Model Engineers’ Workshop – January 2019
English | 76 pages | True PDF | 13.0 MB

On the Cover of Model Engineers’ Workshop magazine you will find :
This month’s cover shows Dirk du Plooy’s neat tool carousel, a timeless project that could deserve a place in any workshop.
Making a Ball-Raced Fixed Steady Chris Gill uses makes a heft steady for his Harrison M250.
Refurbishing a Trailer Stan Nesbitt takes us through sprucing up his old trailer.
Centec 2 Vertical Head Attachment It was third time lucky for Peter Worden as he tried different approaches to making this solid accessory.
A Drilling Machine Clamp A handy device that should be useful for almost every reader, described by Rod Renshaw.
Ups and Downs in the Workshop Rik Shaw, one of our forum stalwarts, tells how he designed and built a hoist to help changing heavy chucks.
Alibre Atom3D Robert Footitt‘s third tutorial in our series to help you get the most out of your free six-month licence for Alibre Atom 3D.
From Pre-loved to Re-loved with Gateros Plating Services Katrina Bhowruth reports back from an electroplating workshop.
Lathework for Beginners Neil Wyatt looks at two approaches to turning spherical balls on the lathe.
Worm Wheels for a Versatile Dividing Head Pete Barker returns to the story of his fabricated dividing head with two solutions for making the required gears.
Hands-On Shaping – A Tyro’s Tale Ian Turner finds shaping both useful and therapeutic in the workshop, he share his experiences.
A Cam Grinding Machine Alex du Pre continues his description of this useful machine, including a much-requested General Arrangement.
Plus all your regular favourites!

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