham.
ONE MAN AND HIS LATHE
New Zealander, Darren Conway, tells the story of a Denford Viceroy lathe.
IMPROVING ER COLLET RUNOUT TO NEAR ZERO
Richard Gordon discovers a simple technique to get the best from ER collets.
WHO YA GONNA CALL? SWARF BUSTER!
Ed Corley is on a mission to fight swarf and the causes of swarf.
MAKING A CANTILEVER TOOL FOR SQUARE TAPPING
Mogens Kilde, in Germany, completes his innovative device.
THE 3D PRINTSHOW 2015
John Cookson reports from a show dedicated to this maturing technology.
THE MILLER’S TALE
Ian Strickland’s restoration of a vintage Trident mill.
Stan Nesbit describes his home-made machine, 28 years old and going strong.
TEST FLYING THE EMG-12
Jason Ballamy puts this new machine through its paces.
A TABLE LENGTH MILLING VICE
David Piddington describes his large capacity vice from castings with beginners in mind.
AN IMPROVED DEPTH INDEX FOR A DRILLING MACHINE
Peter Shaw’s simple modification offers a boon for the owners of basic bench drill presses.
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There will not be a Model Engineer Exhibition following the established format at Sandown Park in 2015. There may be an exhibition in 2015 - of which news will be made public at an appropriate time - and we are in the planning stages of an all new MEX 2016 but, at the moment, there is no further announcement to make.
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