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Anthony Mount’s articles are always well received and this one will be no different. Describing an unusual true vertical steam engine, Anthony provides a full metric parts list and a a full set of drawings, opening this time with a series of General Arrangement drawings. Everything you need to follow this construction.
The small steam launch engine continues as Robert Walker looks at the construction of the valve and George Punter provides all the drawings needed to make the component parts of the carburettor of his 1913 agricultural tractor by Saunderson & Mills.
Engineers always enjoy a Day Out and Roger Backhouse suggests another, slightly off the beaten track. This time he visits the Scottish Lighthouse Museum and other places preserving lighthouse history.
There’s a fascinating article by Don Broadley who casts a scientific eye over the subject of locomotive efficiency. Don brings together the studies of both Jim Ewings and Bill Hall, both eminent model locomotive engineers, and analyses their test results to reach an answer to the question; ‘What Happens to the Other 98 Percent?’ Compulsive reading for all IMLEC competitors and followers indeed!
The popular marine type engine draws to a close this issue as Chris Walter completes the final detail and paints the engine and Jacques Maurel makes his Taper Turning Attachment; an in-depth Workshop project. All this and more… !
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This month’s Model Engineers workshop, issue 254, features Ben Tubbing's home made spark erosion machine.
SILVER SOLDERING A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE David Banham introduces a wide-ranging review of this important technique
A TOOL HEIGHT GAUGE Make this simple but essential workshop aid from Mike Turner.
ONE MAN AND HIS LATHE This month we visit Andrew Johnston to see his Harrison M300.
AN EMERGENCY REPAIR Oh dear - a ‘lathe crash’! Howard Lewis bends it and mends it!
USEFUL TECHNIQUES FOR THE HOBBY WORKSHOP More excellent tips and techniques from Darren Conway.
WORKSHOP DIET Is your workshop bursting at the seams? Glen Bunt decided to put his on a diet!
LONG TRAVEL THREADING GUIDE FOR THE LATHE Completing this useful accessory from Martin Berry’s workshop.
A RESCUE JOB FOR A COVMAC LATHE Returning to our emergency theme, Brian Wood saves the day for a fellow forum member.
TIME FOR A LATHE BED REGRIND? Laurie Leonard lifts the lid on refreshing a worn out machine.
EXTENDING THE CAPABILITIES OF THE JACOBS GEAR HOBBER Many builders of a Jacobs-type gear hobber would like to cut more complex gears. Chris Robinson explores the options.
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This month’s cover features Andrew Johnston machining a hefty helical gear for his traction engine build. See this month’s One Man and His Lathe to find out more about Andrew’s workshop equipment.
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