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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.

Robbo28/05/2014 09:44:37
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In MEW No 216, Derek Spedding made a Toolmakers Hammer from the plan included in MEW No 8.

He ended his article " Maybe it is time to re-issue the drawings for this .........tool....."

As it should be coming up on this thread, has Derek got a crystal ball?

Can I borrow it?

Phil

JasonB28/05/2014 12:29:19
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Or is that where Neil got the idea fromenlightened

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Neil Wyatt28/05/2014 13:11:33
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'Correlation does not imply causality'... or does it?

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Michael Gilligan28/05/2014 13:16:29
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Posted by Neil Wyatt on 28/05/2014 13:11:33:

'Correlation does not imply causality'... or does it?

Neil

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Neil,

I think you might enjoy this

MichaelG.

Raymond Hodges07/06/2014 16:37:31
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I have just downloaded both sets of drawings for the Rotary Table and Toolpost.

The reason is i bought my Sieg S3 lathe last year and an Optimum BF 16 Mill this year, so i am always looking for gadgets to improve the scope and accuracy of these machines.

Its a pity we have to wait 24 years to get the next free plan lol.

I might not be able to use the toolpost but the Rotary Table will be very usefull.

Thanks

Ray

Edited By Raymond Hodges on 07/06/2014 16:46:01

Alex Hapgood18/09/2014 04:48:22
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I just went to have a look at the plan for the simple dividing device from Issue 6. I encountered a message informing me that this page is for administrators only. Is this a glitch or is it really only for administrators?

Alex

JasonB18/09/2014 07:30:36
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Works OK for me whether I'm logged in or just looking as a guest.

EDIT. I see the problem, if you try to get to it from the link at the top of this page and then the actual article it is for admin. Access it from the homepage and it works OK. I'll let Neil know

J

 

Edited By JasonB on 18/09/2014 07:34:14

Neil Wyatt18/09/2014 09:51:31
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I've looked at this and can't understand what is goiong wrong. The article is showing as 'published' properly - I'll raise a bug report when I can.

Neil

Gary Wooding18/09/2014 10:00:30
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I get the same message.

Nicholas Farr18/09/2014 10:22:23
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Hi Jason, I've just just been able to view them OK by every path I could find, all open without any issue. I'm using Vista with IE9.

Regards Nick.

Neil Wyatt20/09/2014 18:26:31
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Ah! The top link includes an 'edit' command so it will only work for a moderator - that's why I couldn't find the error.

Well spotted Jason!

Neil

Raymond Sanderson 205/05/2015 08:10:05
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thanks gents

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