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The rear tool holder, for multiple operations or rear parting off is not credited on the plan. I believe it was designed by Stan Bray who was the original editor of the magazine. It appeared in the autumn 1990 issue of MEW.
Over the first few years following its launch in 1990, MEW regularly included a free pull-out plan. These plans covered a diverse range of tools, from a filing rest to a simple lathe.
This simple but effective low-profile rotary table, designed by T. Daish, appeared in the summer 1990 issue of MEW.
Today I enjoyed a busy day the the Harrogate exhibition. I'd like to thank Lou and Gavin Rex for their warm welcome. It was great to meet so many readers of MEW and the forums, as well as many of the traders. Sadly, I didn't have the time to get round everything or everyone. Here are some highlights (more to appear in MEW!)
A corrected version of the cutting speed table on P.35 of Issue 216 of MEW.
Steve Addy provides a short driving course for novice enginemen
In 1952 the Duke of Edinburgh visited the Model Engineer Exhibition.
Brian Wood's article on the above topic in MEW 212-213 was exceptionally well received. It appears to have caused a national shortage of the 34T changewheels on which many of his gear combinations depend!
Keith Wraight weighs things up at Colchester.
Rhys Owen is a volunteer on this French preserved railway.
Duncan Webster and Paul Middlehurst co-operatively create a useful device.
A preview by Steve Eaton.
Ferris Wheel Clock in PDF format
Herewith a listing of all issues containing Tony Weale's "Northumbrian - A second look at Rainhill" articles. Relevant back issues can be ordered from MyHobbyStore Ltd. T. +44 (0)844 848 8822.
Herewith a listing of all issues containing Tony Weale's "Northumbrian - A second look at Rainhill" articles. If you are a subscriber a click on any issue will take you to the relevant digital edition. Subscribers Only
MEX 2010 Entry Form & Rules
Alice is one of the preserved quarry Hunslets that can still be found on the British Mainland.
An account of an enjoyable afternoon spent in Nottingham.
A Sunday afternoon at The Bath And West Railway.
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