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This month’s issue features three complementary articles on the subject of rotary tables. Our cover shows Pete Worden’s ‘Concentrica’ tool being used with a dial indicator to centre a rotary table on his milling machine. A Stepper Driven Rotary Table with Hobbing Capacity Joe Noci in Nambia describes another of his immaculately presented workshop machines – this one is the result of some debate on the forum! Improvements for Your Angle Grinder Jacques Maurel offers some ideas and accessories to increase the capabilities of your angle grinder. Fitting Stops to a Rotary Table For working with accurate angles these adjustable stops from Keith Beaumont are a great accessory for a rotary table. Looking after your Myford Super 7 Eric Clark concludes his useful advice to owners of these popular machines. Concentrica No it isn’t an energy company or a rock band, it’s Pete Worden’s handy device to help with setting your rotary table concentrically with a milling machine. Model Engineers’ Workshop Data Book Larger drill size equivalents are the subject of this month’s data book pages. Lantern Chuck Following an avalanche of requests, Bernard Towers has produced drawings for his lantern chuck, recently described in MEW issue 301. The Rendle Mandrel Handle David Rendle has designed a neat solution for manually turning a Warco WM250V that can be adapted for other similar lathes. Developing an Edge Finder Roger Vane continues his detailed description of an electronic edge finder, with instructions so you can make your own. 3D CAD and 3D Printing Helps Fix a Car David Jupp uses Alibre Design and his 3D printer to create some jigs to help with cleaning his cars injectors. Beginners’ Workshop Geometer gives advice on the selection and use of files in the hobby engineering workshop. Introducing Metal Turning Lathes A beginner’s guide to the most essential of tools in the precision metalworking workshop. Plus all your regular favourites!

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