|OH CHUFF!||11/02/2014 18:06:20|
15 forum posts
Just got home to find my MEW magazine behind the door. I was looking forward to reading the Turbocad 20 review. It took a few seconds to read it then a few more to find which pages had stuck together, only to find they hadn't. Was it a review or an advert. I'm not trying to be negative here, I was genuinely looking forward to it after the preview e-mail I received over the weekend. I'm confused.
|131 forum posts|
I think it was an advert?
On the subject of 213
Editors bench was an advert for machine mart and more for Axminster tools.
5 months + to build the instrument vice.
Lets hope a new editor sorts this mess out
22555 forum posts
I thought the half page review would be welcomed by those who don't want long running articles
On a serious note I did not see the e-mail so don't know what was promised but it does look like an advert to me, same as the Editors bench.
Edited By JasonB on 11/02/2014 18:24:59
|Michael Gilligan||11/02/2014 18:31:05|
20052 forum posts
Trivial by comparison, but I see that we have a second "Part 2" in the Unimat Backgear story.
It's an interesting piece of work, so let's please have future instalments properly referenced.
|jason udall||11/02/2014 18:48:12|
|2031 forum posts|
|Thanks gor clearing that up...I thought the turbocad thing was an advertorial. . Now I know|
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