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The MEW Boring Head

The MEW Boring Head

This free plan designed by Neil Wyatt first appeared in MEW 239, March 2016. It has been 3D modelled...

Introducing the Arduino

Introducing the Arduino

This article by Chris Farnell first appeared in 'Maker World' magazine. Apologies for the radical he...

A Lathe Milling Attachment

A Lathe Milling Attachment

This horizontal milling attachment by J. Neave is designed to overcome the shortcomings of running a...

Exhibitions

The 2014 Model Engineer Exhibition

The 2014 Model Engineer Exhibition

The 2014 Model Engineer Exhibition in Sandown, Surrey is shaping up to be a great success with an ex...

A visit to the Harrogate Model Engineering Exhibition 2014

A visit to the Harrogate Model Engineering Exhibition 2014

Today I enjoyed a busy day the the Harrogate exhibition. I'd like to thank Lou and Gavin Rex for the...

Duke of Edinburgh at the Model Engineer Exhibition

In 1952 the Duke of Edinburgh visited the Model Engineer Exhibition.

Locomotives

Miniature Steam Locomotive Management

Miniature Steam Locomotive Management

Steve Addy provides a short driving course for novice enginemen

Northumbrian articles in M.E.

Northumbrian articles in M.E.

Herewith a listing of all issues containing Tony Weale's "Northumbrian - A second look at Rainhill" ... Subscribers Only

Magazine Reprints

Indexes to Model Engineers Workshop

Indexes to Model Engineers Workshop

Several different indexes are maintained for Model Engineers' Workshop by third parties. This page g...

The  Crayford Telescope Focuser

The Crayford Telescope Focuser

Many amateur astronomers and some model engineers will be familiar with the friction-drive Crayford ...

World Of Model Engineering Issue 7 - Parts 3 and 4

World Of Model Engineering Issue 7 - Parts 3 and 4

A Complete reprint of this magazine, first published in 1988

Visits

A Visit to Chesterfield MES

A Visit to Chesterfield MES

The editor went to visit a Model Engineers’ Workshop

Hunslet 0-4-0 Alice at Leighton Buzzard

Hunslet 0-4-0 Alice at Leighton Buzzard

Alice is one of the preserved quarry Hunslets that can still be found on the British Mainland.

The Editor visits the Erewash Club

The Editor visits the Erewash Club

An account of an enjoyable afternoon spent in Nottingham.

Latest Features

Indexes to Model Engineers Workshop

Several different indexes are maintained for Model Engineers' Workshop by third parties. This page g...

The MEW Boring Head

This free plan designed by Neil Wyatt first appeared in MEW 239, March 2016. It has been 3D modelled...

Introducing the Arduino

This article by Chris Farnell first appeared in 'Maker World' magazine. Apologies for the radical he...

A Lathe Milling Attachment

This horizontal milling attachment by J. Neave is designed to overcome the shortcomings of running a...

Bill Morris' Differential Micrometer

This design by Bill Morris is an excellent test of your skill in working to tight tolerances.


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